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3rd Olympics: St Louis, 1904, women's boxing, spear throwing, pole climbing

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USA, St Louis, 1904

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In 1904, St. Louis hosted the world at a major international World's Fair. The Fair celebrated the centennial of the Louisiana Purchase (1803), one year late. It was delayed from a planned opening in 1903 to 1904 allow for full-scale participation by more states and foreign countries. The Fair opened April 30, 1904, and closed December 1, 1904. Of notable interest is that St. Louis had held an annual Saint Louis Exposition (1884) since the 1880s as agricultural, trade, and scientific exhibitions, but this event was not held in 1904, due to the World's Fair. The Fair's 1,200-acre (4.9 km²) site, designed by George Kessler [1], was located at the present-day grounds of Forest Park and on the campus of Washington University, and was the largest fair to date. There were over 1,500 buildings, connected by some 75 miles (120 km) of roads and walkways. It was said to be impossible to give even a hurried glance at everything in less than a week. The Palace of Agriculture alone covered some 20 acres (324,000 m²). Exhibits were staged by 62 foreign nations, the United States government, and 43 of the then-45 U.S. states. These featured industries, cities, private organizations and corporations, theater troupes, and music schools. There were also over 50 concession-type amusements found on "The Pike"; they provided educational and scientific displays, exhibits and imaginary 'travel' to distant lands, history and local boosterism (including Louis Wollbrinck's "Old St. Louis") and pure entertainment. St. Louis organizers repeated the mistakes made at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris. Competitions were reduced to a side-show of the World's Fair and were lost in the chaos of other, more popular cultural exhibits. David Francis, the President of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, declined to invite anybody else to open the Games and, on July 1 did so himself in a scaled-down short and humdrum "ceremony". Officially, the games lasted for four and a half months; in fact, James Edward Sullivan tried to hold an event every day for the duration of the fair. The Olympic caliber events were again mixed with other sporting events, but whereas Paris hardly ever mentioned them, Sullivan called all his sports events "Olympic." The IOC later declared that 94 of these events were Olympic. The participants totaled 651 athletes - 645 men and 6 women representing 12 countries. However, only 42 events (less than half) actually included athletes who were not from the United States. The actual athletics events that formed the bulk of the recognized Olympic sports were held from Monday, August 29 to Saturday, September 3.

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Catalan :

Fira Mundial de Saint louis, missouri, theodore, roosevelt, president, EUA, 3r, Olimpíada, Jocs Olímpics, internacional, Boxa femení, pol escalada, tir amb arc, africans, Antropologia, llança llançant, exposició de la compra de Louisiana, esport, Jocs Olímpics, ,


Dutch :

World's fair, st. louis, missouri, theodore, roosevelt, president, usa, 3e, Olympiade, Olympische spelen, international, vrouwen Boksen, pole klimmen, boogschieten, Afrikanen, antropologie, speer gooien, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, sport, Olympische spelen, ,


Finnish :

maailmannäyttely, st. louis, missouri, Magnus, roosevelt, presidentti, usa, 3rd, olympialaiset, olympialaiset, international, nyrkkeilyn, pole kiipeily, jousiammunta, afrikkalaiset, antropologia, keihään heitto, Louisiana Purchase näyttely, urheilu, olympialaiset, ,


Haitian Creole :

fair an sou latè, Saint louis, missouri, theodore, roosevelt, pwezidan an, nan Etazini, 3, olympiad, je olenmpik yo, entènasyonal, bòks fanm, gal Eskalad, l', la nan trenen, antropoloji, frenn voye, Lwizyana acha ekspozisyon, ap pase nan betiz, Jeux, ,


Hindi :

दुनिया के मेले, सेंट लुइस, मिसौरी, थियोडोर, रूजवेल्ट, राष्ट्रपति, संयुक्त राज्य अमरीका, 3rd, ओलंपियाड, ओलिंपिक खेलों, इंटरनेशनल, महिला मुक्केबाजी, ध्रुव पर चढ़ाई, तीरंदाजी, अफ्रीका, नृविज्ञान, भाला फेंक, लुइसियाना खरीद प्रदर्शनी, खेल, ओलंपिक, ,


Latvian :

Pasaules gadatirgū, st louis, missouri, theodore, Rūzvelta, prezidents, ASV, 3., olimpiādes, Olimpiskās spēles, starptautiskās, sieviešu bokss, Polis kāpšana, loka šaušana, afrikāņi, antropoloģija, šķēpa mešana, Louisiana pirkšanas ekspozīcija, sport, Olimpiskās spēles, ,


Lithuanian :

pasaulio mugė, St louis, Misūris, Teodoras, roosevelt, prezidentas, Jungtinės Amerikos Valstijos, 3rd, olimpiada, olimpinės žaidynės, tarptautinės, moterų Boksas, polių laipiojimo, Šaudymas iš lanko, afrikiečiai, antropologijos, ietis, mesti, Luizianos pirkimo ekspozicija, Sportas, olimpinės žaidynės, ,


Norwegian :

World's fair, st. louis, missouri, theodore, roosevelt, president, usa, 3rd, olympiaden, OL, internasjonale, kvinners boksing, pole klatring, bueskyting, afrikanere, antropologi, spyd kaster, verdensutstillingen, sport, OL, ,


Polish :

Wystawa Światowa, st. louis, missouri, Teodor, roosevelt, prezydenta, usa, 3., Olimpiady, Igrzyska Olimpijskie, international, boks kobiet, Polak wspinaczki, łucznictwo, Afrykanie, antropologii, włóczni do rzucania, ekspozycja zakup Luizjany, sport, Igrzyska Olimpijskie, ,


Russian :

Всемирная выставка, Сент-Луис, Миссури, Теодор, Рузвельт, президент, США, 3, Олимпиада, Олимпийские игры, Международный, Женский бокс, полюс альпинизм, стрельба из лука, африканцы, антропология, копье, бросание, экспозиция Луизианы, спорт, Олимпийские игры, ,


Thai :

นิทรรศการนานาชาติ เซนต์หลุยส์ มิซซู รี ธีโอดอร์ รูสเวลท์ ประธาน สหรัฐอเมริกา 3 โอลิมปิก โอลิมปิกเกมส์ นานาชาติ มวยหญิง ปีนเสา ยิงธนู แอฟริกัน มานุษยวิทยา หอกขว้างปา นิทรรศการซื้อหลุยส์เซียนา กีฬา โอลิมปิก,


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