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: Each competitor performed three exercises, all optional. Each exercise was judged by three judges on a 0-5 scale, giving a maximum of 15 points for each exercise. Overall maximum was 45 points.
Each competitor performed three optional exercises, which were judged by three judges on a 0-5 scale, giving a maximum of 15 points for each exercise, and an overall maximum of 45 points. Full results are not available and only three scores are known in this event. None of the most recent AAU Champions competed. The event was won by George Eyser by only one point over Anton Heida, with John Duha taking third. Eyser competed despite a wooden leg, having lost the limb as a youth.