Ski jumping at the 1960 Winter Olympics

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Ski jumping
at the VIII Olympic Winter Games
Papoose Peak ski jumping hill Squaw-Valley, California.jpg
Papoose Peak ski jumping hill - 1960 Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley
Venue Papoose Peak Jumps
Dates February 28
Competitors 45 from 15 nations
Winning Score 227.2
Medalists
Gold medal    Germany
Silver medal    Finland
Bronze medal    Austria
«1956 1964»

Ski jumping at the 1960 Winter Olympics consisted of one event held on 28 February, taking place at Papoose Peak Jumps.[1]

The competition scheduled two jumps per entrant. Standings were determined by a point system under the parameters of combined distance points and "style" points awarded for each attempt, judged by a panel of 5 officials. [2] This event marked the first time the Däscher Technique was used in ski jumping competitions.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

[1]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany (EUA) 1 0 0 1
2  Finland (FIN) 0 1 0 1
3  Austria (AUT) 0 0 1 1
Total 1 1 1 3


Events[edit]

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Normal hill individual
details
 Helmut Recknagel
Germany (EUA)
227.2  Niilo Halonen
Finland (FIN)
222.6  Otto Leodolter
Austria (AUT)
219.4

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Athlete Country Jump 1 Jump 2 Total
1 Helmut Recknagel Germany 113.6 113.6 227.2
2 Niilo Halonen Finland 111.3 111.3 222.6
3 Otto Leodolter Austria 107.6 111.8 219.4
4 Nikolay Kamenskiy Soviet Union 110.2 106.7 216.9
5 Torbjørn Yggeseth Norway 106.6 109.5 216.1
6 Max Bolkart Germany 104.3 108.3 212.6
7 Ansten Samuelstuen United States 107.8 103.7 211.5
8 Juhani Kärkinen Finland 108.3 103.1 211.4
9 K'oba Ts'akadze Soviet Union 107.0 104.1 211.1
10 Nikolai Schamov Soviet Union 103.2 107.4 210.6
11 Halvor Næs Norway 103.1 106.7 209.8
12 Veit Kührt Germany 106.1 102.6 208.7
13 Kåre Berg Norway 100.7 106.7 207.4
14 Alwin Plank Austria 105.3 101.4 206.7
15 Sadao Kikuchi Japan 104.1 102.1 206.2
16 Walter Steinegger Austria 103.3 102.6 205.9
17 Eino Kirjonen Finland 104.2 101.6 205.8
18 Rolf Strandberg Sweden 100.0 104.8 204.8
19 Bengt Eriksson Sweden 99.6 102.4 202.0
20 Andreas Däscher Switzerland 101.1 100.1 201.2
21 Werner Lesser Germany 98.0 102.8 200.8
22 Koichi Sato Japan 98.4 101.9 200.3
23 Ole Tom Nord Norway 94.6 105.6 200.2
24 Dino De Zordo Italy 99.7 99.1 198.8
25 Yosuke Eto Japan 102.2 95.5 197.7
26 Claude Jean-Prost France 99.9 96.9 196.8
27 Leonid Fyodorov Soviet Union 97.2 95.9 193.1
28 Jon St. Andre United States 92.5 99.8 192.3
29 Inge Lindqvist Sweden 90.4 99.7 190.1
30 Takashi Matsui Japan 92.6 97.0 189.6
31 Władysław Tajner Poland 87.6 100.6 188.2
32 Butch Wedin United States 93.5 93.6 187.1
33 Jacques Charland Canada 91.0 95.3 186.3
34 Gerry Gravelle Canada 94.4 91.0 185.4
35 Willi Egger Austria 88.1 97.3 185.4
36 Nilo Zandanel Italy 95.0 89.8 184.8
37 Enzo Perin Italy 84.8 96.8 181.6
38 Régis Robert Rey France 87.7 91.6 179.3
39 Luigi Pennacchio Italy 78.7 92.5 171.2
40 Veikko Kankkonen Finland 72.0 96.0 168.0
41 Tamás Sudár Hungary 84.1 81.7 165.8
42 Gene Kotlarek United States 96.5 68.6 165.1
43 Skarphéðinn Guðmundsson Iceland 73.0 82.7 155.7
44 Alois Moser Canada 71.4 79.7 151.1
45 Kjell Sjöberg Sweden 94.1 33.8 127.9

Participating NOCs[edit]

[1]

Fifteen nations participated in ski jumping at the Squaw Valley Games.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "VIII Olympic Winter Games Squaw Valley, California 1960 - Final Report". California Olympic Commission. LA84 Foundation. 1960. Retrieved January 28, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Ski Jumping at the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Games Men's Normal Hill (details)" (in English). sports-reference.com. Retrieved December 10, 2013. 

Sports-Reference - 1960 Olympics - Ski jumping