An IAAF bronze medal with attached ribbon. The medal has words and images appearing in relief on both the obverse and reverse. The obverse features a central image of the Earth with a three partitioned track radiating around it and outward. Above the globe are the words [4. IAAF / LEICHTATHLETIK- / WELTMEISTERSCHAFTEN] while below are the words [STUTTGART / 13.-22. AUG. 1993]. The reverse of the medal features a large coliseum in front of several buildings (all notable landmarks in Stuttgart - see NOTES). There is a raised triangular space below the coliseum into which is engraved [CARL LEWIS / 200 m / 19.99]. A yellow, red, and black ribbon is attached by chain link to the top of the medal.
A round bronze medal commemorating participation in the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics. The front of the medal features five men standing in a line and stepping up on to a ledge. Written vertically on the left side of the medal's front is: [XI / O / L / Y / M / P / I / A / D / E]. Written vertically on the right side of the medal's front is: [B / E / R / L / I / N]. Written at the bottom of the medal is: . The back of the medal features a bell with an eagle holding the Olympic rings at center. On the edge of the bell there is type. Type on the bottom right of the medal's back reads: [OTTOPLACZEK].