2011–12 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup

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Nordic combined pictogram.svg 2011–12 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Winner
World Cup  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)
Nations Cup  Norway
Competitions
Venues 12
Individual events 23
Team events 3
Competitions cancelled 1

The 2010–11 Nordic Combined World Cup was an international winter sports competition organized by the FIS, which consisted of combined ski jumping and cross-country skiing. It started on 25 November 2011 in Kuusamo, Finland and ended on 10 March 2012 in Oslo, Norway.

Calendar[edit]

Individual events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Date Venue Discipline Winner Second Third Details
1 25 Nov 2011 Kuusamo,  Finland HS 142 / 10 km  Magnus Krog (NOR)  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Tino Edelmann (GER) [1]
2 26 Nov 2011 HS 142 / 10 km  Tino Edelmann (GER)  Janne Ryynänen (FIN)  Akito Watabe (JPN) [2]
3 3 Dec 2011 Lillehammer,  Norway HS 100 / 10 km  Haavard Klemetsen (NOR)  Alessandro Pittin (ITA)  Tino Edelmann (GER) [3]
4 4 Dec 2011 HS 138 / Penalty Race  Eric Frenzel (GER)  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Björn Kircheisen (GER) [4]
5 10 Dec 2011 Ramsau,  Austria HS 98 / 10 km  Jan Schmid (NOR)  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Tino Edelmann (GER) [5]
6 11 Dec 2011 HS 98 / 10 km  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Magnus Krog (NOR)  Mario Stecher (AUT) [6]
7 17 Dec 2011 Seefeld,  Austria HS 109 / 10 km  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Alessandro Pittin (ITA) [7]
8 18 Dec 2011 HS 109 / 10 km  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Alessandro Pittin (ITA)  Joergen Graabak (NOR) [8]
9 8 Jan 2012 Oberstdorf,  Germany[nb 1] HS 106 / 10 km  Mikko Kokslien (NOR)  Magnus Moan (NOR)  Björn Kircheisen (GER) [9]
10 13 Jan 2012 Chaux-Neuve,  France HS 117 / 10 km  Alessandro Pittin (ITA)  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Fabian Riessle (GER) [10]
11 14 Jan 2012 HS 117 / 10 km  Alessandro Pittin (ITA)  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Fabian Riessle (GER) [11]
12 15 Jan 2012 HS 117 / 10 km  Alessandro Pittin (ITA)  Joergen Graabak (NOR)  Mikko Kokslien (NOR) [12]
28 Jan 2012 Zakopane,  Poland HS 134 / 10 km cancelled due to technical problems[3]
29 Jan 2012 HS 130 / Penalty Race
13 3 Feb 2012 Val di Fiemme,  Italy HS 130 / Penalty Race[4]  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Björn Kircheisen (GER)  Mikko Kokslien (NOR) [13]
14 5 Feb 2012 HS 134 / 10 km  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Mikko Kokslien (NOR)  Bill Demong (USA) [14]
15 11 Feb 2012 Almaty,  Kazakhstan HS 140 / 10 km  Mikko Kokslien (NOR)  Björn Kircheisen (GER)  Akito Watabe (JPN) [15]
16 12 Feb 2012 HS 140 / 10 km  Mikko Kokslien (NOR)  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Bernhard Gruber (AUT) [16]
17 18 Feb 2012 Klingenthal,  Germany HS 140 / 10 km  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Bernhard Gruber (AUT) [17]
18 19 Feb 2012 HS 140 / 10 km  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Bernhard Gruber (AUT)  Tomáš Slavík (CZE) [18]
19 25 Feb 2012 Liberec,  Czech Republic HS 134 / 10 km  Bernhard Gruber (AUT)  Eric Frenzel (GER)  Wilhelm Denifl (AUT) [19]
20 26 Feb 2012 HS 134 / 10 km  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA)  Mario Stecher (AUT) [20]
21 3 Mar 2012 Lahti,  Finland HS 130 / 10 km  Jan Schmid (NOR)  Tino Edelmann (GER)  Johannes Rydzek (GER) [21]
22 9 Mar 2012 Oslo,  Norway HS 106 / 10 km  Akito Watabe (JPN)  Mikko Kokslien (NOR)  Bernhard Gruber (AUT) [22]
23 10 Mar 2012 HS 134 / 10 km  Bryan Fletcher (USA)  Mikko Kokslien (NOR)  Taihei Kato (JPN) [23]

