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Ski jumping at the 1976 Winter Olympics

 

Ski jumping at the 1976 Winter Olympics

Ski jumping
at the XII Olympic Winter Games

Pictogram for ski jumping
Venue Bergiselschanze (large hill) & Seefeld (normal hill)
Dates February 7-15
Competitors 62 from 15 nations

Ski jumping at the 1976 Winter Olympics consisted of two events held from 7 February to 15 February, with the large hill event taking place at Bergiselschanze, and the normal hill event at Seefeld.[1]

Contents

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

Medal summary

Medal table

[1]
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Austria (AUT) 1 1 1 3
1  East Germany (GDR) 1 1 1 3
Total 2 2 2 6

Austria and East Germany split the six medals evenly.

Events

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Normal hill individual
 Hans-Georg Aschenbach
East Germany (GDR)
252.0  Jochen Danneberg
East Germany (GDR)
246.2  Karl Schnabl
Austria (AUT)
242.0
Large hill individual
 Karl Schnabl
Austria (AUT)
234.8  Toni Innauer
Austria (AUT)
232.9  Henry Glaß
East Germany (GDR)
221.7

Participating NOCs

[1]

Fifteen nations participated in ski jumping at the Innsbruck Games.

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Final Report - XII. Olympische Winterspiele Innsbruck 1976" (PDF). Organizing Committee for the XIIth Winter Olympic Games 1976. LA84 Foundation. 1976. Retrieved January 28, 2014. 

Sports-Reference - 1976 Olympics - Ski jumping

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