A framed collection of four Olympic Games gold medalist pins awarded to Carl Lewis. The frame is painted gold and black and has a red fabric lining on the interior. There are four square insets running along the middle center of the frame into which the pins are set. Each pin is from a different Olympic Summer Games, the years 1984, 1988, 1992, and 1996 are represented. The pins are gold and show the Olympic rings with a banner displaying the year underneath. Each pin is attached to its original square piece of cardstock, which is printed with information including the olympiad number, year, medal grade, venue, and serial number.
Eight (8) small plaques issued by the IAAF recognizing each World Record Carl Lewis set in regulated international competition. Each plaque describes the event, venue, year, record, and individuals associated with the record. Plaques are set against a black background and are housed in a gold painted wood frame. The ninth plaque, situated in the bottom center of the arrangement, reads, [CARL LEWIS/WORLD RECORDS].
A pair of track shoes worn by Jackie Joyner-Kersee. The shoes are white with three vertical, orange stripes on the outside of each shoe. At the center of the tongue of the shoe is an orange box with the Adidas logo in black at center. The heel of the shoe is blue and also has the Adidas logo in white. The laces of the shoes are white. The shoes have plastic treads with six metal spikes screwed into the bottom. The left shoe is inscribed at on top by the toe of the shoe with "Olympic Trials" in black marker. Both shoes are signed "Jackie J. Kersee" on the right side of the heel in black marker.