zenith of (one's) career

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zenith of (one's) career

The highest point of one's career. Now that I got a big promotion, I'm at the zenith of my career—it can't get any better than this!
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Summary: New Delhi [India], November 2 (ANI): Indian ace shuttler Srikanth Kidmabi has risen to the zenith of his career as he established himself as world number 2 in the latest BWF men's singles ratings.
And one of those dark moments nd one of those dark moments was City's worst ever defeat, at Sutton United, just two years after Phillips had reached the zenith of his career at Wembley.
From making an inexperienced bowling unit believe they could deliver, to shedding the aACAyMr Tuck Tuck' tag scoring the fastest Test hundred -- equalling the mark held by former West Indian great Viv Richards -- Misbah has scaled the zenith of his career which most can only dream of.
But having had time to reflect on his achievement in Baku, as well as the path which has led him to a spot in next summer's Games, Stalker is able to look back with pride but is refusing to let this be the zenith of his career in the headguard and vest.
I made it with Jack Gold, then at the zenith of his career.
FORMER BRMB and Smooth DJ Mike Hollis was at Radio Luxembourg when Michael Jackson was at the zenith of his career.
NOW aged 36, Jason Statham is at the zenith of his career.
It is said that one evening, after having heard from a young Edward Astley that politicians should retire before they are 60, a 60-year-old Churchill, who was yet to become Prime Minister, predicted in response that the zenith of his career was yet to come.
Although Hotter made his operatic debut as the Speaker in Mozart's Die Zauberflote in Czechoslovakia in 1930, he reached the zenith of his career in the two decades following the World War II--particularly at the Bayreuth Festival, where he sang for 12 seasons starting in 1952.
Or were they, rather, banking that this announcement would represent the zenith of his career and that all momentum from this point forward would carry him back down to sea level, where the air is heavy and traffic jams on the 405 would cause his neck to tighten and get stiff as he drove from audition to audition without ever getting another call back?
April 1895 brought Wilde from the zenith of his career (with triumphant premieres of both An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest in January and February) to utter and complete ruin following the collapse of his lawsuit against the Marquess of Queensberry (who had accused him of being a sodomite).
At the zenith of his career, Stewart Goldman has created the "Neo Jazz" paintings, 1997-2001, as refreshing as a summer in the south of France.
But just at the zenith of his career, Cannon was brought down by a series of revelations, some of which were engineered by Senator Glass.
He ended up as the chapel master of the Cathedral in Mexico City, and his Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe, 1764 represents the zenith of his career.
At the zenith of his career in 1975, Rose was named the World Series Most Valuable Player, Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year and The Sporting News Man of the Year.