Ski jumping at the 1932 Winter Olympics

At the 1932 Winter Olympics one individual ski jumping event was contested. It was held on Friday, February 12, 1932.[1]

Ski jumping
at the III Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
VenueLake Placid Olympic Ski Jumping Complex
DatesFebruary 12
Competitors34 from 10 nations
Winning Score228.1
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Birger Ruud  Norway
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Hans Beck  Norway
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Kåre Walberg  Norway
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MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
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details
Birger Ruud
  Norway
Hans Beck
  Norway
Kaare Wahlberg
  Norway

ResultsEdit

The competition took place at "Intervales Hill" with a K-Point of 61 meters.[2]

Place Ski jumper Total
1   Birger Ruud (NOR) 228.1
2   Hans Beck (NOR) 227.0
3   Kaare Wahlberg (NOR) 219.5
4   Sven Eriksson (SWE) 218.9
5   Caspar Oimoen (USA) 216.7
6   Fritz Kaufmann (SUI) 215.8
7   Sigmund Ruud (NOR) 215.1
8   Goro Adachi (JPN) 210.7
9   Cesare Chiogna (SUI) 209.8
10   Erik Rylander (SWE) 206.0
11   Holger Schön (SWE) 201.8
12   Bronisław Czech (POL) 200.7
13   Peder Falstad (USA) 199.5
14   Ernesto Zardini (ITA) 196.7
15   John Steele (USA) 196.7
16   Ingenuino Dallagio (ITA) 194.9
17   Stanisław Marusarz (POL) 192.5
18   Fritz Steuri (SUI) 192.4
19   Bob Lymburne (CAN) 192.1
20   Jacques Landry (CAN) 187.3
21   Antonín Bartoň (TCH) 186.1
22   Andrzej Marusarz (POL) 185.9
23   František Šimůnek (TCH) 183.2
24   Ján Cífka (TCH) 172.5
25   Harald Paumgarten (AUT) 163.4
26   Jaroslav Feistauer (TCH) 163.0
27   Severino Menardi (ITA) 161.6
28   Mitsutake Makita (JPN) 134.2
29   Arnold Stone (CAN) 114.5
30   Leslie Gagne (CAN) 110.5
31   Yoichi Takata (JPN) 91.1
32   Katsumi Yamada (JPN) 70.0
  Roy Mikkelsen (USA) (52.0)
  Harald Bosio (AUT) (29.0)

Participating nationsEdit

A total of 34 ski jumpers from ten nations competed at the Lake Placid Games:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ski Jumping at the 1932 Lake Placid Winter Games". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 24 August 2019.
  2. ^ Henauer, Kurt (FIS PR and Media Coordinator Ski Jumping). "hill lengths." E-mail to Chris Miller. 5 Jun 2006

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