Nordic combined at the 1998 Winter Olympics – Individual

The men's individual nordic combined competition for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano at Hakuba Ski Jumping Stadium and Snow Harp on 13 and 14 February.[1][2]

Individual
at the XVIII Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Pictogram for Nordic combined
VenueHakuba Ski Jumping Stadium (ski jumping)
Snow Harp (cross-country skiing)
Dates13–14 February
Competitors45 from 14 nations
Winning time41:21.1
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Bjarte Engen Vik  Norway
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Samppa Lajunen  Finland
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Valery Stolyarov  Russia
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ResultsEdit

Ski JumpingEdit

Athletes did two normal hill ski jumps. The combined points earned on the jumps determined the starting order and times for the cross-country race; each point was equal to a six-second deficit.[1]

Rank Name Country Jump 1 Jump 2 Total Time Difference
1 Bjarte Engen Vik   Norway 116.0 125.0 241.0 +0:00
2 Valery Stolyarov   Russia 120.0 115.0 235.0 +0:36
3 Tsugiharu Ogiwara   Japan 112.5 120.0 232.5 +0:51
4 Junichi Kogawa   Japan 112.0 120.0 232.0 +0:54
5 Christoph Bieler   Austria 112.5 118.5 231.0 +1:00
6 Samppa Lajunen   Finland 108.5 122.0 230.5 +1:03
7 Mario Stecher   Austria 106.0 122.5 228.5 +1:15
8 Milan Kučera   Czech Republic 110.5 117.5 228.0 +1:18
9 Kenji Ogiwara   Japan 107.5 118.5 226.0 +1:30
10 Jens Deimel   Germany 113.5 107.5 221.0 +2:00
11 Nicolas Bal   France 110.0 108.5 218.5 +2:15
12 Jan Matura   Czech Republic 104.5 113.5 218.0 +2:18
13 Todd Lodwick   United States 101.0 116.0 217.0 +2:24
14 Tapio Nurmela   Finland 110.5 103.0 213.5 +2:45
15 Dmitry Sinitsyn   Russia 110.5 103.0 213.5 +2:45
16 Sylvain Guillaume   France 108.0 104.5 212.5 +2:51
17 Jari Mantila   Finland 101.0 111.0 212.0 +2:54
18 Ronny Ackermann   Germany 103.5 106.0 209.5 +3:09
19 Bill Demong   United States 110.5 98.0 208.5 +3:15
20 Hannu Manninen   Finland 101.5 105.5 207.0 +3:24
21 Jean-Yves Cuendet   Switzerland 105.5 100.5 206.0 +3:30
22 Fred Børre Lundberg   Norway 101.5 103.5 205.0 +3:36
23 Ladislav Rygl   Czech Republic 96.0 108.5 204.5 +3:39
24 Jens Salumäe   Estonia 102.5 101.0 203.5 +3:45
25 Kristian Hammer   Norway 105.5 98.0 203.5 +3:45
26 Josef Buchner   Germany 99.5 103.5 203.0 +3:48
27 Ludovic Roux   France 98.0 104.5 202.5 +3:51
28 Fabrice Guy   France 98.0 103.5 201.5 +3:57
29 Christoph Eugen   Austria 98.0 101.5 199.5 +4:09
30 Andrea Longo   Italy 111.0 88.0 199.0 +4:12
31 Denis Tishagin   Russia 98.0 100.5 198.5 +4:15
32 Urs Kunz   Switzerland 102.0 94.0 196.0 +4:30
33 Aleksey Fadeyev   Russia 107.5 88.0 195.5 +4:33
34 Petr Šmejc   Czech Republic 103.0 92.0 195.0 +4:36
35 Dave Jarrett   United States 105.5 89.5 195.0 +4:36
36 Satoshi Mori   Japan 105.5 89.5 195.0 +4:36
37 Magnar Freimuth   Estonia 95.5 99.0 194.5 +4:39
38 Andy Hartmann   Switzerland 90.0 103.0 193.0 +4:48
39 Tim Tetreault   United States 94.0 96.5 190.5 +5:03
40 Felix Gottwald   Austria 98.5 91.5 190.0 +5:06
41 Matthias Looß   Germany 83.0 104.0 187.0 +5:24
42 Halldor Skard   Norway 75.5 110.5 186.0 +5:30
43 Marco Zarucchi   Switzerland 99.0 86.5 185.5 +5:33
44 Ago Markvardt   Estonia 77.5 104.0 181.5 +5:57
45 Konstantin Kalinovsky   Belarus 85.5 95.5 181.0 +6:00
46 Roman Perko   Slovenia 92.5 87.5 180.0 +6:06
47 Tambet Pikkor   Estonia 77.0 88.5 165.5 +7:33
48 Sergey Zakharenko   Belarus 73.0 85.0 158.0 +8:18

