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Standing Triple Jump, Men

Date 3 September 1904
LocationFrancis Field, Washington University, St. Louis
Participants4 from 1 countries
FormatFinal only.

Ray Ewry won this event by over a foot, defending his title from Paris 1900. The standing triple jump was never again contested at the Olympic Games. Though now termed the standing triple jump, in this era the event was usually called the hop, step, and jump. However, the rules, and the techniques used, varied greatly at this time. Recent research by members of the Association of Track & Field Statisticians (ATFS), that this event was contested as three standing jumps in this competition rather than any continuous hop, step, or jump combination, as it was in 1900.

PosNrAthleteNOCDistanceDistance (Imp.)
1150Ray EwryUSA10.5434-7¼Gold
22Con KingUSA10.1633-4Silver
33Joseph StadlerUSA9.6031-6Bronze
488Garrett ServissUSA9.5331-3¼
DNS126Thomas PeeblesUSA
DNS104Paul WeinsteinGER
DNS9John BillerUSA
DNS8Henry FieldUSA
DNS172John FuhrerUSA
DNS138Lawson RobertsonUSA
DNS169Fred SchuleUSA