Host City: St. Louis, United States
Venue(s): Francis Field, Washington University, St. Louis
Date Started: October 28, 1904
Date Finished: October 28, 1904
Format: The total score was based on the competitors' scores on the parallel bars, horizontal bar, side horse, and long horse. Overall maximum was 180 points.
Full results are not known. There were apparently 38 entries and 10 gymnasts who actually competed. The event doubled as the AAU National Championship for 1904. The total score was based on the competitors' scores on the parallel bars, horizontal bar, side horse, and long horse, with a 45-point maximum on each apparatus for a total max of 180 points. [Anton Heida] won the gold medal with his only other national titles coming in the 1902 horse vault and the 1903 horizontal bar. In addition to the five competitors listed, it is highly likely that four of the other five gymnasts were [Charles Krause], [Emil Voigt], [Herman Glass], and [Ralph Wilson], but the 10th competitor’s name cannot be determined.