Cross-CountryEdit

The cross-country race was over a distance of 15 kilometres.[1]

Rank Name Country Start time Cross-country Finish time
Time Place
  Bjarte Engen Vik   Norway +0:00 41:21.1 16 41:21.1
  Samppa Lajunen   Finland +1:03 40:45.6 8 41:48.6
  Valery Stolyarov   Russia +0:36 41:13.3 14 41:49.3
4 Kenji Ogiwara   Japan +1:30 41:12.2 13 42:42.2
5 Milan Kučera   Czech Republic +1:18 41:27.8 17 42:45.8
6 Tsugiharu Ogiwara   Japan +0:51 41:55.4 23 42:46.4
7 Nicolas Bal   France +2:15 40:31.8 5 42:46.8
8 Mario Stecher   Austria +1:15 41:54.9 22 43:09.9
9 Sylvain Guillaume   France +2:51 40:51.5 9 43:42.5
10 Dmitry Sinitsyn   Russia +2:45 41:03.0 11 43:48.0
11 Hannu Manninen   Finland +3:24 40:27.0 4 43:51.0
12 Ronny Ackermann   Germany +3:09 40:43.9 7 43:52.9
13 Jens Deimel   Germany +2:00 41:56.3 24 43:56.3
14 Ladislav Rygl   Czech Republic +3:39 40:41.8 6 44:20.8
15 Tapio Nurmela   Finland +2:45 41:46.6 21 44:31.6
16 Fred Børre Lundberg   Norway +3:36 40:56.3 10 44:32.3
17 Jean-Yves Cuendet   Switzerland +3:30 41:04.6 12 44:34.6
18 Urs Kunz   Switzerland +4:30 40:23.2 3 44:53.2
19 Christoph Bieler   Austria +1:00 43:55.5 38 44:55.5
20 Todd Lodwick   United States +2:24 42:33.4 28 44:57.4
21 Felix Gottwald   Austria +5:06 40:10.2 2 45:16.2
22 Andrea Longo   Italy +4:12 41:14.2 15 45:26.2
23 Junichi Kogawa   Japan +0:54 44:42.8 42 45:36.8
24 Christoph Eugen   Austria +4:09 41:28.7 18 45:37.7
25 Marco Zarucchi   Switzerland +5:33 40:04.9 1 45:37.9
26 Kristian Hammer   Norway +3:45 42:22.7 26 46:07.7
27 Jari Mantila   Finland +2:54 43:16.6 34 46:10.6
28 Andy Hartmann   Switzerland +4:48 41:30.5 20 46:18.5
29 Fabrice Guy   France +3:57 42:46.3 30 46:43.3
30 Dave Jarrett   United States +4:36 42:16.0 25 46:52.0
31 Ludovic Roux   France +3:51 43:01.2 32 46:52.2
32 Matthias Looß   Germany +5:24 41:30.2 19 46:54.2
33 Magnar Freimuth   Estonia +4:39 42:29.5 27 47:08.5
34 Bill Demong   United States +3:15 44:03.9 40 47:18.9
35 Jan Matura   Czech Republic +2:18 45:17.0 44 47:35.0
36 Tim Tetreault   United States +5:03 42:45.5 29 47:48.5
37 Aleksey Fadeyev   Russia +4:33 43:46.7 36 48:19.7
38 Satoshi Mori   Japan +4:36 43:53.0 37 48:29.0
39 Jens Salumäe   Estonia +3:45 44:51.2 43 48:36.2
40 Petr Šmejc   Czech Republic +4:36 44:01.4 39 48:37.4
41 Roman Perko   Slovenia +6:06 43:01.4 33 49:07.4
42 Konstantin Kalinovsky   Belarus +6:00 43:38.2 35 49:38.2
43 Sergey Zakharenko   Belarus +8:18 42:54.2 31 51:12.2
44 Tambet Pikkor   Estonia +7:33 44:13.8 41 51:46.8
- Josef Buchner   Germany +3:48 DNS - -
- Denis Tishagin   Russia +4:15 DNF - -
- Halldor Skard   Norway +5:30 DNF - -
- Ago Markvardt   Estonia +5:57 DNS - -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Nagano 1998 Official Report - Volume 3" (PDF). Nagano Olympics Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1998. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 26, 2008. Retrieved January 21, 2014.
  2. ^ "Nordic Combined at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games: Men's Individual". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 8 September 2019.