Ski jumping at the 1960 Winter Olympics

Ski jumping at the 1960 Winter Olympics consisted of one event held on 28 February, taking place at Papoose Peak Jumps.[1][2]

Ski jumping
at the VIII Olympic Winter Games
VenuePapoose Peak Jumps
Dates28 February
Competitors45 from 15 nations
Winning Score227.2
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Helmut Recknagel  United Team of Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Niilo Halonen  Finland
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Otto Leodolter  Austria
← 1956
1964 →

The competition scheduled two jumps per entrant. Standings were determined by a point system under the parameters of combined distance points and "style" points awarded for each attempt, judged by a panel of 5 officials.[3] This event marked the first time the Däscher Technique was used in ski jumping competitions.

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

[1]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United Team of Germany (EUA)1001
2  Finland (FIN)0101
3  Austria (AUT)0011
Totals (3 nations)1113

EventsEdit

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Normal hill
details
Helmut Recknagel
  United Team of Germany
227.2 Niilo Halonen
  Finland
222.6 Otto Leodolter
  Austria
219.4

ResultsEdit

[1]

Rank Athlete Country Jump 1 Jump 2 Total
  Helmut Recknagel   United Team of Germany 113.6 113.6 227.2
  Niilo Halonen   Finland 111.3 111.3 222.6
  Otto Leodolter   Austria 107.6 111.8 219.4
4 Nikolay Kamenskiy   Soviet Union 110.2 106.7 216.9
5 Torbjørn Yggeseth   Norway 106.6 109.5 216.1
6 Max Bolkart   United Team of Germany 104.3 108.3 212.6
7 Ansten Samuelstuen   United States 107.8 103.7 211.5
8 Juhani Kärkinen   Finland 108.3 103.1 211.4
9 K'oba Ts'akadze   Soviet Union 107.0 104.1 211.1
10 Nikolai Schamov   Soviet Union 103.2 107.4 210.6
11 Halvor Næs   Norway 103.1 106.7 209.8
12 Veit Kührt   United Team of Germany 106.1 102.6 208.7
13 Kåre Berg   Norway 100.7 106.7 207.4
14 Alwin Plank   Austria 105.3 101.4 206.7
15 Sadao Kikuchi   Japan 104.1 102.1 206.2
16 Walter Steinegger   Austria 103.3 102.6 205.9
17 Eino Kirjonen   Finland 104.2 101.6 205.8
18 Rolf Strandberg   Sweden 100.0 104.8 204.8
19 Bengt Eriksson   Sweden 99.6 102.4 202.0
20 Andreas Däscher   Switzerland 101.1 100.1 201.2
21 Werner Lesser   United Team of Germany 98.0 102.8 200.8
22 Koichi Sato   Japan 98.4 101.9 200.3
23 Ole Tom Nord   Norway 94.6 105.6 200.2
24 Dino De Zordo   Italy 99.7 99.1 198.8
25 Yosuke Eto   Japan 102.2 95.5 197.7
26 Claude Jean-Prost   France 99.9 96.9 196.8
27 Leonid Fyodorov   Soviet Union 97.2 95.9 193.1
28 Jon St. Andre   United States 92.5 99.8 192.3
29 Inge Lindqvist   Sweden 90.4 99.7 190.1
30 Takashi Matsui   Japan 92.6 97.0 189.6
31 Władysław Tajner   Poland 87.6 100.6 188.2
32 Butch Wedin   United States 93.5 93.6 187.1
33 Jacques Charland   Canada 91.0 95.3 186.3
34 Gerry Gravelle   Canada 94.4 91.0 185.4
35 Willi Egger   Austria 88.1 97.3 185.4
36 Nilo Zandanel   Italy 95.0 89.8 184.8
37 Enzo Perin   Italy 84.8 96.8 181.6
38 Robert Rey   France 87.7 91.6 179.3
39 Luigi Pennacchio   Italy 78.7 92.5 171.2
40 Veikko Kankkonen   Finland 72.0 96.0 168.0
41 Tamás Sudár   Hungary 84.1 81.7 165.8
42 Gene Kotlarek   United States 96.5 68.6 165.1
43 Skarphéðinn Guðmundsson   Iceland 73.0 82.7 155.7
44 Alois Moser   Canada 71.4 79.7 151.1
45 Kjell Sjöberg   Sweden 94.1 33.8 127.9

Participating NOCsEdit

Fifteen nations participated in ski jumping at the Squaw Valley Games.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "VIII Olympic Winter Games Squaw Valley, California 1960 - Final Report" (PDF). California Olympic Commission. LA84 Foundation. 1960. Retrieved 28 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Ski Jumping at the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Games". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 25 August 2019.
  3. ^ "Ski Jumping at the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Games Men's Normal Hill (details)". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 10 December 2013.