FIS Nordic Combined World Cup

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The FIS Nordic Combined World Cup is a Nordic combined competition organized yearly by FIS, representing the highest level in international competition for this sport. It was first arranged for the 1983–84 season.

Season-by-season statistics[edit]

The table below shows the three highest ranked skiers for each world cup season.[1]

Season Winner Runner-up Third
1983–84 Norway Tom Sandberg, Norway East Germany Uwe Dotzauer, GDR Norway Geir Andersen, Norway
1984–85 Norway Geir Andersen, Norway West Germany Hermann Weinbuch, FR Germany West Germany Hubert Schwarz, FR Germany
1985–86 West Germany Hermann Weinbuch, FR Germany West Germany Thomas Müller, FR Germany Norway Geir Andersen, Norway
1986–87 Norway Torbjørn Løkken, Norway West Germany Hermann Weinbuch, FR Germany Switzerland Hippolyt Kempf, Switzerland
1987–88 Austria Klaus Sulzenbacher, Austria Norway Torbjørn Løkken, Norway Switzerland Andreas Schaad, Switzerland
1988–89 Norway Trond-Arne Bredesen, Norway Austria Klaus Sulzenbacher, Austria Switzerland Hippolyt Kempf, Switzerland
1989–90 Austria Klaus Sulzenbacher, Austria Soviet Union Allar Levandi, Soviet Union Norway Knut Tore Apeland, Norway
1990–91 Norway Fred Børre Lundberg, Norway Austria Klaus Sulzenbacher, Austria Norway Trond-Einar Elden, Norway
1991–92 France Fabrice Guy, France Austria Klaus Sulzenbacher, Austria Norway Fred Børre Lundberg, Norway
1992–93 Japan Kenji Ogiwara, Japan Norway Fred Børre Lundberg, Norway Japan Takanori Kono, Japan
1993–94 Japan Kenji Ogiwara, Japan Japan Takanori Kono, Japan Norway Fred Børre Lundberg, Norway
1994–95 Japan Kenji Ogiwara, Japan Norway Bjarte Engen Vik, Norway Norway Knut Tore Apeland, Norway
1995–96 Norway Knut Tore Apeland, Norway Japan Kenji Ogiwara, Japan Finland Jari Mantila, Finland
1996–97 Finland Samppa Lajunen, Finland Finland Jari Mantila, Finland Norway Bjarte Engen Vik, Norway
1997–98 Norway Bjarte Engen Vik, Norway Austria Mario Stecher, Austria Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria
1998–99 Norway Bjarte Engen Vik, Norway Finland Hannu Manninen, Finland Czech Republic Ladislav Rygl, Czech Republic
1999–2000 Finland Samppa Lajunen, Finland Norway Bjarte Engen Vik, Norway Czech Republic Ladislav Rygl, Czech Republic
2000–01 Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria Germany Ronny Ackermann, Germany Norway Bjarte Engen Vik, Norway
2001–02 Germany Ronny Ackermann, Germany Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria Finland Samppa Lajunen, Finland
2002–03 Germany Ronny Ackermann, Germany Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria Germany Björn Kircheisen, Germany
2003–04 Finland Hannu Manninen, Finland Germany Ronny Ackermann, Germany Finland Samppa Lajunen, Finland
2004–05 Finland Hannu Manninen, Finland Germany Ronny Ackermann, Germany Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria
2005–06 Finland Hannu Manninen, Finland Norway Magnus Moan, Norway Germany Björn Kircheisen, Germany
2006–07 Finland Hannu Manninen, Finland France Jason Lamy Chappuis, France Norway Magnus Moan, Norway
2007–08 Germany Ronny Ackermann, Germany Norway Petter Tande, Norway United States Bill Demong, USA
2008–09 Finland Anssi Koivuranta, Finland Norway Magnus Moan, Norway United States Bill Demong, USA
2009–10 France Jason Lamy Chappuis, France Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria Norway Magnus Moan, Norway
2010–11 France Jason Lamy Chappuis, France Norway Mikko Kokslien, Norway Austria Felix Gottwald, Austria
2011–12 France Jason Lamy Chappuis, France Japan Akito Watabe, Japan Norway Mikko Kokslien, Norway
2012–13 Germany Eric Frenzel, Germany France Jason Lamy Chappuis, France Japan Akito Watabe, Japan
2013–14 Germany Eric Frenzel, Germany Germany Johannes Rydzek, Germany Japan Akito Watabe, Japan
2014–15

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wintersport Charts". Retrieved 10 November 2014.