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Achievement Collection

Achievement is the culmination of dedication, perseverance, and passion, and is the triumph of human spirit that propels individuals to conquer unimaginable heights

Background imageAchievement Collection: 1966 FA Cup final at Wembley stadium. Everton 3 v Sheffield Wednesday 2

1966 FA Cup final at Wembley stadium. Everton 3 v Sheffield Wednesday 2. Everton two goal hero Mike Trebilcock celebrates with teammates on the pitch after their victory. 14th May 1966

Background imageAchievement Collection: Hillary and Tensing Bhutia conquering Everest

Hillary and Tensing Bhutia conquering Everest
Front cover of The Illustrated London News showing Sir Edmund Hillary together with Sherpa Tensing Bhutia reaching the summit of Mount Everest on May 29 1953

Background imageAchievement Collection: Statue by Tom Murphy of singer songwriter Billy Fury, near Albert Dock

Statue by Tom Murphy of singer songwriter Billy Fury, near Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAchievement Collection: FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Manchester United 1 v Liverpool 0

FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Manchester United 1 v Liverpool 0. Eric Cantona scores the winning goal for Manchester United. 11th May 1996

Background imageAchievement Collection: West Ham United captain Bobby Moore holds the European Cup Winners Cup trophy

West Ham United captain Bobby Moore holds the European Cup Winners Cup trophy August 1965

Background imageAchievement Collection: Heart of Midlothian footballers celebrate with the Scottish Cup trophy after defeating

Heart of Midlothian footballers celebrate with the Scottish Cup trophy after defeating Rangers in the final at Celtic Park. 16th May 1998

Background imageAchievement Collection: The successful 1985 Everton team pose for a group phototgraph with their manager Howard

The successful 1985 Everton team pose for a group phototgraph with their manager Howard Kendall on the pitch at Goodison Park with their trophies including the Charity Shield

Background imageAchievement Collection: Roger Bannister - First sub-4 minute mile - Iffley Road

Roger Bannister - First sub-4 minute mile - Iffley Road
Roger Bannister of Great Britain (1929-2018), with a time of 3 mins 59.4 seconds, becomes the first person to run a mile in under 4 minutes, at the Iffley Road Sports Ground, England on 6th may 1954

Background imageAchievement Collection: League Cup Final match at Wembley Swindon Town 3 v Arsenal 1 Swindon

League Cup Final match at Wembley Swindon Town 3 v Arsenal 1 Swindon celebrate after being presented with the trophy March 1969

Background imageAchievement Collection: The Angel Standing in the Sun, 1846. Artist: JMW Turner

The Angel Standing in the Sun, 1846. Artist: JMW Turner
The Angel Standing in the Sun, 1846. The Archangel Michael with flaming sword on Judgement Day. From Tate Britain, London

Background imageAchievement Collection: Fawley Oil Refinery

Fawley Oil Refinery
circa 1952: Fawley Oil Refinery, Southampton, is owned by the Esso Petroleum Company. It is the largest oil refinery in Europe. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Background imageAchievement Collection: Statue of John Lennon close to the original Cavern Club, Matthew Street

Statue of John Lennon close to the original Cavern Club, Matthew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAchievement Collection: Liverpool manager Bill Shankly celebrates as his side become League champions following

Liverpool manager Bill Shankly celebrates as his side become League champions following their goalless draw with Leicester City at Anfield. 28th April 1973

Background imageAchievement Collection: Marie Curie - Nobel Prize-winning Polish Scientist

Marie Curie - Nobel Prize-winning Polish Scientist
Marie Curie (1867-1934) - Polish Scientist, twice the recipient of the Nobel Prize for her pioneering research on radioactivity, the first woman Nobel winner. Date: 1911

Background imageAchievement Collection: Partick Thistle 4-1 Celtic, 1971 Scottish League Cup Final Winners, 23rd October 1971

Partick Thistle 4-1 Celtic, 1971 Scottish League Cup Final Winners, 23rd October 1971. Our Picture Shows... The Partick Thistle team celebrate with the trophy on the bus following their shock victory

Background imageAchievement Collection: WILMA RUDOLPH (1940-1994). American track and field athlete. Crossing the finish line to win

WILMA RUDOLPH (1940-1994). American track and field athlete. Crossing the finish line to win the 400-meter relay for the United States at the Summer Olympic Games in Rome, Italy, 8 September 1960

Background imageAchievement Collection: Inns of Court 17th century copperplate armorials

Inns of Court 17th century copperplate armorials
This image is from a copperplate engraving, and shows part of a roll of arms from Richard Blome s

Background imageAchievement Collection: A climber on the classic extreme route Raven Wall on the cliffs at Bosigran, near St

