Ski jumping at the 1968 Winter Olympics – Large hill individual

The men's large hill individual ski jumping competition for the 1968 Winter Olympics was held in Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte. It occurred on 18 February.[1][2]

Men's large hill individual
at the X Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Pictogram for ski jumping
VenueSaint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte
Dates18 February
Competitors58 from 17 nations
Winning score219.9
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Vladimir Belussov
 Soviet Union
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Jiří Raška
 Czechoslovakia
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Lars Grini
 Norway
← 1964
1972 →

ResultsEdit

[1]

Rank Athlete Country Jump 1 Jump 2 Total
  Vladimir Belussov   Soviet Union 118.0 113.3 231.3
  Jiří Raška   Czechoslovakia 116.3 113.1 229.4
  Lars Grini   Norway 111.5 102.8 214.3
4 Manfred Queck   East Germany 104.0 108.8 212.8
5 Bent Tomtum   Norway 108.3 103.9 212.2
6 Reinhold Bachler   Austria 107.3 103.4 210.7
7 Wolfgang Stöhr   East Germany 106.0 99.9 205.9
8 Anatoly Zheglanov   Soviet Union 108.5 97.2 205.7
9 Ludvik Zajc   Yugoslavia 104.0 99.8 203.8
10 Gilbert Poirot   France 103.7 100.0 203.7
11 Gary Napalkov   Soviet Union 107.0 96.1 203.1
12 Rudolf Höhnl   Czechoslovakia 107.3 95.5 202.8
13 Jan Olaf Roaldset   Norway 109.6 93.0 202.6
14 Józef Przybyła   Poland 106.1 93.1 199.2
15 Dieter Neuendorf   East Germany 100.6 98.2 198.8
16 Giacomo Aimoni   Italy 98.1 97.2 195.3
17 Alain Macle   France 93.7 100.3 194.0
18 Takashi Fujisawa   Japan 116.8 75.9 192.7
19 László Gellér   Hungary 98.9 92.4 191.3
20 Akitsugu Konno   Japan 95.5 95.6 191.1
20 Yukio Kasaya   Japan 97.3 93.8 191.1
22 Max Golser   Austria 98.9 91.5 190.4
23 Bjørn Wirkola   Norway 102.1 87.2 189.3
24 Veikko Kankkonen   Finland 94.2 94.7 188.9
25 Zbyněk Hubač   Czechoslovakia 101.4 87.2 188.6
26 Seiji Aochi   Japan 94.6 90.4 185.0
27 František Rydval   Czechoslovakia 95.2 89.6 184.8
28 Sepp Lichtenegger   Austria 90.8 93.8 184.6
29 Günther Göllner   West Germany 96.6 86.9 183.5
30 Erwin Fiedor   Poland 96.2 83.5 179.7
31 Ryszard Witke   Poland 89.8 89.6 179.4
32 Tord Karlsson   Sweden 92.3 86.9 179.2
33 Henrik Ohlmeyer   West Germany 92.6 85.3 177.9
34 Bill Bakke   United States 90.1 85.4 175.5
35 Jay Rand   United States 90.9 83.8 174.7
36 Franz Keller   West Germany 93.6 80.5 174.1
37 Kurt Elimä   Sweden 88.9 85.1 174.0
38 Peter Štefančič   Yugoslavia 94.0 79.4 173.4
39 Marjan Pečar   Yugoslavia 93.8 79.0 172.8
40 Seppo Reijonen   Finland 84.7 85.4 170.1
41 Vladimir Smirnov   Soviet Union 89.1 80.8 169.9
42 John Balfanz   United States 83.7 86.1 169.8
43 Jay Martin   United States 81.4 82.4 163.8
44 Peter Eržen   Yugoslavia 103.8 57.9 161.7
45 Józef Kocyan   Poland 72.4 86.6 159.0
46 Heini Ihle   West Germany 73.7 82.7 156.4
47 Josef Zehnder   Switzerland 81.5 71.7 153.2
48 Baldur Preiml   Austria 66.1 86.2 152.3
49 Topi Mattila   Finland 56.4 94.1 150.5
50 Juhani Ruotsalainen   Finland 71.6 77.6 149.2
50 Maurice Arbez   France 83.2 66.0 149.2
52 Mats Östman   Sweden 76.6 72.2 148.8
53 Kjell Sjöberg   Sweden 86.1 59.1 145.2
54 Michel Saint Lezer   France 80.6 62.3 142.9
55 Ulf Kvendbo   Canada 69.5 69.2 138.7
56 Mihály Gellér   Hungary 80.6 57.2 137.8
57 John McInnes   Canada 58.5 61.8 120.3
58 Claude Trahan   Canada 40.0 51.0 91.0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Rapport Officiel Xes Jeux Olympiques D'Hiver 1968 Grenoble" (PDF). Comité d'organisation des Xemes jeux olympiques d'hiver. LA84 Foundation. 1968. Retrieved 28 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Ski Jumping at the 1968 Grenoble Winter Games: Men's Large Hill, Individual". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 28 August 2019.