It stands as a testament to the quality of our preparation. The many battles we fought, the challenges we faced, the discipline we maintained all rolled into one and recognised in a single moment.
That in itself makes triumph worth achieving. But what if there is something more? What if triumph as victory is only half the story? What if winning is the gateway to triumph, but the triumph is a proclamation of the effects of the victory instead?
It’s more than just being the best on the day. It’s about what it unlocks and what it represents. Triumph is a declaration of hope. It has the power to give a voice to those forced into silence. It can invigorate a cause and unite a people.
It’s so much more than just winning.
It’s the story of what victory sets in motion.