A climber on the classic extreme route Raven Wall on the cliffs at Bosigran, near St. Just, West Penwith, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAchievement Collection: Elephant painting with his trunk

Elephant painting with his trunk, Mae Sa Elephant Camp, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Asia

Background imageAchievement Collection: Moscow Olympic Games British athlete Sebastian Coe celebrates as he crosses

Moscow Olympic Games British athlete Sebastian Coe celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the 1500 metres middle distance race and claim the gold medal ahead of fellow Brit Steve Ovett (left)

Background imageAchievement Collection: Looking west towards Cape Cornwall and Lands End from Bosigran Cliff, West Penwith

Looking west towards Cape Cornwall and Lands End from Bosigran Cliff, West Penwith, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAchievement Collection: Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris), Formby, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris), Formby, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAchievement Collection: Rock climber attempts bouldering, and volcano in background, Conguillio National Park

Rock climber attempts bouldering, and volcano in background, Conguillio National Park, Chile, South America

Background imageAchievement Collection: Glasgow Rangers manager Scot Symon greets Spurs Manager Bill Nicholson at his teams hotel

Glasgow Rangers manager Scot Symon greets Spurs Manager Bill Nicholson at his teams hotel October 1962. Rangers play Spurs in the first leg of the European Cup Winners Cup Spurs won the match

Background imageAchievement Collection: Dundee Scottish League champions, 1961 / 62, Photocall with trophy, May 1962

Dundee Scottish League champions, 1961 / 62, Photocall with trophy, May 1962
Dundee Scottish League champions, 1961/62, Photocall with trophy, May 1962. 1961-62 was a golden season for Dundee Football Club when they became Champions of Scotland by winning the Scottish League

Background imageAchievement Collection: Rugby League Cup Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium

Rugby League Cup Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Hull Kingston Rovers 10 v Hull 5. Clive Sullivan proudly holds aloft the trophy after the match. 3rd May 1980

Background imageAchievement Collection: Heart of Midlothian footballers are cheered by fans as they celebrate with the Scottish

Heart of Midlothian footballers are cheered by fans as they celebrate with the Scottish Cup trophy on an open top bus parade through the streets of Edinburgh

Background imageAchievement Collection: Heart of Midlothian footballers are cheered by fans as they celebrate with the Scottish

Heart of Midlothian footballers are cheered by fans as they celebrate with the Scottish Cup trophy on an open top bus parade through the streets of Edinburgh

Background imageAchievement Collection: Jockey Phil Tuck on racehorse Burrough Hill Lad, being led into the winners enclosure

Jockey Phil Tuck on racehorse Burrough Hill Lad, being led into the winners enclosure after winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup. March 1984

Background imageAchievement Collection: Gertrude Ederle, American swimmer, 1926

Gertrude Ederle, American swimmer, 1926. On 6 August 1926 Ederle (1905-2003) became the first woman to swim across the English Channel, which she achieved in a time of 14 hours and 30 minutes

Background imageAchievement Collection: Liverpool manager Bill Shankly celebrates their League Championshipwin with his players

Liverpool manager Bill Shankly celebrates their League Championshipwin with his players, as his side become champions following their goalless draw with Leicester City at Anfield

Background imageAchievement Collection: Crowds cheer jockey Simon Sherwood after he won the Gold Cup at Cheltenham on famous

Crowds cheer jockey Simon Sherwood after he won the Gold Cup at Cheltenham on famous racehorse Desert Orchid. 16th March 1989

Background imageAchievement Collection: Fetch! Weimaraner carrying long log through woods

Fetch! Weimaraner carrying long log through woods

Background imageAchievement Collection: To the quiet French peasants pursuing their work in the field Mr Wilbur Wright appeared

To the quiet French peasants pursuing their work in the field Mr Wilbur Wright appeared almost as a wizard, when first the famous American aeroplanes began his flights near Pau they quickly ceased

Background imageAchievement Collection: Liverpool players salute their fans in the Anfield Road stand on a lap of honour after

Liverpool players salute their fans in the Anfield Road stand on a lap of honour after beating Arsenal 5-0 to win the first Division Championship in 1964

Background imageAchievement Collection: 1985 Mens Singles Final at Wimbledon Tennis Championships

1985 Mens Singles Final at Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Unseeded seventeen year old Boris Becker of West Germany holds aloft the trophy following his victory over Kevin Curren in the final

Background imageAchievement Collection: Zenith Data Systems Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Crystal Palace 4 v Everton after

Zenith Data Systems Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Crystal Palace 4 v Everton after extra time. Palace striker Ian Wright who scored two goals in extra time, holds aloft the trophy after the match

