Wrestling at the 1904 Summer Olympics
At the 1904 Summer Olympics, seven wrestling events were contested, all in the freestyle discipline for men. All wrestlers who competed in the 1904 Games were from the United States. It was the first time freestyle wrestling was featured, as the first Olympic wrestling contests had been in the Greco-Roman style. Weight classes also made their first appearance.
||Robert Curry (USA)||John Hein (USA)||Gustav Thiefenthaler (USA)|
||George Mehnert (USA)||Gustave Bauer (USA)||William Nelson (USA)|
||Isidor Niflot (USA)||August Wester (USA)||Louis Strebler (USA)|
||Benjamin Bradshaw (USA)||Theodore McLear (USA)||Charles Clapper (USA)|
||Otto Roehm (USA)||Rudolph Tesing (USA)||Albert Zirkel (USA)|
||Charles Ericksen (USA)||William Beckmann (USA)||Jerry Winholtz (USA)|
||Bernhoff Hansen (USA)||Frank Kugler (USA)||Fred Warmbold (USA)|
A total of 42 wrestlers from one nation competed at the St. Louis Games:
- United States (42)
Two of the gold medalists were Norwegian citizens at the time of the Games, and are listed as competitors for Norway in some sources. 
|Totals (1 nations)||7||7||7||21|
- "Norway at the 1904 St. Louis Summer Games". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com.