Opportunity doesn't make appointments, you have to be ready when it arrives.
My proudest moments are beating Ferrari for the World Championship in 1965, and working with Ford to win Le Mans in 1966 and 1967.
I don't think a coach becomes the right coach until he wins a championship.
I want to bring a Big 12 championship to Tech.
In 1968, I fought and won the world middleweight karate championship by defeating the world's top fighters. I then held that title until 1974, when I retired undefeated.
I went from almost not playing in the NBA to playing on a championship team.
I did six years of planning to win the championship from Jack Dempsey.
My eventual goal is to win a championship. And before I retire, I just want to win a championship. That's it.
The Championship is a ferocious league, physically demanding, and it simply does not allow players the luxury of cruising through.
I might not have a conference championship or a national championship as a head coach, but I had the recruiting factor.
I wanted to see if I could win a championship in San Antonio.
I've been very fortunate to be involved in all the Super Bowls, to see some World Series, to cover heavyweight championship fights; I've been to the Olympics and seen every sporting event there is.
Every team has problems. Championship teams have problems and whatnot.
The only thing 'championship' about Wimbledon is its prestige.
I'm not after the money or the fame. I'm after the world championship, and that's it.
No world championship has been easy for me.
That's my main goal: to win a world championship.
The world championship is what I am here for.
Billy Konchellah with his World Championship titles, Paul Ereng with his Olympic gold and Wilson Kipketer with his World records are my role models.