Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) bronze medal for the 100 Meter Run event awarded to Eulace Peacock in 1940. The medal consists of a bronze colored pin holding a red, white, and blue ribbon attached to a bronze medal. The bronze pin is rectangular shaped with a safety pin closure on the back as well as another pin below that holds the ribbon. The front of the pin is a small relief frame with text that reads [CHAMPIONSHIP]. Below the pin is a red, white, and blue ribbon. Relief text printed on a bronze bar, attached to the ribbon below the pin, reads [19 40 / FRESNO STATE COLLAGE / FRESNO CAL.]. The ribbon is looped through the back bottom pin and held in place with thread. Attached to the bottom of the ribbon is a round, bronze colored medal held in place with a jump ring. The obverse of the medal is edged with two concentric circles. In the center of the medal is a relief depiction of a Greek goddess standing in three quarters profile with her proper right knee resting on a round shield decorated with an eight (8) ray sun motif. Her proper right hand is extended, holding a laurel wreath, and draped over her proper left forearm are two additional wreaths. Printed in relief around the central figure is the text [AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF THE UNITED STATES MDCCCLXXXVIII]. The reverse of the medal is also edged with two concentric circles. A relief depiction of a laurel wreath interlaced with sporting equipment runs around almost the full outer edge of the circle. At the top is the text [CHAM] and [PION] divided by a winged cleated shoe. Inscribed in the center of the medal is engraved text that reads [5TH PLACE / 100 METERS RUN]. There is maker's mark printed in relief on the bottom edge of the medal that reads [DIEGES & CLUST].