Ski jumping at the 2022 Winter Olympics – Men's normal hill individual

The men's normal hill individual competition of the Beijing 2022 Olympics was held on 5–6 February, at the Snow Ruyi hill in Zhangjiakou.[1] The event was won by Ryōyū Kobayashi of Japan became the Olympic champion. Manuel Fettner of Austria won the silver medal, and Dawid Kubacki of Poland the bronze medal. For Kobayashi and Fettner this was the first ever Olympic medal, and for Kubacki the first individual Olympic medal.

Men's normal hill individual
at the XXIV Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
VenueSnow Ruyi, Zhangjiakou
Date5–6 February
Competitors53 from 20 nations
Winning points275.0
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Ryōyū Kobayashi  Japan
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Manuel Fettner  Austria
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Dawid Kubacki  Poland
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SummaryEdit

The 2018 champion, Andreas Wellinger, did not qualify for the Olympics. The silver medalist, Johann André Forfang, and the bronze medalist, Robert Johansson, qualified, but Forfang did not participate in this event. Piotr Żyła is the 2021 World champion. Karl Geiger and Anže Lanišek are the silver and bronze medalists, respectively. Geiger was leading the 2021–22 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup at the start of the Olympics, followed by Ryōyū Kobayashi, Halvor Egner Granerud, and Marius Lindvik.

Kobayashi won the first spring, six points ahead of Peter Prevc. Kamil Stoch, the 2014 champion, was in the third position. In the second jump, Dawid Kubacki, wo was eight in the first round, jumped at 103 m and took the lead. Manuel Fettner, who was fifth, jumped at 104 m, and took the lead as well. Evgenii Klimov, Stoch, and Prevc all demonstrated jumps insufficient for a medal, but Kobayashi with a 99.5 m jump won gold. Kobayashi became the first Japanese athlete to win the ski jumping event after the 1998 games in Nagano, Japan, and second Japanese athlete to win the individual normal hill event after Yukio Kasaya in 1972. This was also the first time that a Japanese athlete won a gold medal in a ski jumping event outside of Japan.

ScheduleEdit

Official trainingEdit

GMT Date Event Round Country Winner Distance
12:00 PM   3 February 2022   Official training 1 R1   Austria Manuel Fettner 101.0 m (331.4 ft)  
R2   Norway Halvor Egner Granerud 103.5 m (340 ft)  
R3   ROC Evgenii Klimov 101.5 m (333 ft)  
6:00 AM   4 February 2022   Official training 2 R1   Poland Kamil Stoch 101.0 m (331.4 ft)  
R2   Slovenia Peter Prevc 103.0 m (337.9 ft)  
R3   Slovenia Lovro Kos 104.5 m (343 ft)  

QualifyingEdit

GMT Date Event Round Country Winner Distance
5:15 AM   5 February 2022   Trial round TR   Japan Ryōyū Kobayashi 106.5 m (349 ft)  
6:20 AM   Qualifications Q   Norway Marius Lindvik 100.5 m (330 ft)  

CompetitionEdit

GMT Date Event Round Country Winner Distance
10:00 AM   6 February 2022   Trial round TR   ROC Evgenii Klimov 96.0 m (315.0 ft)  
11:00 AM   1st round 1R   Japan Ryōyū Kobayashi 104.5 m (343 ft)  
12:00 PM   Final round 2R   Austria Manuel Fettner 104.0 m (341.2 ft)  

QualificationEdit

ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

50 ski jumpers qualified for the finals.[2]

