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Nordic combined at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Individual normal hill/10 km

The men's individual normal hill/10 km Nordic combined competition for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, was held at the Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium and Alpensia Cross-Country Centre on 14 February 2018.[1][2]

Men's individual normal hill/10 km
at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Pictogram for Nordic combined
VenueAlpensia Ski Jumping Stadium and Alpensia Cross-Country Centre
Dates14 February
Competitors48 from 16 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Eric Frenzel  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Akito Watabe  Japan
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Lukas Klapfer  Austria
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SummaryEdit

The defending champion was Eric Frenzel; the field also included the 2014 silver medalist Akito Watabe and the 2010 champion Jason Lamy-Chappuis, who was coming out of retirement and was not considered a medal contender.[3] Frenzel became the champion again, with Watabe again taking silver, and Lukas Klapfer becoming the bronze medalist.

After the ski jumping, Franz-Josef Rehrl was leading, with Watabe third and Frenzel fifth. By 4 km of the cross-country skiing part, the top five athletes after the ski jumping, Rehrl, Jarl Magnus Riiber, Frenzel, Lukas Klapfer, and Akito Watabe, were skiing together, with a gap of 15 seconds between them and Eero Hirvonen. The gap was growing. By 5 km Rehrl started lagging behind the rest of the leading group, and by 6.5 km was out of the medal contention. Klapfer was leading the field, with Watabe and Frenzel 0.6 and 1.3 seconds behind, respectively. At the finish, Frenzel was the fastest, with Watabe second five seconds behind. Klapfer and Riiber were left behind, and Klapfer won the bronze medal four seconds ahead of Riiber.

QualificationEdit

Using the Olympic Quota Allocation List and Continental Cup Standings, when no athletes remain in the allocation list (which includes results from July 1, 2016 to January 21, 2018), the top 50 athletes were awarded quotas (with maximum of five per country). Only maximum of four could be entered into this event. The remaining five quotas were given to countries with three athletes to make a team. If a minimum of ten teams were already formed in the first 50, then the remaining five quotas would be allocated using the allocation list or continental cup standings.[4]

ResultsEdit

Ski jumpingEdit

The ski jumping was held at 15:30.[5]

