Joseph Stadler (athlete)

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Joseph F. Stadler ( Joseph F. Stadler ; born June 12, 1880 in Cleveland , Ohio , † February 25, 1950 in Temple City , California ) was an American athlete .

In addition to George Poage , he was the only African-American athlete in the 1904 Olympic Games in St. Louis. Stadler won silver in the standing vault with a height of 1.44 m and bronze in the standing triple jump with a width of 9.60 m.

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