Archive → February, 2012
Using the word, “champion,” might bring to mind a sports figure running for the winning touchdown, slugging the extra inning home run or firing in the 30 foot jumper at the buzzer. Some people might picture an individual or team hoisting a trophy, presenting a sign of victory or sharing a significant symbol of the sport to signify triumph on their chosen “field of battle.”
However a person designates their picture of success, the common thread always seems to be the level of play of those participating. In other words, the champion usually stands as the best in their field, or at least on a given day! This comparison may transcend to any other field of study, hobby, body of knowledge or personal or group undertaking that may strike the fancy of people anywhere in the world.