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The trophy is a ceramic replica of an ancient Greek amphora ( circa 510 BCE) which depicts nude male Hellenistic athletes engaged in a variety of athletic activities—running, discus, and javelin. It measures 8" in diameter and stands " high ( x 47 cm). The original amphorae was acquired by Sports Illustrated magazine in 1954 and was donated to the "Sports" collection of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in 1979. [3] Winners of the award are now presented with a copy of the amphora made in silver by Tiffany & Co. [4]

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