List of 1904 Summer Olympics medal winners

The 1904 Summer Olympics, officially the Games of the III Olympiad, were an international multi-sport event which was held in 1904 in St. Louis, United States.

Contents
  1. Archery
  2. Athletics
  3. Boxing
  4. Cycling
  5. Diving
  1. Fencing
  2. Football
  3. Golf
  4. Gymnastics
  5. Lacrosse
  1. Roque
  2. Rowing
  3. Swimming
  4. Tennis
  5. Tug of war
  1. Water polo
  2. Weightlifting
  3. Wrestling
See also   References


ArcheryEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's double York round
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  George Bryant (USA)   Robert Williams (USA)   William Thompson (USA)
Men's double American round
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  George Bryant (USA)   Robert Williams (USA)   William Thompson (USA)
Men's team round
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  United States (USA)
William Thompson
Robert Williams
Louis Maxson
Galen Spencer
  United States (USA)
Charles Woodruff
William Clark
Charles Hubbard
Samuel Duvall
  United States (USA)
George Bryant
Wallace Bryant
Cyrus Edwin Dallin
Henry B. Richardson
Women's double National round
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  Matilda Howell (USA)   Emma Cooke (USA)   Jessie Pollock (USA)
Women's double Columbia round
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  Matilda Howell (USA)   Emma Cooke (USA)   Jessie Pollock (USA)
Women's team round
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  United States (USA)
Matilda Howell
Jessie Pollock
Laura Woodruff
Leonie Taylor
  United States (USA)
Emma Cooke
Mabel Taylor
None awarded

AthleticsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
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Archie Hahn 7.0 s
  United States
William Hogenson 7.2 s
  United States
Fay Moulton 7.2 s
  United States
100 metres
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Archie Hahn 11.0 s
  United States
Nate Cartmell 11.2 s
  United States
William Hogenson 11.2 s
  United States
200 metres
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Archie Hahn 21.6 s
  United States
Nate Cartmell 21.9 s
  United States
William Hogenson
  United States
400 metres
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Harry Hillman 49.2 s
  United States
Frank Waller 49.9 s
  United States
Herman Groman 50.0 s
  United States
800 metres
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James Lightbody 1:56.0
  United States
Howard Valentine 1:56.3
  United States
Emil Breitkreutz 1:56.4
  United States
1500 metres
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James Lightbody 4:05.4
  United States
Frank Verner 4:06.8
  United States
Lacey Hearn
  United States
Marathon
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Thomas Hicks 3:28:53
  United States
Albert Corey 3:34:52
  United States*
Arthur Newton 3:47:33
  United States
110 metres hurdles
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Fred Schule 16.0 s
  United States
Thaddeus Shideler 16.3 s
  United States
Lesley Ashburner 16.4 s
  United States
200 metres hurdles
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Harry Hillman 24.6 s
  United States
Frank Castleman 24.9 s
  United States
George Poage
  United States
400 metres hurdles
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Harry Hillman 53.0 s
  United States
Frank Waller 53.2 s
  United States
George Poage 56.8 s
  United States
2590 metres steeplechase
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James Lightbody 7:39.6
  United States
John Daly 7:40.6
  Great Britain
Arthur Newton 7:45.6
  United States
4 miles team race
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  United States (USA)
New York AC
Arthur Newton
George Underwood
Paul Pilgrim
Howard Valentine
David Munson
  Mixed team (ZZX)
Chicago AA
James Lightbody
Frank Verner
Lacey Hearn
Albert Corey
Sidney Hatch
none awarded
Long jump
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Myer Prinstein 7.34 m
  United States
Daniel Frank 6.89 m
  United States
Robert Stangland 6.88 m
  United States
Triple jump
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Myer Prinstein 14.35 m
  United States
Fred Englehardt 13.90 m
  United States
Robert Stangland 13.36 m
  United States
High jump
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Samuel Jones
  United States
Garrett Serviss
  United States
Paul Weinstein
  Germany
Pole vault
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Charles Dvorak
  United States
LeRoy Samse
  United States
Louis Wilkins
  United States
Standing long jump
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Ray Ewry
  United States
Charles King
  United States
John Biller
  United States
Standing triple jump
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Ray Ewry
  United States
Charles King
  United States
Joseph Stadler
  United States
Standing high jump
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Ray Ewry
  United States
Joseph Stadler
  United States
Lawson Robertson
  United States
Shot put
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Ralph Rose
  United States
Wesley Coe
  United States
Lawrence Feuerbach
  United States
Discus throw
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Martin Sheridan
  United States
Ralph Rose
  United States
Nicolaos Georgandas
  Greece
Hammer throw
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John Flanagan
  United States
John DeWitt
  United States
Ralph Rose
  United States
56 pound weight throw
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Étienne Desmarteau
  Canada
John Flanagan
  United States
James Mitchell
  United States
Triathlon
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Max Emmerich
  United States
John Grieb
  United States
William Merz
  United States
All-around
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Tom Kiely
  Great Britain
Adam Gunn
  United States
Truxtun Hare
  United States

BoxingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Flyweight
(47.6 kg / 105 lb)
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George Finnegan
  United States
Miles Burke
  United States
None awarded
Bantamweight
(52.2 kg / 115 lb)
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Oliver Kirk
  United States
George Finnegan
  United States
None awarded
Featherweight
(56.7 kg / 125 lb)
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Oliver Kirk
  United States
Frank Haller
  United States
Frederick Gilmore
  United States
Lightweight
(61.2 kg / 135 lb)
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Harry Spanjer
  United States
Russell van Horn
  United States 1
Peter Sturholdt
  United States
Welterweight
(65.8 kg / 145 lb)
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Albert Young
  United States
Harry Spanjer
  United States
Joseph Lydon
  United States1
Middleweight
(71.7 kg / 158 lb)
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Charles Mayer
  United States
Benjamin Spradley
  United States
None awarded
Heavyweight
(over 71.7 kg/over 158 lb)
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Samuel Berger
  United States
Charles Mayer
  United States
William Michaels
  United States

1Jack Egan originally won the silver medal in the lightweight competition and the bronze medal in the welterweight competition, but he was disqualified in November 1905 when it was discovered that his real name was Frank Joseph Floyd; AAU rules made it illegal to fight under an assumed name.[1]

CyclingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1/4 mile
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Marcus Hurley
  United States
Burton Downing
  United States
Teddy Billington
  United States
1/3 mile
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Marcus Hurley
  United States
Burton Downing
  United States
Teddy Billington
  United States
1/2 mile
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Marcus Hurley
  United States
Teddy Billington
  United States
Burton Downing
  United States
1 mile
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Marcus Hurley
  United States
Burton Downing
  United States
Teddy Billington
  United States
2 miles
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Burton Downing
  United States
Oscar Goerke
  United States
Marcus Hurley
  United States
5 miles
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Charles Schlee
  United States
George E. Wiley
  United States
Arthur F. Andrews
  United States
25 miles
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Burton Downing
  United States
Arthur F. Andrews
  United States
George E. Wiley
  United States

DivingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Platform
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George Sheldon
  United States
Georg Hoffmann
  Germany
Alfred Braunschweiger
  Germany
Frank Kehoe
  United States
Plunge for distance
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William Dickey
  United States
Edgar Adams
  United States
Leo Goodwin
  United States

FencingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Foil, Individual
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Ramón Fonst
  Cuba
Albertson Van Zo Post [2]
  Cuba
Charles Tatham [3]
  Cuba
Foil, Team
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  Mixed team (ZZX) [4]
  Ramón Fonst (CUB)
  Albertson Van Zo Post (CUB) [2]
  Manuel Díaz (CUB)
  United States (USA)
Charles Tatham [3]
Charles Townsend
Arthur Fox
None awarded
Épée
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Ramón Fonst
  Cuba
Charles Tatham [3]
  Cuba
Albertson Van Zo Post [2]
  Cuba
Sabre
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Manuel Díaz
  Cuba
William Grebe
  United States
Albertson Van Zo Post [2]
  Cuba
Singlestick
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Albertson Van Zo Post [2]
  Cuba
William O'Connor
  United States
William Grebe
  United States

FootballEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
  Canada (CAN)
Galt F.C.
George Ducker
John Fraser
John Gourlay
Alexander Hall
Albert Johnston
Robert Lane
Ernest Linton
Gordon McDonald
Frederick Steep
Tom Taylor
William Twaits
Otto Christman
Albert Henderson
  United States (USA)
Christian Brothers College
Charles Bartliff
Warren Brittingham
Oscar Brockmeyer
Alexander Cudmore
Charles January
John January
Thomas January
Raymond Lawler
Joseph Lydon
Louis Menges
Peter Ratican
  United States (USA)
St. Rose Parish
Joseph Brady
George Cooke
Thomas Cooke
Cormic Cosgrove
Dierkes
Martin Dooling
Frank Frost
Claude Jameson
Henry Jameson
Johnson
O'Connell
Harry Tate

GolfEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
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George Lyon
  Canada
Chandler Egan
  United States
Burt McKinnie
  United States
Francis Newton
  United States
Team
details
  United States (USA)
Western Golf Association

Edward Cummins
Kenneth Edwards
Chandler Egan
Walter Egan
Robert Hunter
Nathaniel Moore
Mason Phelps
Daniel Sawyer
Clement Smoot
Warren Wood

