Ski jumping at the 2022 Winter Olympics – Mixed team

The inaugural Mixed team normal hill competition of the Beijing 2022 Olympics was held on 7 February 2022 at the Snow Ruyi hill in Zhangjiakou.[1]

Mixed team
at the XXIV Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
VenueSnow Ruyi, Zhangjiakou
Date7 February 2022
Competitors40 from 10 nations
Teams10
Winning points1,001.5
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Nika Križnar
Timi Zajc
Urša Bogataj
Peter Prevc
 Slovenia
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Irma Makhinia
Danil Sadreev
Irina Avvakumova
Evgenii Klimov
 ROC
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Alexandria Loutitt
Matthew Soukup
Abigail Strate
Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes
 Canada
2026 →

In July 2018, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) officially added the mixed team event to the Olympic program.[2][3]

SummaryEdit

Germany were the 2021 World champion, with Norway and Austria being the silver and bronze medalists, respectively. Only one mixed team event was held in the framework of the 2021–22 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup before the Olympics; Slovenia won, followed by Norway and Austria.[4]

The event was won by Slovenia, whose first Olympic gold had been won two days earlier by Urša Bogataj, who was also part of the mixed team. Second was the team of the Russian Olympic Committee, and Canada won the bronze medal. For Canada this medal is historic, as it marked the country's first ever medal in ski jumping at the Winter Olympics.[5][6] For Russia, it was the first medal in ski jumping as a separate state, and the first medal since 1968, when Vladimir Belousov, representing the Soviet Union, won the large hill competition.

Slovenia, represented by Nika Križnar and Urša Bogataj, 2022 medalists, Peter Prevc, the 2014 silver and bronze medalist, and Timi Zajc, was first in both rounds. Germany, considered the favorite, failed to advance to the second round because Katharina Althaus was disqualified for a suit violation. Japan and Austria also had one jumper disqualified in the first round, and Norway, which was second in the first round, had two jumpers disqualified in the second round. These teams, which also featured Olympic medalists, were thus shifted out of medal contention. As a result, the Russian Olympic committee emerged as a surprising silver medalist, and Canada won bronze, only eight points ahead of Japan.[7]

ScheduleEdit

CompetitionEdit

GMT Date Event Round
10:30 AM   7 February 2022   Trial round TR
11:45 AM   1st round 1R
12:50 PM   Final round 2R

QualificationEdit

ResultsEdit

The final started at 19:44.[8][9]

Rank Bib Country Round 1 Final round Total
Distance (m) Points Rank Distance (m) Points Rank Points
  9
9–1
9–2
9–3
9–4
  Slovenia
Nika Križnar
Timi Zajc
Urša Bogataj
Peter Prevc

101.0
97.5
106.0
101.5
506.4
126.6
120.4
133.1
126.3
1
99.5
100.0
100.0
101.5
495.1
121.5
123.0
124.3
126.3
1 1,001.5
248.1
243.4
257.4
252.6
  4
4–1
4–2
4–3
4–4
  ROC
Irma Makhinia
Danil Sadreev
Irina Avvakumova
Evgenii Klimov

86.0
99.5
92.0
100.5
448.8
92.4
124.1
105.8
126.5
3
81.5
100.5
91.5
103.0
441.5
81.4
125.8
103.7
130.6
4 890.3
173.8
249.9
209.5
257.1
  2
2–1
2–2
2–3
2–4
  Canada
Alexandria Loutitt
Matthew Soukup
Abigail Strate
Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes

84.0
87.0
93.5
101.5
415.4
87.6
94.1
108.3
125.4
4
90.0
89.0
91.5
101.5
429.2
101.4
97.1
102.6
128.1
5 844.6
189.0
191.2
210.9
253.5
4 6
6–1
6–2
6–3
6–4
  Japan
Sara Takanashi
Yukiya Satō
Yuki Ito
Ryōyū Kobayashi

DSQ
99.5
93.0
102.5
359.9
0.0
122.9
106.9
130.1
8
98.5
100.5
88.0
106.0
476.4
118.9
122.7
97.3
137.5
2 836.3
118.9
245.6
204.2
267.6
5 10
10–1
10–2
10–3
10–4
  Austria
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz
Stefan Kraft
Lisa Eder
Manuel Fettner

DSQ
102.0
96.0
101.0
370.7
0.0
130.2
113.1
127.4
6
84.0
102.0
90.5
102.0
447.3
86.4
131.2
101.8
127.9
3 818.0
86.4
261.4
214.9
255.3
6 5
5–1
5–2
5–3
5–4
  Poland
Nicole Konderla
Dawid Kubacki
Kinga Rajda
Kamil Stoch

75.5
96.0
80.5
99.5
386.1
67.8
114.6
78.4
125.3
5
72.5
101.0
73.5
102.5
377.1
61.3
123.6
61.4
130.8
6 763.2
129.1
238.2
139.8
256.1
7 3
3–1
3–2
3–3
3–4
  Czech Republic
Klára Ulrichová
Čestmír Kožíšek
Karolína Indráčková
Roman Koudelka

78.5
91.0
78.0
93.0
362.5
76.2
104.5
74.3
107.5
7
73.5
92.5
83.0
92.5
360.3
61.5
106.8
84.5
107.5
7 722.8
137.7
211.3
158.8
215.0
8 7
7–1
7–2
7–3
7–4
  Norway
Anna Odine Strøm
Robert Johansson
Silje Opseth
Marius Lindvik

92.0
99.5
91.0
102.5
457.4
104.5
123.2
101.4
128.3
2
DSQ
100.5
DSQ
100.5
250.5
0.0
124.9
0.0
125.6
8 707.9
104.5
248.1
101.4
253.9
9 8
8–1
8–2
8–3
8–4
  Germany
Selina Freitag
Constantin Schmid
Katharina Althaus
Karl Geiger

88.0
101.0
DSQ
101.5
350.9
95.4
127.7
0.0
127.8
9 Did not advance 350.9
95.4
127.7
0.0
127.8
10 1
1–1
1–2
1–3
1–4
  China
Dong Bing
Song Qiwu
Peng Qingyue
Zhao Jiawen

76.0
71.5
65.0
74.0
229.8
69.4
57.7
42.0
60.7
10 229.8
69.4
57.7
42.0
60.7

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games Competition Schedule Version 9" (PDF). New.inews.gtimg.com. Retrieved 31 January 2022.
  2. ^ "Aerials mixed team and freeski big air to be included in Beijing 2022 Olympic programme". www.fis-ski.com/. International Ski Federation (FIS). 18 July 2021. Retrieved 5 September 2021.
  3. ^ Zaccardi, Nick (18 July 2018). "Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics add seven new events". www.olympics.nbcsports.com/. NBC. Retrieved 6 September 2021.
  4. ^ FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2021 – Mixed team normal hill results
  5. ^ "Canadian ski jumpers win Olympic bronze in mixed team event". www.cbc.ca/. CBC Sports. 7 February 2022. Retrieved 7 February 2022.
  6. ^ "Canadians earn first ski jumping medal in history, winning team bronze". www.sportsnet.ca/. Sportsnet. 7 February 2022. Retrieved 7 February 2022.
  7. ^ Phillips, Mitch (7 February 2022). "Ski Jumping-Slovenia win mixed team gold amid DQ chaos". Reuters.
  8. ^ Round 1 results
  9. ^ Final results