Nordic combined at the 1988 Winter Olympics – Team

The men's team Nordic combined competition for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary was held at Canada Olympic Park and Canmore Nordic Centre on 23 and 24 February.[1][2]

Team
at the XV Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
VenueCanada Olympic Park (ski jumping)
Canmore Nordic Centre (cross-country skiing)
Dates23–24 February
Competitors30 from 10 nations
Winning timeTeam jump: 629.8
Ski time: 1:20:46.0
Final time: 1:20:46.0
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Hans-Peter Pohl
Hubert Schwarz
Thomas Müller
 West Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Andreas Schaad
Hippolyt Kempf
Fredy Glanzmann
 Switzerland
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Günther Csar
Hansjörg Aschenwald
Klaus Sulzenbacher
 Austria
1992 →

ResultsEdit

Ski jumpingEdit

Each of the three team members performed three jumps, with the top two scores counting. The scores for each team were combined and used to calculate their deficit in the cross-country skiing portion of the event. Each point difference between teams in the ski jumping portion in this event resulted in a six-second difference in the cross country part of the event.[1]

Rank Team Points Time difference
1   West Germany
Hans-Peter Pohl
Hubert Schwarz
Thomas Müller
629.8
204.7
227.2
197.9
+0:00
2   Austria
Günther Csar
Hansjörg Aschenwald
Klaus Sulzenbacher
626.6
193.7
204.5
228.4
+0:16
3   Norway
Hallstein Bøgseth
Trond Arne Bredesen
Torbjørn Løkken
596.6
195.0
201.1
200.5
+2:46
4   Czechoslovakia
Ladislav Patráš
Ján Klimko
Miroslav Kopal
573.5
192.0
184.7
196.8
+4:41
5   East Germany
Thomas Prenzel
Marko Frank
Uwe Prenzel
571.6
183.9
195.9
191.8
+4:51
6   Switzerland
Andreas Schaad
Hippolyt Kempf
Fredy Glanzmann
571.4
195.4
199.8
176.2
+4:52
7   Finland
Pasi Saapunki
Jouko Parviainen
Jukka Ylipulli
561.3
165.0
201.9
194.4
+5:43
8   France
Jean-Pierre Bohard
Xavier Girard
Fabrice Guy
541.0
178.0
187.2
175.8
+7:24
9   United States
Joe Holland
Todd Wilson
Hans Johnstone
516.9
181.7
175.7
159.5
+9:24
10   Japan
Hideki Miyazaki
Masashi Abe
Kazuoki Kodama
515.3
166.2
177.5
171.6
+9:32

Cross-countryEdit

Each member of the team completed a ten kilometre cross-country skiing leg.[1]

Rank Team Start time Cross-country Finish time
Time Place
    West Germany
Hans-Peter Pohl
Hubert Schwarz
Thomas Müller
+0:00 1:20:46.0
27:26.7
27:45.7
25:33.6
8 1:20:46.0
    Switzerland
Andreas Schaad
Hippolyt Kempf
Fredy Glanzmann
+4:52 1:15:57.4
25:34.7
25:12.9
25:09.8
1 1:20:49.4
    Austria
Günther Csar
Hansjörg Aschenwald
Klaus Sulzenbacher
+0:16 1:21:00.9
26:39.7
28:33.7
25:47.5
9 1:21:16.9
4   Norway
Hallstein Bøgseth
Trond Arne Bredesen
Torbjørn Løkken
+2:46 1:18:48.4
26:18.6
27:04.0
25:25.8
3 1:21:34.4
5   East Germany
Thomas Prenzel
Marko Frank
Uwe Prenzel
+4:51 1:18:13.5
26:23.9
26:12.1
25:37.5
2 1:23:04.5
6   Czechoslovakia
Ladislav Patráš
Ján Klimko
Miroslav Kopal
+4:42 1:19:02.1
26:49.7
26:30.4
25:42.0
4 1:23:44.1
7   Finland
Pasi Saapunki
Jouko Parviainen
Jukka Ylipulli
+5:43 1:19:56.3
26:29.7
26:42.3
26:44.3
7 1:25:39.3
8   France
Jean-Pierre Bohard
Xavier Girard
Fabrice Guy
+7:24 1:19:45.4
27:04.9
26:43.2
25:57.3
5 1:27:09.4
9   Japan
Hideki Miyazaki
Masashi Abe
Kazuoki Kodama
+9:33 1:19:54.3
25:59.1
26:54.9
27:00.3
6 1:29:27.3
10   United States
Joe Holland
Todd Wilson
Hans Johnstone
+9:25 1:23:42.9
27:00.3
27:03.1
29:39.5
10 1:33:07.9

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Calgary 1988 Official Report" (PDF). XV Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1988. Retrieved January 21, 2014.
  2. ^ "Nordic Combined at the 1988 Calgary Winter Games: Men's Team". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 7 September 2019.