Rank Bib Name Country Distance (m) Distance points Judges points Total Notes
1 50 Marius Lindvik   Norway 100.5 71.0 54.5 116.7 Q
2 43 Robert Johansson   Norway 103.0 76.0 56.0 116.6 Q
3 34 Piotr Żyła   Poland 102.5 75.0 55.5 112.1 Q
4 52 Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 99.0 68.0 54.0 111.4 Q
5 46 Stefan Kraft   Austria 100.0 70.0 55.5 108.5 Q
6 37 Manuel Fettner   Austria 102.0 74.0 54.0 107.5 Q
7 32 Gregor Deschwanden   Switzerland 96.5 63.0 52.5 106.4 Q
8 21 Antti Aalto   Finland 98.5 67.0 53.5 105.0 Q
9 53 Karl Geiger   Germany 97.5 65.0 54.0 103.9 Q
10 41 Yukiya Satō   Japan 100.0 70.0 53.5 103.6 Q
11 39 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 95.5 61.0 52.0 101.6 Q
12 27 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 96.0 62.0 48.5 100.4 Q
13 26 Vladimir Zografski   Bulgaria 97.5 65.0 52.5 99.7 Q
14 30 Evgenii Klimov   ROC 95.5 61.0 52.5 99.5 Q
15 49 Anže Lanišek   Slovenia 94.0 58.0 52.5 98.5 Q
16 28 Dawid Kubacki   Poland 94.0 58.0 52.0 98.3 Q
17 22 Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes   Canada 94.5 59.0 51.5 97.1 Q
18 29 Danil Sadreev   ROC 92.5 55.0 49.0 97.0 Q
19 17 Roman Koudelka   Czech Republic 93.5 57.0 52.5 93.4 Q
20 44 Killian Peier   Switzerland 93.0 56.0 52.0 92.8 Q
21 18 Giovanni Bresadola   Italy 94.0 58.0 52.0 91.8 Q
22 7 Čestmír Kožíšek   Czech Republic 93.0 56.0 51.5 91.4 Q
23 48 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 91.0 52.0 51.0 90.8 Q
23 45 Daniel Huber   Austria 90.0 50.0 51.0 90.8 Q
25 24 Dominik Peter   Switzerland 91.5 53.0 51.0 88.9 Q
26 31 Junshirō Kobayashi   Japan 93.0 56.0 51.0 88.2 Q
27 16 Stefan Hula   Poland 90.5 51.0 51.0 87.9 Q
28 51 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 90.0 50.0 50.5 87.4 Q
29 33 Naoki Nakamura   Japan 88.5 47.0 50.0 87.0 Q
30 42 Timi Zajc   Slovenia 88.0 46.0 51.0 84.3 Q
31 19 Mikhail Nazarov   ROC 86.5 43.0 47.0 81.4 Q
32 3 Kevin Maltsev   Estonia 89.5 49.0 49.5 80.2 Q
33 25 Roman Trofimov   ROC 86.0 42.0 49.5 80.0 Q
33 23 Artti Aigro   Estonia 86.0 42.0 49.5 80.0 Q
35 40 Lovro Kos   Slovenia 87.0 44.0 49.5 79.0 Q
36 35 Kamil Stoch   Poland 83.5 37.0 49.5 78.7 Q
37 47 Jan Hörl   Austria 87.0 44.0 49.5 78.5 Q
38 36 Peter Prevc   Slovenia 82.0 34.0 49.0 77.0 Q
39 38 Constantin Schmid   Germany 86.5 43.0 49.5 76.0 Q
40 12 Daniel Cacina   Romania 83.5 37.0 48.5 70.9 Q
41 2 Casey Larson   United States 79.0 28.0 48.0 69.8 Q
42 20 Decker Dean   United States 81.0 32.0 48.0 66.6 Q
43 11 Kevin Bickner   United States 78.0 26.0 47.5 61.8 Q
44 8 Patrick Gasienica   United States 81.5 33.0 48.0 61.2 Q
45 6 Andrei Feldorean   Romania 76.5 23.0 48.0 55.0 Q
46 15 Fatih Arda İpcioğlu   Turkey 74.5 19.0 43.5 52.8 Q
47 14 Matthew Soukup   Canada 75.0 20.0 46.5 52.7 Q
48 4 Yevhen Marusiak   Ukraine 73.0 16.0 46.0 49.8 Q
49 13 Danil Vassilyev   Kazakhstan 70.5 11.0 46.5 46.2 Q
50 5 Sergey Tkachenko   Kazakhstan 68.0 6.0 43.5 43.1 Q
51 9 Filip Sakala   Czech Republic 67.5 5.0 46.5 39.2
52 1 Anton Korchuk   Ukraine 67.5 5.0 46.0 38.0
53 10 Song Qiwu   China 61.5 -7.0 45.0 24.3

FinalEdit

The final was held on 6 February at 19:00.[3][4]

