1971 Country Music Association (CMA) award for Male Vocalist of the Year, awarded to Charley Pride. The base of the award is white plastic with a gold metal plaque. Etched lettering on the plaque says "CHARLEY PRIDE / MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR / 1971." The top portion of the award is a wooden cone with a carved-out section on the front at the bottom. There is a gold metal music note in the carved-out section. Lettering on the flag of the music note reads "COUNTRY / MUSIC / ASSOCIATION." The note head features a raised design of a world map with lettering across the center that reads "BEST LIKED WORLD WIDE."
A trophy awarded to Carl Lewis featuring a male figure on top of a wooden base. The figure is gold toned and in a running pose and sits on a wooden cube with an inscribed plaque attached to its front. The black plaque is etched with gold type. It is not fixed to the base and sits in its slot quite loosely. The base is hollow.