Napoleon beat Russia? That's certainly news to me and my esteemed history instructors.
Coalitions of his enemies only fought him to draws? I hardly think he would have been forced into exile if the Battle of Waterloo had merely been a draw.
The great General Washington tops my list because against all odds he won when it counted. Nobody ever called the assemblage of men that Washington commanded a "Grande Armee." It much more resembled rabble than an Army. Would you really call that pitiful group of men at Valley Forge in 1776/77 an Army?
Nor did Washington have anything resembling a Navy either. Something he shared with Napoleon as The Little Corporal didn't have much either when it came to military engagements on water.