FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1995

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FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1995
Host city Thunder Bay, Ontario
Country Canada
Events 15
Dates 9 March 1995 (1995-03-09)
19 March 1995 (1995-03-19)
Main venue Big Thunder

The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1995 took place 9–19 March 1995 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. This marked the second time the championships were held outside of Europe (the first was in the US towns of Lake Placid, New York, and Rumford, Maine, in 1950). The Nordic combined team event was changed from a 3 × 10 km relay to a 4 × 5 km relay for these championships.

Men's cross-country[edit]

10 km classical[edit]

11 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Vladimir Smirnov (KAZ) 24:52.3
Silver  Bjørn Dæhlie (NOR) 25:10.1
Bronze  Mika Myllylä (FIN) 25:11.5

10 km + 15 km combined pursuit[edit]

13 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Vladimir Smirnov (KAZ) 1:06:19.5
Silver  Silvio Fauner (ITA) 1:06:29.7
Bronze  Jari Isometsä (FIN) 1:06:30.0

30 km classical[edit]

9 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Vladimir Smirnov (KAZ) 1:15:52.3
Silver  Bjørn Dæhlie (NOR) 1:16:52.4
Bronze  Alexey Prokurorov (RUS) 1:17:35.6

50 km freestyle[edit]

19 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Silvio Fauner (ITA) 1:56:36.0
Silver  Bjørn Dæhlie (NOR) 1:57:48.5
Bronze  Vladimir Smirnov (KAZ) 1:58:10.7

This marks the first recorded time the 50 km was competed in under two hours.

4 × 10 km relay[edit]

17 March 1995

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Sture Sivertsen, Erling Jevne, Bjørn Dæhlie, Thomas Alsgaard) 1:34:27.1
Silver  Finland (Karri Hietamäki, Harri Kirvesniemi, Jari Räsänen, Jari Isometsä) 1:35:10.5
Bronze  Italy (Fulvio Valbusa, Marco Albarello, Fabio Maj, Silvio Fauner) 1:36:28.4

Women's cross-country[edit]

5 km classical[edit]

12 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Larisa Lazutina (RUS) 15:23.7
Silver  Nina Gavrilyuk (RUS) 15:47.1
Bronze  Manuela Di Centa (ITA) 15:57.8

5 km + 10 km combined pursuit[edit]

14 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Larisa Lazutina (RUS) 43:19.6
Silver  Nina Gavrilyuk (RUS) 43:45.9
Bronze  Olga Danilova (RUS) 43:56.9

15 km classical[edit]

10 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Larisa Lazutina (RUS) 41:27.5
Silver  Yelena Välbe (RUS) 42:39.1
Bronze  Inger Helene Nybråten (NOR) 43:03.2

30 km freestyle[edit]

18 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Yelena Välbe (RUS) 1:15:27.3
Silver  Manuela Di Centa (ITA) 1:16:40.5
Bronze  Antonina Ordina (SWE) 1:16:58.6

4 × 5 km relay[edit]

17 March 1995

Medal Team Time
Gold  Russia (Olga Danilova, Yelena Välbe, Larisa Lazutina, Nina Gavrilyuk) 53:47.6
Silver  Norway (Marit Mikkelsplass, Inger Helene Nybråten, Elin Nilsen, Anita Moen-Guidon) 55:18.6
Bronze  Sweden (Anna Frithioff, Marie-Helene Westin, Antonina Ordina, Anette Fanqvist) 55:18.7

Men's Nordic combined[edit]

15 km individual Gundersen[edit]

9 March 1995

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Fred Børre Lundberg (NOR)
Silver  Jari Mantila (FIN)
Bronze  Sylvain Guillaume (FRA)

4 × 5 km team[edit]

10 March 1995

Medal Team Time
Gold  Japan (Masashi Abe, Tsugiharu Ogiwara, Kenji Ogiwara, Takanori Kono) 56:20.2
Silver  Norway (Halldor Skard, Bjarte Engen Vik, Knut Tore Apeland, Fred Børre Lundberg) 58:14.8
Bronze   Switzerland (Markus Wüst, Armin Krugel, Stefan Wittwer, Jean-Yves Cuendet) 1:01:41.8

Men's ski jumping[edit]

Individual normal hill[edit]

12 March 1995

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Takanobu Okabe (JPN) 266.0
Silver  Hiroya Saito (JPN) 256.5
Bronze  Mika Laitinen (FIN) 243.5

Individual large hill[edit]

18 March 1995

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Tommy Ingebrigtsen (NOR) 272.6
Silver  Andreas Goldberger (AUT) 259.5
Bronze  Jens Weißflog (GER) 229.9

Team large hill[edit]

16 March 1995

Medal Team Points
Gold  Finland (Jani Soininen, Janne Ahonen, Mika Laitinen, Ari-Pekka Nikkola) 889.0
Silver  Germany (Jens Weißflog, Gerd Siegmund, Hansjörg Jäkle, Dieter Thoma) 882.5
Bronze  Japan (Takanobu Okabe, Jinya Nishikata, Hiroya Saito, Naoki Yasuzaki) 836.9

Medal table[edit]

Medal winners by nation. The host country, Canada, did not get any medals.

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 5 3 2 10
2  Norway 3 5 1 9
3  Japan 2 1 1 4
4  Kazakhstan 3 0 1 4
5  Finland 1 2 3 6
6  Italy 1 2 2 5
7  Germany 0 1 1 2
8  Austria 0 1 0 1
9  Sweden 0 0 2 2
10  France 0 0 1 1
10   Switzerland 0 0 1 1
Total 15 15 15 45

References[edit]