A world championship(s) is the top achievement for any sport or contest. The title is usually awarded by contests, ranking systems, stature, ability, etc. This determines the best nation, team, individual (or other entity) in the world in a particular field. Certain sports do not have a world championship, instead they may organise a World cup competition, or they may organize both. Often, the use of the term cup or championship in this sense is just a choice of words. Some sports have multiple champions because of multiple organizations such as mixed martial arts, boxing and wrestling.
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... Crantz was the dominating skier of the 1930s winning twelve world championship titles between 1934 and 1939 ... After the break-out of World War I, Cranz and her family fled from Belgium to Traifelberg near Reutlingen ... In 1934 she won all titles at the German Championship ...
... With the NWA Midwest/IWA Mid-South Championship out of her reach, MsChif turned to the NWA World Women's Championship, successfully wrestling Christie Ricci to win her first world title on January 27, 2007 ... her nemesis Mickie Knuckles had lost the NWA Midwest Championship to Josie in the first week of the year, a belt which MsChif still desired ... MsChif became the first woman to hold both the NWA Midwest and World Championship ...
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