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Golden Bear

The Golden Bear is the highest prize awarded for the best film at the Berlin International Film Festival. The bear is the heraldic animal of Berlin, featured on both the coat of arms and flag of Berlin; the winners of the first Berlin International Film Festival in 1951 were determined by a West German panel, there were five winners of the Golden Bear, divided by categories and genres. Between 1952 and 1955, the winners of the Golden Bear were determined by the audience members. In 1956, the FIAPF formally accredited the festival, since the Golden Bear has been awarded by an international jury. Ang Lee The Honorary Golden Bear is the Berlin International Film Festival's honorary award for lifetime achievement by important figures in the world of film. Silver Bear and other awards at the Berlin International Film Festival Palme d'Or, the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival Golden Lion, the highest prize awarded at the Venice Film Festival Golden Leopard, the highest prize awarded at the Locarno Festival Berlinale website IMDb

A. Wynn Howell

A. Wynn Howell was an architect with his own firm, A. Wynn Howell, in Lakeland, Florida from 1952 to 1965, he became an architect via private study and a seven-year apprenticeship to three successive established architects in the central Florida area after World War II. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects from 1954 to 1967 and in 1973, he was vice-president of its Central Florida chapter during 1958–59 and president during 1960–61. He was director of the entire Florida Association of Architects during 1962–63, his self-selected notable buildings, all in central Florida, were Rochelle Junior and Senior High School, Lakeland. The last building listed, University Lutheran Church, has been selected by Envision Heritage of the University of Florida for digital preservation. In 1953, he proposed a design for the Citrus Tower in Clermont with two observation floors supported by a giant cylinder that visitors could walk up using an external spiral stairway – it was rejected. Howell was born in Alabama.

He retired and moved to Menlo Park, California in 1966. He died in Kershaw, South Carolina and is buried in Quaker Cemetery, South Carolina

Rondel Sorrillo

Rondel Sorrillo is a Trinidad and Tobago sprinter, who specializes in the 200 meters. He was the first University of Kentucky athlete to win the men's 200 m title at the NCAA championships, winning it in 2010. Sorrillo competed in the 200 meters event at the 2008 Olympic Games, but without reaching the final round, he ran a personal best for the 100 m at the 2012 national championships, placing third with a time of 10.03 seconds. He represented Tobago in both the 100 and 200 metres at the 2012 Summer Olympics, he was part of the Trinidad and Tobago 4 × 100 m team that won the bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. His personal best time for the 200 metres is 20.16 seconds. He has a 9.99 second personal best in the 100 meters, achieved in 2016 while finishing second in the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Trials. At 30 years, 152 days, he became the third oldest person to achieve a sub-10 second time for the first time. 1Disqualified in the final Rondel Sorrillo at World Athletics Official bio at Kentucky