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Coxed Eights, Men

Date30 July 1904 — 17:30
StatusOlympic
LocationCreve Coeur Lake, Maryland Heights
Participants18 from 2 countries
FormatFinal only

This was the only 1904 rowing event with competitors from outside the United States as Vesper Boat Club of Philadelphia was matched against the Toronto Argonauts of Canada. Vesper was the defending gold medalist, having won the title at Paris in 1900. Vesper won again with a three-length margin over the Argonauts. Two members of the Vesper crew, stroke John Exley and coxswain Lou Abell, had been with the crew at the 1900 Olympics.

PosLaneBoatNOCTime
1Vesper Boat ClubUSA7:50.0Gold
John Exley, Jr.Mike GleasonFrank SchellJim FlaniganCharles ArmstrongHunter LottJoe DempseyFred CresserLou Abell
2Toronto ArgonautsCANat 3 lengthsSilver
Pat ReiffensteinWilliam WadsworthColonel RicePhil BoydGeorge StrangeDon MacKenzieAlan BaileyJoe Wright, Sr.Thomas Loudon