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St. Louis 1904 Olympics Medals Tables

Officially known as the Games of the III Olympiad, the 1904 Summer Olympics were celebrated in St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States from 29 August to 3 September, 1904. The multi-sport event was part of an extended sports program that took place from 1 July to 23 November, 1904 at Francis Field. This was the very first time that the Olympic Games were held outside of Europe.

A look at the St. Louis 1904 Olympics Medals table makes us familiar with the highest medal winning nation. Well, the United States of American won the most medals with 77 gold, 81 silver and 78 bronze. Germany and Cuba became the second-most and third-most medal winning nations in the Games. Out of 12 participating nations, nine earned medals and two additional medals were won by mixed teams that were created by the IOC to allow athletes from multiple nations to compete together. All the athletes who took part in mixed teams were successful in winning medals in two sports viz: fencing and athletics. It was during the 1904 St. Louis Olympics that gold medals were awarded to the event winners. Previously, a silver medal was awarded to the team declared as the first-place finisher and a bronze medal to the one which finishes in the second place.

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Last Updated : July 25, 2016

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