  United States (USA)
Trans-Mississippi Golf Association

John Cady
Albert Lambert
John Maxwell
Burt McKinnie
Ralph McKittrick
Francis Newton
Henry Potter
Frederick Semple
Stuart Stickney
William Stickney

  United States (USA)
United States Golf Association[5]

Douglass Cadwallader
Jesse Carleton
Harold Fraser
Arthur Hussey
Orus Jones
Allen Lard
George Oliver
Simeon Price
John Rahm
Harold Weber

GymnasticsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
All-around
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Julius Lenhart
  United States
Wilhelm Weber
  Germany
Adolf Spinnler
  Switzerland
Combined
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Anton Heida
  United States
George Eyser
  United States
William Merz
  United States
Triathlon
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Adolf Spinnler
  Switzerland
Julius Lenhart
  United States
Wilhelm Weber
  Germany
Team
details
  United States (USA)
Philadelphia Turngemeinde
John Grieb
Anton Heida
Max Hess
Philip Kassel
Julius Lenhart
Ernst Reckeweg
  United States (USA)
New York Turnverein
Emil Beyer
John Bissinger
Arthur Rosenkampff
Julian Schmitz
Otto Steffen
Max Wolf
  United States (USA)
Central Turnverein, Chicago
John Duha
Charles Krause
George Mayer
Robert Maysack
Philip Schuster
Edward Siegler
Horizontal bar
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Anton Heida
  United States
none awarded George Eyser
  United States
Edward Hennig
  United States
Parallel bars
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George Eyser
  United States
Anton Heida
  United States
John Duha
  United States
Pommel horse
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Anton Heida
  United States
George Eyser
  United States
William Merz
  United States
Rings
details
Herman Glass
  United States
William Merz
  United States
Emil Voigt
  United States
Vault
details
George Eyser
  United States
none awarded William Merz
  United States
Anton Heida
  United States
Rope climbing
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George Eyser
  United States
Charles Krause
  United States
Emil Voigt
  United States
Club swinging
details
Edward Hennig
  United States
Emil Voigt
  United States
Ralph Wilson
  United States

LacrosseEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
  Canada (CAN)
Shamrock Lacrosse Team
Élie Blanchard
William Brennaugh
George Bretz
William Burns
George Cattanach
George Cloutier
Sandy Cowan
Jack Flett
Benjamin Jamieson
Hilliard Laidlaw
Hilliard Lyle
William F. L. Orris
Lawrence Pentland
  United States (USA)
St. Louis Amateur Athletic Association
J. W. Dowling
W. R. Gibson
Patrick Grogan
Philip Hess
Tom Hunter
Albert Lehman
William Murphy
William Partridge
George Passmore
William T. Passmore
W. J. Ross
Jack Sullivan
Albert Venn
A. M. Woods
  Canada (CAN)
Mohawk Indians
Black Hawk
Black Eagle
Almighty Voice
Flat Iron
Spotted Tail
Half Moon
Lightfoot
Snake Eater
Red Jacket
Night Hawk
Man Afraid Soap
Rain in Face

RoqueEdit

RowingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Single sculls
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  Frank Greer (USA)   James Juvenal (USA)   Constance Titus (USA)
Double sculls
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  John Mulcahy
and William Varley (USA)
  Jamie McLoughlin
and John Hoben (USA)
  Joseph Ravannack
and John Wells (USA)
Coxless pair
details
  Robert Farnan
and Joseph Ryan (USA)
  John Mulcahy
and William Varley (USA)
  John Joachim
and Joseph Buerger (USA)
Coxless four
details
  United States (USA)
Arthur Stockhoff
August Erker
George Dietz
Albert Nasse
  United States (USA)
Frederck Suerig
Martin Formanack
Charles Aman
Michael Begley
  United States (USA)
Gus Voerg
John Freitag
Lou Heim
Frank Dummerth
Eight
details
  United States (USA)
Frederick Cresser
Michael Gleason
Frank Schell
James Flanagan
Charles Armstrong
Harry Lott
Joseph Dempsey
John Exley
Louis Abell
  Canada (CAN)
Arthur Bailey
William Rice
George Reiffenstein
Phil Boyd
George Strange
William Wadsworth
Don MacKenzie
Joseph Wright
Thomas Loudon
none awarded

SwimmingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 yard freestyle
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Zoltán Halmay
  Hungary
Scott Leary
  United States
Charles Daniels
  United States
100 yard freestyle
details
Zoltán Halmay
  Hungary
Charles Daniels
  United States
Scott Leary
  United States
220 yard freestyle
details
Charles Daniels
  United States
Francis Gailey
  United States
Emil Rausch
  Germany
440 yard freestyle
details
Charles Daniels
  United States
Francis Gailey
  United States
Otto Wahle
  Austria
880 yard freestyle
details
Emil Rausch
  Germany
Francis Gailey
  United States
Géza Kiss
  Hungary
1 mile freestyle
details
Emil Rausch
  Germany
Géza Kiss
  Hungary
Francis Gailey
  United States
100 yard backstroke
details
Walter Brack
  Germany
Georg Hoffmann
  Germany
Georg Zacharias
  Germany
440 yard breaststroke
details
Georg Zacharias
  Germany
Walter Brack
  Germany
Jam Handy
  United States
4×50 yard freestyle relay
details
  United States (USA)
The New York Athletic Club
Joe Ruddy
Leo Goodwin
Louis Handley
Charles Daniels
  United States (USA)
Chicago Athletic Association
David Hammond
Bill Tuttle
Hugo Goetz
Raymond Thorne
  United States (USA)
Missouri Athletic Club
Amedee Reyburn
Gwynne Evans
Marquard Schwarz
Bill Orthwein

TennisEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles
details
Beals Wright
  United States
Robert LeRoy
  United States
Alphonzo Bell
  United States
Edgar Leonard
  United States
Men's doubles
details
  United States (USA)
Beals Wright
Edgar Leonard
  United States (USA)
Robert LeRoy
Alphonzo Bell
  United States (USA)
Clarence Gamble
Arthur Wear
  United States (USA)
Joseph Wear
Allen West

Tug of warEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
  United States (USA)
Milwaukee Athletic Club
Oscar Olson
Sidney Johnson
Henry Seiling
Conrad Magnusson
Patrick Flanagan
  United States (USA)
Southwest Turnverein of St. Louis #1
Max Braun
William Seiling
Orrin Upshaw
Charles Rose
August Rodenberg
  United States (USA)
Southwest Turnverein of St. Louis #2
Charles Haberkorn
Frank Kugler
Charles Thias
Harry Jacobs
Oscar Friede

Water poloEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
  New York Athletic Club (USA)
David Bratton
George Van Cleaf
Leo Goodwin
Louis Handley
David Hesser
Joe Ruddy
James Steen
  Chicago Athletic Association (USA)
Rex Beach
Jerome Steever
Edwin Swatek
Charles Healy
Frank Kehoe
David Hammond
Bill Tuttle
  Missouri Athletic Club (USA)
John Meyers
Manfred Toeppen
Gwynne Evans
Amedee Reyburn
Fred Schreiner
Augustus Goessling
Bill Orthwein

WeightliftingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Two Hand Lift
details
Perikles Kakousis
  Greece
Oscar Osthoff
  United States
Frank Kugler
  United States
All Around Dumbbell
details
Oscar Osthoff
  United States
Frederick Winters
  United States
Frank Kugler
  United States

WrestlingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
105 lb (47.6 kg)
details
Robert Curry
  United States
John Hein
  United States
Gustav Thiefenthaler
  United States
Flyweight
115 lb (52.2 kg)
details
George Mehnert
  United States
Gustave Bauer
  United States
William Nelson
  United States
Bantamweight
125 lb (56.7 kg)
details
Isidor Niflot
  United States
August Wester
  United States
Louis Strebler
  United States
Featherweight
135 lb (61.2 kg)
details
Benjamin Bradshaw
  United States
Theodore McLear
  United States
Charles Clapper
  United States
Lightweight
145 lb (65.8 kg)
details
Otto Roehm
  United States
Rudolph Tesing
  United States
Albert Zirkel
  United States
Welterweight
158 lb (71.7 kg)
details
Charles Ericksen
  United States
William Beckmann
  United States
Jerry Winholtz
  United States
Heavyweight
over 158 lb (71.7 kg)
details
Bernhoff Hansen
  United States
Frank Kugler
  United States
Fred Warmbold
  United States

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sports Reference November 1905 Egan disqualified
  2. ^ a b c d e The IOC results database shows Albertson Van Zo Post as Cuban however he was American.
  3. ^ a b c The IOC results database shows Charles Tatham as Cuban for individual events and American for the team event. He was American
  4. ^ The IOC results database shows this team as mixed with athletes from Cuba and the USA, but all athletes are listed as Cuban for their individual event medals, despite the fact that Van Zo Post was American
  5. ^ The IOC medalist database lists an American team as winning the bronze medal. Like all other teams in the database, the team is not named beyond "United States of America III" (the gold and silver medal teams are I and II, respectively). Unlike the other two teams, however, there are no participants listed in the bronze-medal team. The list of golfers on the USGA team, and the names of the golf associations sponsoring all three teams, can be found in other sources.

External linksEdit

  • "St Louis 1904". Olympic.org. International Olympic Committee.