This is a list of Memorabilia of Carl Lewis.

Click on the thumbnail pictures to see a larger image.

 

CL1

Silver1984 

 

This silver medal was awarded at the International Indoor Track and Field Event in Osaka, Japan January 16, 1984  
CL2

Gold Medal

Gold Medal awarded at the International Indoor Track and Field Event in Osaka, Japan January 16, 1984  
CL3

Silver medal

front side - Jesse Owens Berlin 1936

Back side - Arco Jesse Owens Games - 1981

 

 
CL4 Bronze medal - Seoul, Korea - 1988  
CL5

Silver Medal by Tiffany & Co.

Front: National Black Leadership - Youth Award

Back: Presented by - Avon Products, Inc. -
Carl Lewis - 1983

 
CL6

Silver award - Tokyo - 1991

Back: 3rd IAAF World Championship In Athletics

 
CL7

Lucite Award - 8" x 5".

Southwest Key Progam

Recognizing Carl Lewis for  helping kids.

April 4, 1996

 
CL8

1996 Team Frisbee

1980 MATTEL INC

1996 TEAM USA OLYMPIC FRISBEE

T504A ~ 165G

OFFICIAL USOC LICENSED PRODUCT

Appears to be new.

 

 
CL9

This portfolio has the United States Postal Service logo on the front.

In gold letters are:

Olympians

Commerative

U.S. Postage Stamp

July 6, 1990

Carl Lewis

The inside of the portfolio has a sheet of stamps honoring:

Jesse Owens - 1936

Ray Ewry - 1908

Hazel Wightman - 1924

Eddie Eagan - 1932

Helene Madison - 1932

 
CL10

This sports bag has a patch labeled 'Levi Strauss & Co - Olympics 1984.  It was found in the same storage facility with all the Carl Lewis medals and other memorabilia, so it is assumed to have been Carl's.  
CL11

Trophy -

1978--79

Outstanding Jumper

CARL LEWIS

S.J. Track Coaches Assn.

12.5" high  base is 5.5" x 5.5"

 
CL12

Trophy -

Most Courageous athlete

1978

6th Annual Woodbury Relays

"Howie" Staeger Founders Award

Presented by

Woodbury Board of Education

13" high, base 6.5 x6.5"

 
CL13

Stained glass trophy

CARL LEWIS

1996

Olympic Gold Medals

World ChampionshipMedals

World Records Holder

American Records Holder

11"W x 6"H x 4.5"D

 

 
CL14

Drawstring bag 10 x 16"

RUNBIRD

Izuno - The world of sports

 
CL15

This is a commemorative 'Key to the City' which appears to be Russian.

The small circle in the middle depicts the hammer and sickle.

Other circles depict runners with the Olympic flame.

All lettering is Russian Cyrillic.

Object appears to be made of non-metalic material

 
CL16

Carl Lewis Record

 

Carl Lewis early recording on Flattop Records

This is a BRAND NEW 45 RPM record that has never been played.

Side A has his song 'Love Will Do' .

Side B has 'Love Traingle'.

It is in a white sleeve with no advertisement.