A triumph, among the Romans, to which the apostle here alludes, was a public and solemn honourconferred by them on a victorious general, by allowing him a magnificent procession through the city.
This was not granted by the senate unless the general had gained:
a very signal and decisive victory, and
conquered a province
Triumph is countable victory
It is not just the victory declared by faith
It is beyond that – a countable victory