In baseball, one can win the Triple Crown by winning the home run, RBI, and batting titles. It's a pretty rare occasion.
In horse racing, one (well, one horse) can win the Triple Crown by winning the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont Stakes. It's also very rare.
In ballooning... (We're willing to bet that BALLOONING was not where you thought this was heading. Come on, if ballroom dancing can be a sport, surely we can count ballooning? It was even in the Olympics in 1900!)
Anyway, in ballooning, one can win the Triple Crown by winning... (Oh, these names are not gonna mean anything, right?) three very, very important races. Only one person (and no horse) in history has done so: David Levin, Jew, making him the greatest balloonist (ballooner?) ever!
If anyone wants to challenge that, you clearly know more about ballooning than we do...