lap of honour

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a lap by the winning person or team run to celebrate the victory


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This last season, which followed three more Olympic golds in Rio last year, was one long lap of honour.
However, after sliding into the Championship, a lap of honour is out of the question - and Moyes said when he was appointed even survival should not be treated as a cause for celebration by a club with Sunderland's history.
5 The incredible team spirit was on show again: The lap of honour showed just how gelled this group of players is.
The Greek striker carried Jay around Paradise for Celtic's lap of honour after winning the SPL in May 2014.
Tour director Mick Bennett said: "The Wiggins team, who are preparing for Rio, have verbally committed to me, and hopefully that can be a lap of honour for them with gold medals around their necks.
ey all do a lap of honour together at Ben eventually nished sixth, David Guest seventh and Curtis Mathews 10th.
A lap of honour is a step too far unless you've actually won something.
But I could run a lap of honour with a Welsh flag and a Union Jack in my hand - I made a clear statement that I was Welsh and British.
Ledger the trouble of having to walk the lap of honour WE EACH HAVE OUR POINT St Brigid's Barry Cahill scores as his displeased Summerhill victims remonstrate with each other IS IT SHADES OF 1988.
But to do it and to get a lap of honour at the end and see the reception from the fans, that was very special.
Tuesday's 2-0 win against Dundee United - as Rangers moved four points clear with one game to go at Kilmarnock this weekend - was followed by an emotional lap of honour around the stadium with his players.
We will cross that bridge when we come to it," said the Blues boss, who addressed the crowd on the pitch afterwards following a lap of honour to praise players, support and new owners.
Also doing a lap of honour were local NE Light Dragoons, part of the UK armoured forces, who were also returning from Afghanistan.
Capped 83 times by his country, McGrath did a lap of honour at the final whistle after playing for the final 10 minutes.
Also present on the night to take part in a lap of honour will be former Huddersfield forward David Fa'alogo and Super League-bound players Frank Pritchard (Hull), Kurt Gidley (Warrington), Keith Galloway (Leeds) and Sam Rapira (Hudders-field).