Ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Large hill team

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Men's large hill team
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Venue Whistler Olympic Park
Dates 22 February
Competitors 48 (12 teams) from 12 nations
Winning points 1107.9
Medalists
Gold medal    Austria
Silver medal    Germany
Bronze medal    Norway
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Ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Normal hill   men  
Large hill men
Team men

The men's large hill team ski jumping competition for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada was held at Whistler Olympic Park in Whistler, British Columbia on 22 February.[1] The Austrian team of Andreas Widhölzl, Martin Koch, Andreas Kofler, and Thomas Morgenstern were the defending Olympic champions in this event.[2] Widhölzl retired after the 2007-08 season.[3] Austria was also the defending world champions in this event with the team of Wolfgang Loitzl, Koch, Morgenstern, and Gregor Schlierenzauer.[4] The last World Cup event in this format prior to the 2010 Games took place at Willingen, Germany on 7 February 2010 and was won by the German team of Michael Neumayer, Pascal Bodmer, Martin Schmitt, and Michael Uhrmann.[5]

Results[edit]

The team trial round took place at 09:00 PST while the first and second rounds took place at 10:00 and 10:45 PST, respectively.[1] Austria defended their Olympic title with Schlierenzauer and Loitzl replacing Widhölzl and Koch, respectively. Germany won the silver with Wank replacing Bodmer. Schlierenzauer's 145.0 meter jump was the longest in Olympic history, breaking the record that Switzerland's Simon Ammann had set in the large hill event two days earlier. The Swiss did not participate in this event because they only sent two ski jumpers to the Olympics.

The following are the results of the event.[6]

Round 1 Final round Total
Rank Bib Country Distance (m) Points Rank Distance (m) Points Rank Points
1 12 Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Andreas Kofler
Thomas Morgenstern
Gregor Schlierenzauer

138.0
132.0
135.5
140.5
547.3
140.4
126.1
135.9
144.9
1
138.5
142.0
135.0
146.5
560.6
141.8
138.6
135.0
145.2
1 1107.9
2 11 Germany
Michael Neumayer
Andreas Wank
Martin Schmitt
Michael Uhrmann

137.0
128.5
128.0
135.0
509.3
135.6
120.3
119.9
133.5
2
136.5
139.0
122.0
140.0
526.5
134.7
141.7
106.6
143.5
2 1035.8
3 10 Norway
Anders Bardal
Tom Hilde
Johan Remen Evensen
Anders Jacobsen

128.0
127.5
131.5
138.0
504.0
118.4
118.5
126.7
140.4
3
127.0
139.0
129.5
140.5
526.3
117.1
141.7
122.1
145.4
3 1030.3
4 9 Finland
Matti Hautamäki
Janne Happonen
Kalle Keituri
Harri Olli

133.5
128.5
123.0
134.0
490.2
129.8
120.3
108.4
131.7
4
130.0
139.0
132.0
134.5
524.4
123.5
142.2
126.6
132.1
4 1014.6
5 6 Japan
Daiki Ito
Taku Takeuchi
Shōhei Tochimoto
Noriaki Kasai

129.5
125.5
128.0
133.5
484.7
122.1
113.4
118.4
130.8
5
133.5
129.5
132.0
140.0
523.0
130.8
122.1
126.6
143.5
5 1007.7
6 8 Poland
Stefan Hula
Łukasz Rutkowski
Kamil Stoch
Adam Małysz

129.0
123.0
126.5
136.5
484.0
122.2
108.4
116.2
137.2
6
127.5
127.5
134.5
139.5
512.7
118.5
118.5
132.6
143.1
6 996.7
7 5 Czech Republic
Antonín Hájek
Roman Koudelka
Lukáš Hlava
Jakub Janda

129.0
131.0
125.0
128.0
477.4
121.2
124.3
112.5
119.4
7
135.0
135.5
126.0
129.0
504.4
134.0
134.4
114.3
121.7
7 981.8
8 7 Slovenia
Primoz Pikl
Mitja Mežnar
Peter Prevc
Robert Kranjec

124.0
126.5
132.0
129.0
472.2
109.2
114.7
127.1
121.2
8
119.5
131.0
127.5
139.0
486.6
102.1
124.3
118.0
142.2
8 958.8
9 3 France
Vincent Descombes Sevoie
David Lazzaroni
Alexandre Mabboux
Emmanuel Chedal

125.0
125.0
108.5
127.5
419.8
111.0
112.0
78.8
118.0
9 419.8
10 4 Russia
Pavel Karelin
Denis Kornilov
Ilya Rosliakov
Dimitry Ipatov

114.5
129.5
119.5
118.5
414.1
90.6
122.1
101.1
100.3
10 414.1
11 2 United States
Anders Johnson
Peter Frenette
Taylor Fletcher
Nicholas Alexander

115.5
124.5
88.5
119.0
340.0
92.4
111.1
36.3
100.2
11 340.0
12 1 Canada
MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes
Trevor Morrice
Eric Mitchell
Stefan Read

105.0
101.0
102.0
114.0
294.6
72.0
64.8
66.6
91.2
12 294.6

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 2010 Winter Olympics ski jumping schedule. - accessed 5 November 2009.
  2. ^ 2006 Winter Olympics ski jumping team large hill results. - accessed 5 November 2009.
  3. ^ FIS Newsflash 177 on Widhölzl's retirement announcement. 30 April 2008.
  4. ^ FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 team large hill results. - accessed 5 November 2009.
  5. ^ FIS Ski Jumping World Cup Willinger 7 February 2010 HS 145 team results. - accessed 7 February 2010.
  6. ^ 2010 Winter Olympics results: Team, from http://www.vancouver2010.com/; retrieved 2010-02-20.