FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 – Men's team normal hill

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Men's team normal hill
at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011
2011-02-27 - WCH 2011 Skijumping NH - Team - Podium.jpg
The podium
Venue Midtstubakken
Date 27 February 2011
Competitors 48 from 12 nations
Teams 12
Winning score 1025.5
Medalists
Gold medal    Austria
Silver medal    Norway
Bronze medal    Germany
← 2007
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011
Oslo, Norway
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing
Individual
Sprint men women
Interval start 15 km men 10 km women
Pursuit 30 km men 15 km women
Mass start 50 km men 30 km women
Team
Team sprint men women
Relay 4×10 km men 4×5 km women
Nordic combined pictogram.svg Nordic combined
Normal hill Individual Team
Large hill Individual Team
Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping
Men
Normal hill Individual Team
Large hill Individual Team
Women
Normal hill Individual

The Men's team normal hill ski jumping event at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 was held 27 February 2011 at 15:00 CET. This event was last held at the 2005 championships in Oberstdorf and was won by the Austrian team of Loitzl, Andreas Widhölzl, Thomas Morgenstern, and Martin Höllwarth.[1]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Country Round 1
Distance (m)
Round 1
Points
Round 1
Rank
Final Round
Distance (m)
Final Round
Points
Final Round
Rank
Total Points
1st 12  Austria
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Martin Koch
Andreas Kofler
Thomas Morgenstern

105.0
105.5
105.0
105.0
525.4
128.4
134.8
130.7
131.5
1
103.0
102.0
103.5
108.0
500.1
121.5
124.0
124.0
130.6
1 1025.5
2nd 11  Norway
Anders Jacobsen
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Anders Bardal
Tom Hilde

103.5
101.5
105.5
102.5
514.7
130.0
125.2
133.4
126.1
2
102.5
100.5
101.0
102.5
485.8
122.5
117.3
122.5
123.5
2 1000.5
3rd 10  Germany
Martin Schmitt
Michael Neumayer
Michael Uhrmann
Severin Freund

104.5
101.0
102.0
105.0
502.7
126.5
121.4
123.3
131.5
3
104.0
99.5
102.5
105.5
465.5
122.8
112.9
120.4
109.4
5 968.2
4 9  Poland
Kamil Stoch
Piotr Żyła
Stefan Hula
Adam Małysz

101.0
98.0
97.5
104.5
476.4
124.3
115.2
110.2
126.7
4
102.5
101.0
93.0
106.5
476.6
123.0
120.4
102.7
130.5
3 953.0
5 7  Japan
Fumihisa Yumoto
Taku Takeuchi
Noriaki Kasai
Daiki Ito

95.0
100.5
99.5
100.5
467.5
109.6
120.1
115.0
122.8
6
95.5
100.5
96.5
105.5
463.6
108.6
116.6
110.5
127.9
6 931.1
6 5  Slovenia
Mitja Mežnar
Jernej Damjan
Robert Kranjec
Peter Prevc

95.0
94.5
101.0
99.0
455.1
109.4
108.1
119.4
118.2
7
100.0
99.0
100.0
99.5
469.1
116.9
115.4
120.2
116.6
4 924.2
7 4  Czech Republic
Borek Sedlák
Roman Koudelka
Jan Matura
Jakub Janda

92.5
99.5
101.0
101.0
468.3
107.2
118.4
120.6
122.1
5
95.0
102.0
97.0
96.5
449.6
106.4
120.1
112.0
111.1
8 917.9
8 8  Finland
Anssi Koivuranta
Olli Muotka
Janne Ahonen
Matti Hautamäki

90.0
95.0
100.0
102.5
446.8
100.1
106.4
116.3
124.0
8
97.0
95.5
94.5
108.0
453.7
111.9
103.2
104.8
133.8
7 900.5
9 3  Russia
Pavel Karelin
Denis Kornilov
Ilya Rosliakov
Dimitry Vassiliev

98.0
98.5
96.5
92.0
444.8
118.2
117.0
108.8
100.8
9







444.8
10 6   Switzerland
Pascal Egloff
Andreas Küttel
Marco Grigoli
Simon Ammann

87.0
93.5
92.5
101.0
418.2
87.6
104.5
101.5
124.6
10







418.2
11 2  Italy
Davide Bresadola
Diego Dellasega
Andrea Morassi
Sebastian Colloredo

94.0
89.5
94.5
95.5
417.8
106.6
95.1
105.9
110.2
11







417.8
12 1  Kazakhstan
Radik Zhaparov
Alexey Korolev
Nikolay Karpenko
Evgeni Levkin

93.5
82.0
93.5
85.0
366.2
104.7
77.6
101.4
82.5
12







366.2

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