Archery at the 1904 Summer Olympics: Wikis

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At the 1904 Summer Olympics in Saint Louis, six archery events were contested, of which three were men's and three were women's competitions. Only American archers competed. 23 men and 6 women constituted the entire field.

As was common in early Olympic archery, the events held in 1904 had little resemblance to the previous edition's events. Team archery was introduced for the first time, as was women's archery.

Archery

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Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's double York round
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 George Bryant (USA)  Robert Williams (USA)  William Thompson (USA)
Men's double American round
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 George Bryant (USA)  Robert Williams (USA)  William Thompson (USA)
Men's team round
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 United States (USA)
William Thompson
Robert Williams
Louis Maxson
Galen Spencer
 United States (USA)
Charles Woodruff
William Clark
Charles Hubbard
Samuel Duvall
 United States (USA)
George Bryant
Wallace Bryant
Cyrus Edwin Dallin
Henry B. Richardson
Women's double National round
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 Matilda Howell (USA)  Emma Cooke (USA)  Jessie Pollock (USA)
Women's double Columbia round
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 Matilda Howell (USA)  Emma Cooke (USA)  Jessie Pollock (USA)
Women's team round
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 United States (USA)
Matilda Howell
Jessie Pollock
Laura Woodruff
Louise Taylor
 United States (USA)
Emma Cooke
Mabel Taylor
None awarded

Participating nations

United States (29)

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 6 6 5 17

References

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