Rank Bib Name Country Distance (m) Points Time difference
1 27 Franz-Josef Rehrl   Austria 112.0 130.6
2 40 Jarl Magnus Riiber   Norway 111.0 126.9 +0:15
3 48 Akito Watabe   Japan 105.5 123.7 +0:28
4 39 Lukas Klapfer   Austria 109.0 122.6 +0:32
5 41 Eric Frenzel   Germany 106.5 121.7 +0:36
6 42 Eero Hirvonen   Finland 102.0 118.0 +0:50
7 43 Espen Andersen   Norway 104.5 117.2 +0:54
8 29 Yoshito Watabe   Japan 104.0 114.3 +1:05
9 35 Kristjan Ilves   Estonia 104.0 112.8 +1:11
10 34 Maxime Laheurte   France 104.5 110.7 +1:20
11 44 Johannes Rydzek   Germany 101.0 109.1 +1:26
12 33 François Braud   France 101.5 108.6 +1:28
13 38 Vinzenz Geiger   Germany 103.5 105.4 +1:41
14 22 Hideaki Nagai   Japan 101.0 104.2 +1:46
15 28 Go Yamamoto   Japan 97.5 104.0 +1:46
16 45 Fabian Rießle   Germany 94.5 99.9 +2:03
17 37 Ilkka Herola   Finland 97.0 99.7 +2:04
18 26 Bryan Fletcher   United States 97.5 99.0 +2:06
19 14 Jason Lamy-Chappuis   France 96.0 97.7 +2:12
20 19 Szczepan Kupczak   Poland 97.0 96.8 +2:15
21 21 Ernest Yahin   Olympic Athletes from Russia 96.0 96.7 +2:16
22 8 Ondřej Pažout   Czech Republic 97.5 95.8 +2:19
23 46 Jørgen Graabak   Norway 90.0 93.6 +2:28
24 32 Antoine Gérard   France 96.5 92.9 +2:31
25 36 Wilhelm Denifl   Austria 92.0 92.3 +2:33
26 24 Tim Hug   Switzerland 97.0 90.9 +2:39
27 13 Vid Vrhovnik   Slovenia 92.5 90.4 +2:41
28 18 Miroslav Dvořák   Czech Republic 95.5 89.3 +2:43
29 30 Tomáš Portyk   Czech Republic 89.5 89.3 +2:45
30 3 Aaron Kostner   Italy 93.5 89.2 +2:46
31 47 Jan Schmid   Norway 88.0 88.8 +2:47
32 16 Paweł Słowiok   Poland 92.5 88.3 +2:49
33 23 Bernhard Gruber   Austria 91.5 88.2 +2:50
34 25 Arttu Mäkiaho   Finland 91.0 85.2 +3:02
34 17 Hannu Manninen   Finland 90.0 85.2 +3:02
36 15 Viktor Pasichnyk   Ukraine 89.5 84.0 +3:06
37 9 Ben Loomis   United States 86.5 79.5 +3:24
38 31 Alessandro Pittin   Italy 89.0 77.4 +3:33
39 10 Taylor Fletcher   United States 86.0 76.4 +3:37
40 11 Raffaele Buzzi   Italy 88.0 74.6 +3:44
41 6 Lukas Runggaldier   Italy 85.0 73.6 +3:48
42 4 Park Je-un   South Korea 86.0 73.3 +3:49
43 12 Karl-August Tiirmaa   Estonia 87.0 68.9 +4:07
44 7 Adam Cieślar   Poland 81.0 68.7 +4:08
45 2 Wojciech Marusarz   Poland 79.5 61.3 +4:37
46 20 Marjan Jelenko   Slovenia 73.5 60.4 +4:41
47 1 Jasper Good   United States 76.0 58.8 +4:47
5 Lukáš Daněk   Czech Republic DSQ

Cross-countryEdit

The cross-country part was held at 18:00.[6]

