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Gymnastics at the 1904 St. Louis Summer Games:

Men's Rings

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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: Maximum 45 points.

Gold: USA Herman Glass
Silver: USA William Merz
Bronze: USA Emil Voigt

Summary

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. [Hermann Glass] won the event. He had injured his hand severely in 1903 causing him to concentrate on the rings as his specialist event, but this was his only major title. Runner-up William Merz and third-placed [Emil Voigt] both represented the Concordia Turnverein in St. Louis.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Herman Glass 23 United States USA Gold 45
2 William Merz 26 United States USA Silver 35
3 Emil Voigt 24 United States USA Bronze 32