Robert Stangland

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Olympic medal record
Men's athletics
Competitor for the  United States
Bronze 1904 St. Louis Long jump
Bronze 1904 St. Louis Triple jump

Robert Stangland (Robert Sedgwick Stangland; October 5, 1881 – December 15, 1953) was an American athlete who competed in the early twentieth century in the long jump and the triple jump.

He was born in Kendall, New York.

Stangland won two bronze medals in athletics at the 1904 Summer Olympics at the age of 23. In the long jump Stangland won the bronze medal with a jump of 6.88 meters, finishing behind gold medalist Myer Prinstein and Daniel Frank who won the silver medal. In the triple jump at the 1904 Olympics, Stangland won another bronze medal with a distance of 13.365 meters with Myer Prinstein once again winning the gold medal and Fred Englehardt taking silver.

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