Nordic combined at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Team

The Men's team Nordic combined competition for the 2002 Winter Olympics was held in Park City & Soldier Hollow, United States. The ski jumping part took place on February 16, and the cross-country race on February 17.[1]

Team
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
VenuePark City (ski jumping)
Soldier Hollow (cross-country skiing)
DatesFebruary 16–17, 2002
Competitors40 from 10 nations
Winning time48:42.2
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Jari Mantila
Hannu Manninen
Jaakko Tallus
Samppa Lajunen
 Finland
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Björn Kircheisen
Georg Hettich
Marcel Höhlig
Ronny Ackermann
 Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Christoph Bieler
Michael Gruber
Mario Stecher
Felix Gottwald
 Austria
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ResultsEdit

Ski JumpingEdit

Each of the four team members, performed two jumps, which were judged in the same fashion as the Olympic ski jumping competition. The scores for all the jumps each team took were summed, and used to calculate their deficit in the cross-country race. Each one point behind the leading score of Finland was equivalent to about one and a half seconds of time deficit.

Rank Athlete Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Deficit
1   Finland
Jari Mantila
Jaakko Tallus
Hannu Manninen
Samppa Lajunen
486.5
112.0
127.0
119.5
128.0
1 481.0
113.0
125.0
113.5
129.5
1 967.5 0:00
2   Austria
Michael Gruber
Christoph Bieler
Mario Stecher
Felix Gottwald
467.5
110.5
116.0
119.0
122.0
2 471.0
104.5
123.0
125.0
118.5
2 938.5 0:44
3   United States
Todd Lodwick
Matt Dayton
Johnny Spillane
Bill Demong
448.5
119.5
97.5
108.5
123.0
5 456.5
120.0
103.5
107.0
126.0
3 905.0 1:34
4   Japan
Gen Tomii
Kenji Ogiwara
Satoshi Mori
Daito Takahashi
450.5
112.5
106.5
109.5
122.0
3 450.5
115.5
108.0
104.5
122.5
4 901.0 1:40
5   Germany
Björn Kircheisen
Georg Hettich
Marcel Höhlig
Ronny Ackermann
449.5
109.5
104.5
113.0
122.5
4 444.0
110.5
103.0
111.0
119.5
5 893.5 1:51
6   Czech Republic
Petr Šmejc
Milan Kučera
Lukáš Heřmanský
Pavel Churavý
448.0
110.5
109.5
112.0
116.0
6 444.0
118.0
105.0
103.0
118.0
5 892.0 1:53
7   Switzerland
Andreas Hurschler
Jan Schmid
Ivan Rieder
Ronny Heer
437.5
106.0
102.0
112.0
117.5
7 425.5
99.0
111.0
101.0
114.5
8 863.0 2:37
8   France
Ludovic Roux
Frédéric Baud
Nicolas Bal
Kevin Arnould
412.5
103.0
102.0
104.5
103.0
8 434.0
115.0
101.5
103.5
114.0
7 846.5 3:02
9   Russia
Alexei Fadeev
Alexei Zvetkov
Vladimir Lysenin
Alexei Barannikov
398.0
110.5
91.5
83.0
113.0
9 423.0
113.5
102.5
94.5
112.5
9 821.0 3:40
10   Norway
Jan Rune Grave
Lars Andreas Østvik
Sverre Rotevatn
Kristian Hammer
386.0
106.0
87.5
89.0
103.5
10 405.5
108.5
98.0
93.5
105.5
10 791.5 4:24

Cross-CountryEdit

Rank Athlete Deficit Time Rank Total
    Finland
Jari Mantila
Hannu Manninen
Jaakko Tallus
Samppa Lajunen
+0:00 48:42.2
12:49.9
11:28.1
12:14.1
12:10.1
6 48:42.2
    Germany
Björn Kircheisen
Georg Hettich
Marcel Höhlig
Ronny Ackermann
+1:51 46:58.7
11:48.0
11:49.0
11:46.3
11:35.4
2 +0:07.5
    Austria
Christoph Bieler
Michael Gruber
Mario Stecher
Felix Gottwald
+0:44 48:09.2
12:26.9
11:57.6
12:11.4
11:33.3
3 +0:11.0
4   United States
Todd Lodwick
Bill Demong
Johnny Spillane
Matt Dayton
+1:34 48:20.1
12:07.7
11:58.3
12:23.7
11:50.4
4 +1:11.9
5   Norway
Sverre Rotevatn
Lars Andreas Østvik
Jan Rune Grave
Kristian Hammer
+4:24 46:58.1
11:57.4
11:27.0
11:48.6
11:45.1
1 +2:39.9
6   France
Frédéric Baud
Ludovic Roux
Kevin Arnould
Nicolas Bal
+3:02 48:33.5
11:59.9
12:11.6
12:36.1
11:45.9
5 +2:53.3
7   Switzerland
Andreas Hurschler
Ronny Heer
Jan Schmid
Ivan Rieder
+2:37 49:30.9
11:54.2
12:07.5
12:44.7
12:44.5
7 +3:25.7
8   Japan
Kenji Ogiwara
Gen Tomii
Satoshi Mori
Daito Takahashi
+1:40 50:46.5
12:33.2
12:52.5
12:35.2
12:45.6
8 +3:44.3
9   Czech Republic
Milan Kučera
Lukáš Heřmanský
Pavel Churavý
Petr Šmejc
+1:53 51:35.8
12:49.1
13:52.3
11:51.4
13:03.0
9 +4:46.6
  Russia
Alexei Fadeev
Alexei Zvetkov
Vladimir Lysenin
Alexei Barannikov
+3:40 DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nordic Combined at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games: Men's Team". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 8 September 2019.