Team events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Date Venue Discipline Winner Second Third Details
1 16 Dec 2011 Seefeld,  Austria HS 109 / Team sprint  France I
Sébastien Lacroix
Jason Lamy-Chappuis
 Italy I
Lukas Runggaldier
Alessandro Pittin
 Norway I
Mikko Kokslien
Magnus Krog
[24]
2 7 Jan 2012 Oberstdorf,  Germany[nb 1] HS 106 / Team  Norway
Magnus Moan
Mikko Kokslien
Jan Schmid
Joergen Graabak
 Germany
Johannes Rydzek
Fabian Riessle
Eric Frenzel
Tino Edelmann
 Austria
Wilhelm Denifl
Christoph Bieler
Mario Stecher
Bernhard Gruber
[25]
3 4 Feb 2012 Val di Fiemme,  Italy HS 106 / Team sprint  Norway I
Mikko Kokslien
Magnus Moan
 France I
Maxime Laheurte
Jason Lamy-Chappuis
 France II
François Braud
Sébastien Lacroix
[26]

World Cup Standings[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[5]
1.  Jason Lamy-Chappuis (FRA) 1306
2.  Akito Watabe (JPN) 1238
3.  Mikko Kokslien (NOR) 1061
4.  Bernhard Gruber (AUT) 765
5.  Björn Kircheisen (GER) 728
6.  Eric Frenzel (GER) 727
7.  Alessandro Pittin (ITA) 724
8.  Tino Edelmann (GER) 685
9.  Jan Schmid (NOR) 619
10.  Håvard Klemetsen (NOR) 559
Pos Athlete Points
11.  Wilhelm Denifl (AUT) 537
12.  Magnus Moan (NOR) 509
13.  Johannes Rydzek (GER) 467
14.  Fabian Rießle (GER) 458
15.  Mario Stecher (AUT) 452
16.  Jørgen Gråbak (NOR) 442
17.  Bryan Fletcher (USA) 431
18.  Christoph Bieler (AUT) 419
19.  Sébastien Lacroix (FRA) 402
20.  Bill Demong (USA) 393
Pos Athlete Points
21.  Magnus Krog (NOR) 373
22.  Maxime Laheurte (FRA) 302
23.  François Braud (FRA) 293
24.  Lukas Runggaldier (ITA) 260
25.  Taihei Kato (JPN) 202
26.  Janne Ryynänen (FIN) 200
27.  Gudmund Storlien (NOR) 183
28.  Johnny Spillane (USA) 162
29.  Miroslav Dvořák (CZE) 160
29.  Yūsuke Minato (JPN) 160

Nation Cup[edit]

Pos Nation Points
1.  Norway 4903
2.  Germany 4109
3.  France 3303
4  Austria 3027
5.  Japan 2029
6.  United States 1668
7.  Italy 1623
8.  Czech Republic 461
9.  Finland 381
10.  Slovenia 268

Achievements[edit]

First World Cup career victory
  •  Magnus Krog (NOR), 24, in his 4th season – the WC 1 in Kuusamo; it also was his first podium
  •  Haavard Klemetsen (NOR), 32, in his 10th season – the WC 3 in Lillehammer; it also was his first podium
  •  Jan Schmid (NOR), 28, in his 11th season – the WC 5 in Ramsau; first podium was 2008–09 WC 7 in Ramsau
  •  Alessandro Pittin (ITA), 21, in his 5th season – the WC 10 in Chaux-Neuve; first podium was 2009–10 WC 6 in Ramsau
  •  Akito Watabe (JPN), 23, in his 7th season – the WC 14 in Val di Fiemme; first podium was 2009–10 WC 15 in Seefeld
  •  Bryan Fletcher (USA), 25, in his 4th season – the WC 23 in Oslo; it also was his first podium
First World Cup podium
  •  Joergen Graabak (NOR), 20, in his 2nd season – no. 3 in the WC 8 in Seefeld
  •  Fabian Riessle (GER), 21, in his 4th season – no. 3 in the WC 10 in Chaux-Neuve
  •  Tomáš Slavík (CZE), 30, in his 9th season – no. 3 in the WC 18 in Klingenthal
  •  Wilhelm Denifl (AUT), 31, in his 12th season – no. 3 in the WC 19 in Liberec
Victory in this World Cup (in brackets victory for all time)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rescheduled from Schonach.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b ""DKB" FIS Nordic Combined World Cup 2011/12". FIS. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Schonach rescheduled in Oberstdorf (GER)". fis-ski.com (Fédération Internationale de Ski). 3 January 2012. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "Zakopane (POL) cancelled". fis-ski.com (Fédération Internationale de Ski). 2 January 2012. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 
  4. ^ "Zakopane Penalty Race rescheduled in Val di Fiemme (ITA)". fis-ski.com (Fédération Internationale de Ski). 11 January 2012. Retrieved 12 January 2012. 
  5. ^ Cup Standings

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