Nordic skiing

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Nordic skiing is a combination of winter sports that encompasses all types of skiing where the heel of the boot cannot be fixed to the ski, as opposed to Alpine skiing.

Nordic skiing Olympic events are cross-country skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined, and biathlon. A further Nordic discipline is Telemark skiing. The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships is a major event of these sports and happens in winter of odd-number years between Winter Olympics.

Nordic Skiing Triple Crown Winners[edit]

Below is a list of Nordic skiers that have won at the Winter Olympics, FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, and Holmenkollen events. Bold years indicate when a skier achieved all the three wins in the same year.

Men's Nordic combined including the 25km biathlon event[edit]

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Thorleif Haug  Norway 1924 1924 1919, 1920, 1921
Johan Grøttumsbråten  Norway 1928, 1932 1926, 1928, 1931, 1932 1923, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1931
Oddbjørn Hagen  Norway 1936 1934, 1935, 1936 1932, 1934, 1935
Heikki Hasu  Finland 1948 1948, 1950 1953
Simon Slåttvik  Norway 1952 1952 1948, 1950, 1951
Sverre Stenersen  Norway 1956 1954, 1956 1955, 1956, 1959[1]
Georg Thoma  Federal Republic of Germany 1960 1960, 1966 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966
Tormod Knutsen  Norway 1964 1964 1958
Franz Keller  Federal Republic of Germany 1968 1968 1967
Ulrich Wehling  German Democratic Republic 1972, 1976, 1980 1972, 1974, 1976, 1980 1975, 1976, 1977
Bjarte Engen Vik  Norway 1998 1999, 2001 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
Jason Lamy-Chappuis  France 2010 2011 2007, 2010

Men's ski jump[edit]

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Birger Ruud  Norway 1932, 1936 1931, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1948 1932
Arnfinn Bergmann  Norway 1952 1952 1952
Antti Hyvärinen  Finland 1956 1956 1956
Helmut Recknagel  German Democratic Republic 1960 1960, 1962 1957, 1960
Toralf Engan  Norway 1964 1962, 1964 1962
Vladimir Beloussov  Soviet Union 1968 1968 1968, 1970
Karl Schnabl  Austria 1976 1976 1976
Anton Innauer  Austria 1980 1980 1975
Matti Nykänen  Finland 1984, 1988 1982 1982
Kazuyoshi Funaki  Japan 1998 1999 1997
Simon Ammann   Switzerland 2002, 2010 2007 2002, 2007

Men's 50 km[edit]

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Thorleif Haug  Norway 1924 1924 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1924
Nils Karlsson  Sweden 1948 1948 1947, 1951
Ole Ellefsæter  Norway 1968 1968 1967
Pål Tyldum  Norway 1972 1972 1969, 1972
Gunde Svan  Sweden 1988 1985, 1989 1986, 1990
Petter Northug  Norway 2010 2009 2010

Men's 18 km[edit]

Length shortened to 15 km in 1950

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Martin Lundström  Sweden 1948 1948 1948
Hallgeir Brenden  Norway 1952 1952 1952

Men's 15 km[edit]

Holmenkollen ran 1954-85 and 1994

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Hallgeir Brenden  Norway 1956 1956 1956
Eero Mäntyranta  Finland 1964 1964 1962, 1964, 1968
Harald Grønningen  Norway 1968 1968 1960, 1961
Gunde Svan  Sweden 1984 1989 1985

Women's 10 km[edit]

Holmenkollen ran 1954-86

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Ljubov Kozyreva  Soviet Union 1956 1954, 1956 1955
Klavdija Bojarskikh  Soviet Union 1964 1964, 1966 1965, 1966
Toini Gustafsson  Sweden 1968 1968 1960, 1967, 1968
Galina Kulakova  Soviet Union 1972 1972, 1974 1970, 1979
Raisa Smetanina  Soviet Union 1976 1976 1975

Women's 30 km[edit]

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Stefania Belmondo  Italy 1992 1993 1997, 2002

Women's 5 km[edit]

Olympic: 1964-98, FIS: 1963-99, Holmenkollen: 1966-91

Winner Country Winter Olympics FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Holmenkollen
Klavdija Bojarskikh  Soviet Union 1964 1964 1967
Helena Takalo  Finland 1976 1976, 1978 1976
Raisa Smetanina  Soviet Union 1980 1980 1975

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tied with Gunder Gundersen in 1959.

See also[edit]