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Nordic combined at the 1976 Winter Olympics

 

Nordic combined at the 1976 Winter Olympics

Nordic Combined
at the XII Olympic Winter Games
Venue Seefeld in Tirol
Dates 8-9 February
Competitors 34 from 14 nations
Winning Score 423.390
Medalists
Gold medal    East Germany
Silver medal    West Germany
Bronze medal    East Germany

Nordic combined at the 1976 Winter Olympics, consisted of one event, held from 8 February to 9 February at Seefeld. [1]

Contents

  • Medal summary 1
    • Medal table 1.1
    • Events 1.2
  • Individual 2
  • Participating NOCs 3
  • References 4

Medal summary

Medal table

[1]
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 East Germany 1 0 1 2
2 West Germany 0 1 0 1
Total 1 1 1 3

Germany won all three medals, with the East Germans topping the table with two and West Germany winning the third.

Events

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
 Ulrich Wehling
East Germany (GDR)
423.39  Urban Hettich
West Germany (FRG)
418.90  Konrad Winkler
East Germany (GDR)
417.47

Individual

Athletes did three normal hill ski jumps, with the lowest score dropped. They then raced a 15 kilometre cross-country course, with the time converted to points. The athlete with the highest combined points score was awarded the gold medal.[1]

Rank Name Country Ski Jumping Cross-country Total
Jump 1 Jump 2 Jump 3 Total Rank Time Points Rank
Ulrich Wehling East Germany 112.0 112.5 113.0 225.5 1 50:28.9 197.89 13 423.39
Urban Hettich West Germany 97.1 98.7 100.2 198.9 11 48:01.5 220.00 1 418.90
Konrad Winkler East Germany 107.0 105.9 106.9 213.9 4 49:51.1 203.57 7 417.47
4 Rauno Miettinen Finland 109.3 110.6 101.4 219.9 2 51:12.2 191.40 19 411.30
5 Claus Tuchscherer East Germany 103.2 109.1 109.6 218.7 3 51:16.1 190.81 20 409.51
6 Nikolay Nogovitsyn Soviet Union 99.5 95.2 96.6 196.1 16 49:06.0 210.34 3 406.44
7 Valery Kopayev Soviet Union 102.2 94.4 100.7 202.9 9 49:53.3 203.24 8 406.14
8 Tom Sandberg Norway 96.3 94.7 99.4 195.7 17 49:09.3 209.83 4 405.53
9 Pål Schjetne Norway 97.2 102.1 102.3 204.4 7 50:27.0 198.19 12 402.59
10 Erkki Kilpinen Finland 70.5 100.9 102.2 203.1 8 50:20.5 199.16 11 402.26
11 Jukka Kuvaja Finland 98.9 87.8 98.4 197.3 13 50:03.3 201.74 9 399.04
12 Josef Pospíšil Czechoslovakia 95.0 94.7 102.9 197.9 12 50:14.7 200.03 10 397.93
13 Günter Deckert East Germany 74.0 95.1 99.1 194.2 18 49:51.0 203.58 6 397.78
14 Günther Abel West Germany 101.2 91.7 95.6 196.8 14 50:29.8 197.77 14 394.57
15 František Zeman Czechoslovakia 89.2 94.7 95.2 189.9 21 51:00.2 193.21 16 383.11
16 Stefan Hula Poland 98.7 101.0 104.9 205.9 6 52:48.4 176.98 26 382.88
17 Jim Galanes United States 88.6 90.6 93.5 184.1 25 50:34.7 197.03 15 381.13
18 Jan Legierski Poland 88.9 86.8 85.8 175.7 28 49:39.0 205.38 5 381.08
19 Karl Lustenberger Switzerland 101.8 100.7 98.4 202.5 10 52:57.5 175.60 27 378.10
20 Marek Pach Poland 94.7 93.2 96.6 191.3 19 52:05.0 183.49 22 374.79
21 Yuji Katsuro Japan 91.6 104.5 105.3 209.8 5 54:15.7 163.87 29 373.67
22 Stein Erik Gullikstad Norway 79.5 72.5 82.6 162.1 31 49:04.1 210.62 2 372.72
23 Aleksey Baranov Soviet Union 93.7 92.0 88.1 185.7 23 51:58.4 184.47 21 370.17
24 Jorma Etelälahti Finland 92.7 74.3 92.4 185.1 24 52:05.8 183.36 23 368.46
25 Jacques Gaillard France 89.1 91.1 89.9 181.0 27 52:08.9 182.90 24 363.90
26 Fritz Koch Austria 93.2 95.2 93.9 189.1 22 53:04.7 174.52 28 363.62
27 Arne Bystøl Norway 80.1 81.9 84.6 166.5 30 51:02.8 192.81 17 359.31
28 Mike Devecka United States 77.0 69.6 74.6 151.6 32 51:06.4 192.28 18 343.88
29 Walter Malmquist United States 80.1 90.0 91.3 181.3 26 54:40.4 160.17 30 341.47
30 Michio Kubota Japan 93.7 98.4 97.9 196.3 15 56:39.4 142.32 32 338.62
31 Francesco Giacomelli Italy 89.1 94.2 96.1 190.3 20 56:08.8 146.92 31 337.22
32 Modesto De Silvestro Italy 71.1 68.7 26.2 139.8 33 52:27.6 180.09 25 319.89
33 Kurt Sjolund Canada 66.1 27.7 57.9 124.0 34 58:13.4 128.22 33 252.22
- Stanisław Kawulok Poland 83.7 81.5 89.1 172.8 29 DNF DNF - -

Participating NOCs

Fourteen nations participated in nordic combined at the Innsbruck Games.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Final Report - XII. Olympische Winterspiele Innsbruck 1976" (PDF). Organizing Committee for the XIIth Winter Olympic Games 1976. LA84 Foundation. 1976. Retrieved January 20, 2014. 

Sports-Reference - 1976 Olympics - Nordic Combined

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