Rank Bib Name Country Start time Cross-country
time
Cross-country
rank
Finish time Deficit
  5 Eric Frenzel   Germany 0:36 24:15.4 6 24:51.4
  3 Akito Watabe   Japan 0:28 24:28.2 9 24:56.2 +4.8
  4 Lukas Klapfer   Austria 0:32 24:37.5 11 25:09.5 +18.1
4 2 Jarl Magnus Riiber   Norway 0:15 24:58.9 23 25:13.9 +22.5
5 11 Johannes Rydzek   Germany 1:26 23:53.3 3 25:19.3 +27.9
6 6 Eero Hirvonen   Finland 0:50 24:53.0 19 25:43.0 +51.6
7 16 Fabian Rießle   Germany 2:03 23:53.7 4 25:56.7 +1:05.3
8 17 Ilkka Herola   Finland 2:04 23:52.9 2 25:56.9 +1:05.5
9 13 Vinzenz Geiger   Germany 1:41 24:15.9 7 25:56.9 +1:05.5
10 7 Espen Andersen   Norway 0:54 25:11.1 28 26:05.1 +1:13.7
11 10 Maxime Laheurte   France 1:20 24:54.5 21 26:14.5 +1:23.1
12 8 Yoshito Watabe   Japan 1:05 25:11.2 29 26:16.2 +1:24.8
13 1 Franz-Josef Rehrl   Austria 0:00 26:29.5 44 26:29.5 +1:38.1
14 14 Hideaki Nagai   Japan 1:46 24:44.5 16 26:30.5 +1:39.1
15 12 François Braud   France 1:28 25:12.5 30 26:40.5 +1:49.1
16 9 Kristjan Ilves   Estonia 1:11 25:52.3 38 27:03.3 +2:11.9
17 18 Bryan Fletcher   United States 2:06 24:57.6 22 27:03.6 +2:12.2
18 23 Jørgen Graabak   Norway 2:28 24:53.3 20 27:21.3 +2:29.9
19 38 Alessandro Pittin   Italy 3:33 23:48.9 1 27:21.9 +2:30.5
20 33 Bernhard Gruber   Austria 2:50 24:32.1 10 27:22.1 +2:30.7
21 28 Miroslav Dvořák   Czech Republic 2:43 24:40.4 14 27:23.4 +2:32.0
22 32 Paweł Słowiok   Poland 2:49 24:37.6 12 27:26.6 +2:35.2
23 35 Hannu Manninen   Finland 3:02 24:27.8 8 27:29.8 +2:38.4
24 29 Tomáš Portyk   Czech Republic 2:45 24:46.4 17 27:31.4 +2:40.0
25 31 Jan Schmid   Norway 2:47 24:47.8 18 27:34.8 +2:43.4
26 24 Antoine Gérard   France 2:31 25:05.8 26 27:36.8 +2:45.4
27 26 Tim Hug   Switzerland 2:39 24:59.4 25 27:38.4 +2:47.0
28 27 Vid Vrhovnik   Slovenia 2:41 24:58.9 23 27:39.9 +2:48.5
29 25 Wilhelm Denifl   Austria 2:33 25:08.8 27 27:41.8 +2:50.4
30 36 Viktor Pasichnyk   Ukraine 3:06 24:40.1 13 27:46.1 +2:54.7
31 19 Jason Lamy-Chappuis   France 2:12 25:36.9 35 27:48.9 +2:57.5
32 41 Lukas Runggaldier   Italy 3:48 24:03.2 5 27:51.2 +2:59.8
33 15 Go Yamamoto   Japan 1:46 26:11.1 42 27:57.1 +3:05.7
34 22 Ondřej Pažout   Czech Republic 2:19 25:46.8 37 28:05.8 +3:14.4
35 39 Taylor Fletcher   United States 3:37 24:42.2 15 28:19.2 +3:27.8
36 34 Arttu Mäkiaho   Finland 3:02 25:25.3 31 28:27.3 +3:35.9
37 30 Aaron Kostner   Italy 2:46 25:44.4 36 28:30.4 +3:39.0
38 21 Ernest Yahin   Olympic Athletes from Russia 2:16 26:18.3 43 28:34.3 +3:42.9
39 20 Szczepan Kupczak   Poland 2:15 26:47.6 45 29:02.6 +4:11.2
40 40 Raffaele Buzzi   Italy 3:44 25:29.1 33 29:13.1 +4:21.7
41 37 Ben Loomis   United States 3:24 25:56.8 40 29:20.8 +4:29.4
42 44 Adam Cieślar   Poland 4:08 25:30.7 34 29:38.7 +4:47.3
43 43 Karl-August Tiirmaa   Estonia 4:07 25:58.2 41 30:05.2 +5:13.8
44 46 Marjan Jelenko   Slovenia 4:41 25:27.5 32 30:08.5 +5:17.1
45 47 Jasper Good   United States 4:47 25:52.8 39 30:39.8 +5:48.4
46 42 Park Je-un   South Korea 3:49 27:07.5 47 30:56.5 +6:05.1
47 45 Wojciech Marusarz   Poland 4:37 26:50.5 46 31:27.5 +6:36.1

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Venues". www.pyeongchang2018.com/. Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Organizing Committee for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Retrieved 26 December 2017.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Geffrotin, Thibaud (13 February 2018). "JO 2018 - Jason Lamy-Chappuis : vol n° 2018 direction Pyeongchang". Le Point. Retrieved 14 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Qualification Systems for XXII Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang 2018 Cross-country skiing" (PDF). International Ski Federation (FIS). 13 April 2017. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  5. ^ Ski jumping results
  6. ^ Final results