Background imageAchievement Collection: Crystal Palace fans celebrate their promotion to the First Division for the first time

Crystal Palace fans celebrate their promotion to the First Division for the first time following their match against Fulham st Selhurst Park. 19th April 1969

Background imageAchievement Collection: Liverpool manager Bob Paisley withthe European Cup trophy sitting on a train following

Liverpool manager Bob Paisley withthe European Cup trophy sitting on a train following his sides successful defence of the trophy by defeating Club Brugge in the final at Wembley. May 1978

Background imageAchievement Collection: West Ham footballer Alan Taylor with girlfriend as he celebrates his teams FA Cup victory

West Ham footballer Alan Taylor with girlfriend as he celebrates his teams FA Cup victory over Fulham. May 1975

Background imageAchievement Collection: British bantamweight champion boxer Alan Rudkin celebrates by kissing his belt following

British bantamweight champion boxer Alan Rudkin celebrates by kissing his belt following his victory over Evan Armstrong at Belle Vue, Manchester. June 1969

Background imageAchievement Collection: Copperplate 17th century arms for Inns of Court

Copperplate 17th century arms for Inns of Court
This image is from a copperplate engraving, and shows part of a roll of arms from Richard Blomes Britannia, an atlas published in 1673

Background imageAchievement Collection: Bluebird

Bluebird
January 1929: The Napier Arrol Aster Car Bluebird used to break the land-speed record by Sir Malcolm Campbell. (Photo by Edward G. Malindine/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageAchievement Collection: Astronaut Jim Irwin saluting the American flag by the lunar rover

Astronaut Jim Irwin saluting the American flag by the lunar rover and the lunar module Falcon at the Hadley-Apennine
APOLLO 15: JIM IRWIN, 1971. Astronaut Jim Irwin saluting the American flag by the lunar rover and the lunar module Falcon at the Hadley-Apennine landing site, during the Apollo 15 mission

Background imageAchievement Collection: Nepal, Solo-Khumbu, Dzonglha

Nepal, Solo-Khumbu, Dzonglha. Ama Dablam (north face) bathed in evening light, seen from Dzonglha. Ama Dablam is one of the most, distinctive mountains lining the Khumba valley

Background imageAchievement Collection: Vietnamese man entering tunnel

Vietnamese man entering tunnel, Chu Chi tunnels, Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia

Background imageAchievement Collection: Manchester United footballers George Best and Alex Stepney admire the European Cup trophy

Manchester United footballers George Best and Alex Stepney admire the European Cup trophy at Old Trafford before the 1968 - 1969 team photograph. July 1968

Background imageAchievement Collection: Premiership match at Ol dTrafford. Manchester United 2 v West Ham United 0

Premiership match at Ol dTrafford. Manchester United 2 v West Ham United 0. Uniteds David Beckham holds aloft Premier League trophy after the presentation. 11th May 1997



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Achievement is the culmination of dedication, perseverance, and passion, and is the triumph of human spirit that propels individuals to conquer unimaginable heights. From Hillary and Tensing Bhutia's awe-inspiring conquest of Everest to their indomitable willpower, achievement knows no bounds. Just like the statue by Tom Murphy honoring singer songwriter Billy Fury near Albert Dock stands tall as a testament to his musical legacy. In the realm of sports, achievement takes center stage at iconic events like the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium where Manchester United's resolute victory over Liverpool left an indelible mark in history. Similarly, Fawley Oil Refinery symbolizes human innovation and progress achieved through relentless efforts. Artistic achievements also captivate our hearts; JMW Turner's masterpiece "The Angel Standing in the Sun" showcases his unparalleled talent and creativity. Meanwhile, West Ham United captain Bobby Moore proudly holding the European Cup Winners Cup trophy exemplifies how teamwork can lead to remarkable accomplishments. Bill Shankly's jubilation as Liverpool becomes League champions epitomizes years of hard work paying off on a grand scale. Likewise, Roger Bannister breaking barriers with his first sub-4 minute mile reminds us that limits are meant to be shattered. Science has its own trailblazers too; Marie Curie's Nobel Prize-winning contributions highlight her brilliance and groundbreaking discoveries. John Lennon's statue close to Cavern Club immortalizes his artistic genius that continues to inspire generations. Even on global stages like Moscow Olympic Games or Summer Olympic Games in Rome, athletes such as Sebastian Coe and Wilma Rudolph demonstrate unwavering determination leading them towards glory. These moments remind us that achievement transcends boundaries - it unites humanity under one common thread: striving for greatness against all odds. Whether scaling mountains or pushing scientific boundaries, these extraordinary individuals prove that with belief in oneself and unwavering commitment, anything is possible – making achievement the pinnacle of human existence.