Host City: St. Louis, United States
Venue(s): Francis Field, Washington University, St. Louis
Date Started: September 1, 1904
Date Finished: September 1, 1904
Format: Final only.
With world record holder and multiple AAA champion Peter O'Connor absent, Meyer Prinstein was the favorite, but he had recently been beaten by Dan Frank at the Metropolitan AAU meet. An expected battle between the two never really materialized, however, as Prinstein led throughout and stretched his lead by posting his winning mark in the final round. This gave him the long jump gold medal which he thought he deserved four years earlier in Paris.
|1||Meyer Prinstein||25||United States||USA||Gold||7.34||24-1||OR|
|2||Dan Frank||United States||USA||Silver||6.89||22-7¼|
|3||Robert Stangland||22||United States||USA||Bronze||6.88||22-7|
|4||Fred Engelhardt||25||United States||USA||6.63||21-9|
|5||Gilbert Van Cleve||23||United States||USA|
|AC||John Oxley||22||United States||USA|
|AC||Béla de Mező||20||Hungary||HUN|