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

The Women's normal hill individual competition of the Beijing 2022 Olympics was held on 5 February, at the Snow Ruyi hill in Zhangjiakou.[1]

Women's normal hill individual
at the XXIV Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
VenueSnow Ruyi, Zhangjiakou
Date5 February
Competitors40 from 16 nations
Winning points239.0
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Urša Bogataj  Slovenia
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Katharina Althaus  Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Nika Križnar  Slovenia
← 2018

SummaryEdit

Urša Bogataj of Slovenia won the event; it was also her first Olympic medal. Katharina Althaus of Germany repeated her 2018 performance and won the silver medal, thereby becoming the first woman who won multiple Olympic medals in ski jumping. Nika Križnar, also from Slovenia, won bronze. It was Slovenia's first ever gold medal in ski jumping.[2]

The 2018 champion, Maren Lundby, withdrew from the Olympics.[3] The 2018 silver medalist, Althaus, and the bronze medalist, Sara Takanashi, both qualified. Ema Klinec competed as the 2021 World champion. Marita Kramer was leading the 2021–22 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup at the start of the Olympics, having won six out of eleven events before the Olympics. However, she had to withdraw from the games due to a coronavirus infection.[4] In the World Cup ranking, she was followed by Althaus and Bogataj.

Althaus was leading after the first round, with Bogataj second and Križnar third. In the final round, Bogataj jumped six meters further than Althaus, and won the competition with an overall score of 239 points.[2]

QualificationEdit

ResultsEdit

The final was started at 18:45.[5][6]

Rank Bib Name Country Round 1 Final round Total
Distance (m) Points Rank Distance (m) Points Rank Points
  39 Urša Bogataj   Slovenia 108.0 118.0 2 100.0 121.0 1 239.0
  40 Katharina Althaus   Germany 105.5 121.1 1 94.0 115.7 3 236.8
  37 Nika Križnar   Slovenia 103.0 113.9 3 99.5 118.1 2 232.0
4 36 Sara Takanashi   Japan 98.5 108.7 5 100.0 115.4 4 224.1
5 38 Ema Klinec   Slovenia 100.0 112.1 4 90.5 103.3 6 215.4
6 35 Silje Opseth   Norway 92.5 94.7 12 95.0 105.8 5 200.5
7 22 Irina Avvakumova   ROC 95.0 99.6 9 89.5 96.7 8 196.3
8 30 Lisa Eder   Austria 92.0 92.3 15 90.0 101.1 7 193.4
9 29 Špela Rogelj   Slovenia 93.0 101.7 8 82.0 82.5 18 184.2
10 7 Irma Makhinia   ROC 90.0 85.4 17 90.0 95.5 9 180.9
11 32 Joséphine Pagnier   France 96.0 102.1 7 78.5 77.4 22 179.5
12 34 Daniela Iraschko-Stolz   Austria 91.5 94.1 14 80.5 83.9 16 178.0
13 26 Yuki Ito   Japan 94.0 95.5 10 82.0 81.2 20 176.7
14 21 Yūka Setō   Japan 94.5 94.6 13 83.5 81.9 19 176.5
15 31 Anna Odine Strøm   Norway 91.5 91.5 16 84.0 84.5 15 176.0
16 23 Frida Westman   Sweden 87.0 80.9 21 90.0 94.6 10 175.5
17 25 Aleksandra Kustova   ROC 88.0 81.4 20 85.0 90.0 13 171.4
18 27 Kaori Iwabuchi   Japan 94.5 94.8 11 83.0 74.8 24 169.6
19 20 Juliane Seyfarth   Germany 86.0 78.7 23 88.0 89.9 14 168.6
20 33 Eva Pinkelnig   Austria 87.0 83.9 18 84.0 82.6 17 166.5
21 28 Thea Minyan Bjørseth   Norway 99.5 104.1 6 73.0 59.9 29 164.0
22 19 Selina Freitag   Germany 80.0 69.8 28 90.0 93.2 11 163.0
23 15 Abigail Strate   Canada 75.5 71.7 26 84.5 90.2 12 161.9
24 24 Pauline Heßler   Germany 89.5 80.9 21 83.0 80.7 21 161.6
25 17 Daniela Haralambie   Romania 88.5 83.0 19 79.5 73.2 25 156.2
26 13 Sofia Tikhonova   ROC 78.5 70.3 27 83.0 76.5 23 146.8
27 18 Julia Kykkänen   Finland 82.5 72.6 25 75.0 67.5 26 140.1
28 14 Karolína Indráčková   Czech Republic 82.0 77.4 24 65.0 53.3 30 130.7
29 4 Jessica Malsiner   Italy 76.5 62.0 30 75.5 62.4 27 124.4
30 2 Anežka Indráčková   Czech Republic 79.0 62.8 29 72.5 60.5 28 123.3
31 6 Dong Bing   China 73.0 57.3 31 Did not advance
32 11 Jenny Rautionaho   Finland 66.5 48.5 32
33 5 Klára Ulrichová   Czech Republic 70.5 48.2 33
34 12 Julia Clair   France 64.0 43.3 34
35 8 Kinga Rajda   Poland 69.0 40.9 35
36 9 Nicole Konderla   Poland 64.0 37.8 36
37 1 Anna Hoffmann   United States 64.5 36.2 37
38 3 Peng Qingyue   China 63.5 31.3 38
10 Sophie Sorschag   Austria Disqualified
16 Alexandria Loutitt   Canada

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games Competition Schedule Version 9" (PDF). New.inews.gtimg.com. Retrieved 31 January 2022.
  2. ^ a b "Ena tekma, dve (zgodovinski) medalji: Bogataj olimpijska prvakinja, Križnar bronasta!" (in Slovenian). RTV Slovenija. 5 February 2022. Retrieved 5 February 2022.
  3. ^ Lund, Tommy (2 February 2022). "Ski jumping-Norway hoping for gold despite Olympic champion Lundby's absence". Reuters.
  4. ^ "Skispringster Kramer zes dagen voor olympisch debuut positief getest op corona". Nos.nl (in Dutch). 30 January 2022.
  5. ^ Round 1 results
  6. ^ Final results