Rank Bib Name Country Round 1 Final round Total
Distance (m) Points Rank Distance (m) Points Rank Points
  49 Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 104.5 145.4 1 99.5 129.6 5 275.0
  34 Manuel Fettner   Austria 102.5 134.5 5 104.0 136.3 1 270.8
  25 Dawid Kubacki   Poland 104.0 133.1 8 103.0 132.8 2 265.9
4 33 Peter Prevc   Slovenia 103.0 139.2 2 99.5 126.2 8 265.4
5 27 Evgenii Klimov   ROC 104.0 135.0 4 100.0 126.5 7 261.5
6 32 Kamil Stoch   Poland 101.5 136.3 3 97.5 124.6 13 260.9
7 47 Marius Lindvik   Norway 96.5 128.4 17 102.5 132.3 3 260.7
8 26 Danil Sadreev   ROC 107.5 134.1 7 98.0 125.3 11 259.4
9 39 Timi Zajc   Slovenia 97.0 128.2 18 104.5 131.1 4 259.3
10 43 Stefan Kraft   Austria 98.0 129.2 14 99.5 128.9 6 258.1
11 35 Constantin Schmid   Germany 102.0 134.4 6 98.0 122.9 18 257.3
12 18 Antti Aalto   Finland 101.5 130.5 10 99.5 125.6 9 256.1
13 42 Daniel Huber   Austria 96.0 128.1 19 101.5 125.5 10 253.6
46 Anže Lanišek   Slovenia 99.0 130.6 9 98.0 123.0 17 253.6
15 50 Karl Geiger   Germany 96.0 127.5 21 99.0 125.3 11 252.8
16 19 Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes   Canada 100.5 129.8 12 100.0 122.8 19 252.6
17 29 Gregor Deschwanden   Switzerland 99.5 127.6 20 99.0 123.2 16 250.8
18 14 Roman Koudelka   Czech Republic 102.0 130.4 11 97.5 119.1 22 249.5
19 44 Jan Hörl   Austria 98.0 128.9 15 97.0 119.9 20 248.8
20 40 Robert Johansson   Norway 97.0 128.8 16 96.0 119.5 21 248.3
21 31 Piotr Żyła   Poland 95.0 121.6 27 99.0 123.9 14 245.5
22 23 Vladimir Zografski   Bulgaria 99.0 126.7 24 97.0 118.6 23 245.3
23 22 Roman Trofimov   ROC 97.5 120.8 29 98.0 123.9 14 244.7
24 36 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 97.5 129.3 13 95.0 115.1 25 244.4
25 24 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 101.0 123.7 25 97.0 115.8 24 239.5
26 13 Stefan Hula   Poland 103.0 127.0 23 93.5 110.8 27 237.8
27 28 Junshirō Kobayashi   Japan 97.5 123.0 26 92.5 111.0 26 234.0
28 37 Lovro Kos   Slovenia 95.0 120.9 28 92.0 108.7 28 229.6
29 6 Čestmír Kožíšek   Czech Republic 100.0 119.3 30 85.0 92.6 29 211.9
30 48 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 97.5 127.4 22 Disqualified 127.4
31 45 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 92.0 118.4 31 Did not advance
32 16 Mikhail Nazarov   ROC 97.0 118.1 32
38 Yukiya Satō   Japan 95.0 118.1 32
34 20 Artti Aigro   Estonia 97.0 116.7 34
35 21 Dominik Peter   Switzerland 95.5 116.0 35
36 12 Fatih Arda İpcioğlu   Turkey 99.0 115.0 36
37 41 Killian Peier   Switzerland 90.5 114.6 37
38 30 Naoki Nakamura   Japan 93.5 114.5 38
39 1 Casey Larson   United States 96.5 113.2 39
40 2 Kevin Maltsev   Estonia 96.5 112.5 40
41 4 Sergey Tkachenko   Kazakhstan 95.0 110.3 41
15 Giovanni Bresadola   Italy 93.5 110.3 41
43 8 Kevin Bickner   United States 95.0 108.1 43
44 17 Decker Dean   United States 90.0 106.6 44
45 11 Matthew Soukup   Canada 92.0 103.0 45
46 10 Danil Vassilyev   Kazakhstan 92.0 101.0 46
47 3 Yevhen Marusiak   Ukraine 91.5 97.4 47
48 9 Daniel Cacina   Romania 89.5 95.8 48
49 7 Patrick Gasienica   United States 87.0 89.8 49
50 5 Andrei Feldorean   Romania 82.0 84.3 50

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games Competition Schedule Version 9" (PDF). New.inews.gtimg.com. Retrieved 31 January 2022.
  2. ^ Qualifying results
  3. ^ Round 1 results
  4. ^ Final results