Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Allen West partnered [Joseph Wear] in the 1904 men’s doubles and together they made it to the semi-finals before losing. This was West’s most notable achievement in tennis. West was much better known as a golfer and in 1922 he won the prestigious Broadmoor Invitational in Colorado. Like many of the other tennis players in 1904, West’s career was as a stock broker in St. Louis.
|1904 Summer||31||St. Louis||Tennis||Men's Doubles||United States-3||USA||3T||Bronze|
|1904 Summer||31||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-3||USA||Joseph Wear||Semi-Finals||Match #2||2||USA-2 2, USA-3 1||1|
|1904 Summer||31||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-3||USA||Joseph Wear||Quarter-Finals||Match #4||1||USA-3 2, USA-8 1||2|
|1904 Summer||31||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-3||USA||Joseph Wear||Round One||Match #8||1||USA-3 2, USA-14 0||2|