Nordic combined at the 1984 Winter Olympics

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Nordic Combined
at the XIV Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Venue Igman Olympic Jumps (ski jumping)
Igman (cross-country skiing)
Dates 11-12 February
Competitors 28 from 11 nations
Winning Score 422.595
Medalists
Gold medal    Norway
Silver medal    Finland
Bronze medal    Finland
«1980 1988»

Nordic combined at the 1984 Winter Olympics, consisted of one event, held from 11 February to 12 February. The ski jumping portion took place at Igman Olympic Jumps, while the cross-country portion took place at Igman. [1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

[1]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Norway 1 0 0 1
2 Finland 0 1 1 2
Total 1 1 1 3

Events[edit]

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
 Tom Sandberg
Norway (NOR)
422.595  Jouko Karjalainen
Finland (FIN)
416.900  Jukka Ylipulli
Finland (FIN)
410.825

Individual[edit]

Athletes did three normal hill ski jumps, with the lowest score dropped. They then raced a 15 kilometre cross-country course, with the time converted to points. The athlete with the highest combined points score was awarded the gold medal.[1]

Rank Name Country Ski Jumping Cross-country Total
Jump 1 Jump 2 Jump 3 Total Rank Time Points Rank
1st Tom Sandberg Norway 92.2 108.9 105.8 214.7 1 47:52.7 207.895 2 422.595
2nd Jouko Karjalainen Finland 89.6 100.6 96.3 196.9 15 46:32.0 220.000 1 416.900
3rd Jukka Ylipulli Finland 97.9 103.7 104.6 208.3 5 48:28.5 202.525 5 410.825
4 Rauno Miettinen Finland 97.6 107.9 93.6 205.5 6 49:02.2 197.470 9 402.970
5 Thomas Müller West Germany 106.9 100.1 102.2 209.1 3 49:32.7 192.895 12 401.995
6 Alexander Prosvirnin Soviet Union 91.5 101.8 97.6 199.4 13 48:40.1 200.785 6 400.185
7 Uwe Dotzauer East Germany 99.5 89.0 100.0 199.5 12 48:56.8 198.280 7 397.780
8 Hermann Weinbuch West Germany 94.3 102.1 99.5 201.6 10 49:13.4 195.790 10 397.390
9 Klaus Sulzenbacher Austria 94.0 88.3 110.0 204.0 7 49:48.2 190.570 14 394.570
10 Geir Andersen Norway 103.2 100.6 88.9 203.8 8 49:56.3 189.355 18 393.155
11 Hallstein Bøgseth Norway 95.1 92.8 97.9 193.0 18 48:58.0 198.100 8 391.100
12 Sergey Chervyakov Soviet Union 105.5 90.7 104.8 210.3 2 51:11.7 178.045 23 388.345
13 Kerry Lynch United States 95.9 84.5 85.9 181.8 22 48:02.9 206.365 3 388.165
14 Aleksandr Mayorov Soviet Union 90.1 100.6 102.1 202.7 9 50:27.8 184.630 20 387.330
15 Gunter Schmieder East Germany 93.5 106.7 101.7 208.4 4 51:16.3 177.355 24 385.755
16 Andreas Langer East Germany 97.9 97.2 88.1 195.1 16 49:52.8 189.880 15 384.980
17 Pat Ahern United States 103.5 87.4 91.6 195.1 17 49:55.2 189.520 17 384.620
18 Dirk Kramer West Germany 94.5 94.5 62.1 189.0 19 49:43.7 191.245 13 380.245
19 Espen Andersen Norway 75.7 88.2 100.6 188.8 20 49:53.9 189.715 16 378.515
20 Takahiro Tanaka Japan 92.1 106.5 90.6 198.6 14 51:05.5 178.975 22 377.575
21 Toshiaki Maruyama Japan 81.9 88.0 91.4 179.4 25 49:24.9 194.065 11 373.465
22 Ján Klimko Czechoslovakia 81.1 105.8 78.5 186.9 21 51:03.1 179.335 21 366.235
23 Ildar Garifullin Soviet Union 84.3 61.6 82.2 166.5 26 49:56.5 189.325 19 355.825
24 Hubert Schwarz West Germany 62.6 75.3 106.3 181.6 23 51:42.0 173.500 26 355.100
25 Vladimír Frák Czechoslovakia 93.8 72.2 85.9 179.7 24 52:10.0 169.300 27 349.000
26 Walter Hurschler Switzerland 60.2 64.9 78.9 143.8 28 48:12.4 204.940 4 348.740
27 Robert Kaštrun Yugoslavia 90.6 100.1 100.6 200.7 11 56:09.4 133.390 28 334.090
28 Mike Randall United States 70.2 75.6 70.0 145.8 27 51:31.0 175.150 25 320.950

Participating NOCs[edit]

Eleven nations participated in nordic combined at the Sarajevo Games.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Sarajevo 1984 Official Report". Organising Committee of the XlVth Winter Olympic Games 1984 at Sarajevo. LA84 Foundation. 1984. Retrieved January 20, 2014. 

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