The term Triple Crown is often used to describe the act of winning or completing the three most important or difficult or prestigious events, tournaments, or prizes in a given field. Originating in England in the mid-19th century in the sport of horse racing, it has spread to other competitive endeavors.
- English Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing
- Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing (United States)
- Canadian Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing
- Triple Crown of Harness Racing for Pacers
- Triple Crown of Harness Racing for Trotters
- Triple Crown of Hurdling
- Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship (Japan)
- Triple Crown (professional wrestling) (mainly United States)
- Triple Crown Tour (Ultimate)
- Triple Crown of Athletics: an athlete who won gold at both the Olympic Games, the World Championships and broken the world record.
- Triple Crown (Poker)
- Major League Baseball Triple Crown
- Triple Crown of Alpine Skiing
- Triple Crown of high school baseball in Japan, consisting of the spring invitational tournament, summer national championships and autumn national sports festival.
- Triple Crown (basketball)
- Triple Crown of Boxing
- Triple Crown of Bridge
- Triple Crown of Cycling
- Triple Crown of Brazilian Football
- Triple Crown of NCAA Track and Field: An NCAA track and field team for either gender winning a national championship for Cross Country, Indoor, and Outdoor in a single academic year.
- Triple Crown (Nordic Skiing)
- Triple Crown (rugby union)
- Triple Crown of Snooker
- Triple Crown of Surfing
- Triple Crown (swimming)
- Triple Crown Tournament (cricket)
- Triple Crown of Hiking
- Triple Crown of United States Conformation Dog Shows: the Westminster Dog Show, National Dog Show and AKC/Eukanuba National Championship
- Triple Crown of Professional Paintball, a professional paintball team winning all 3 big series: the Millennium Series, Paintball Sports Promotions (PSP), and the National Professional Paintball League (NPPL)
- Triple Crown of international film festivals: Cannes, Venice, and Berlin
- Triple Crown of Science Fiction: Nebula Award, Hugo Award, and Philip K. Dick Award. The only recipient for a single work is William Gibson for Neuromancer.
- Papal Tiara, the three-tiered crown that was used by popes for centuries
- Coat of arms of the Drapers' Company, 1439 emblem with three triple crowns
- Triple Crown of Acting, for winners of an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, and a Tony Award in acting categories
- Triple accreditation, in business schools
- Triple Crown Records, a record label
- Triple Crown of Long-Distance Hiking, a reference to the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, and the Continental Divide Trail.
- Triple Crown, a rule in K-Pop weekly music charts where a song can only ever win three no. 1 before dropping out of the charts completely, it applies to Inkigayo, Show Champion (since 2015), The Show and M Countdown.
- Treble (association football)
- Triple Gold Club
- Three Crowns
- Grand Slam (tennis)
- Grand Slam (golf)
- Grand Tour (cycling)
- Winston Million
- Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente, Volume 6, Part 2004. Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema, GobBsAs, Secretaría de Cultura, Subsecretaría de Gestión e Industrias Culturales. p. 99.
... Berlin, Cannes and Venice, the triple crown of international festivals.
- McCaffery, Larry. "An Interview with William Gibson". Retrieved 2007-11-05., reprinted in McCaffery 1991, pp. 263–285
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