New York Athletic Club Olympic Contender Crew 1936
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Ray Ewry of the New York Athletic Club competing in the standing broad jump at the 1904 Olympics. Ewry won the event.
Turnverein team portrait at the Turner Games.
The 1904 Olympic Games were held in St. They were the third Olympics of the modern era, and the first Olympics held in the United States. Track and field events were held at Washington University's gymnasium and track.
The 1904 Olympic games were held on the Washington University campus in St. Men and women’s boxing was first introduced and only the United States competed in the sport with …
George Poage George Coleman Poage (November was the first African-American athlete to win a medal in the Olympic Games, winning two bronze medals at the 1904 games in St.
Throwback to the World's Fair, St Louis 1904
At the St Louis Games in the various competitions were spread out over four-and-a-half months and became lost in the World's Fair celebrating the purch.