The 1904 Olympic Games in St. Louis, Missouri, marked the third edition of the modern Olympic Games. The games connected with the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, also known as the St. Louis World’s Fair. While the 1904 Olympics faced challenges, such as lower international participation due to distance and limited awareness, they showcased a variety of sports competitions. Events included athletics, gymnastics, swimming, archery, boxing, cycling, and more. Notable moments from the games included the marathon, which had a dramatic finish and is considered one of the most memorable races in Olympic history. The 1904 Olympics in St. Louis highlighted American sports culture and represented a significant milestone in developing the Olympic movement.