2017–18 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup

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Nordic Combined World Cup 2017/18
Winners
Overall Japan Akito Watabe
Nations Cup  Norway
Triple trophy Japan Akito Watabe
Competitions
Venues 13
Individual 22
Team 6
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The 2017/18 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup was the 35th World Cup season, organized by the International Ski Federation. It started on 24 November 2017 in Ruka, Finland and concluded on 25 March 2018 in Schonach, Germany.[1]

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Num Season Date Place Hill Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
482 1 24 November 2017   Finland Ruka Rukatunturi HS142 / 5 km   Norway Espen Andersen Norway Jan Schmid Japan Akito Watabe Norway Espen Andersen [2]
483 2 25 November 2017   Finland Ruka Rukatunturi HS142 / 10 km   Japan Akito Watabe Finland Eero Hirvonen Germany Johannes Rydzek Japan Akito Watabe [3]
484 3 26 November 2017   Finland Ruka Rukatunturi HS142 / 10 km   Germany Johannes Rydzek Germany Eric Frenzel Finland Eero Hirvonen [4]
1st Ruka Tour (24–26 November 2017) Japan Akito Watabe Norway Espen Andersen Germany Johannes Rydzek [5]
485 4 3 December 2017   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS138 / 10 km   Norway Espen Andersen Norway Jan Schmid Norway Jørgen Graabak Norway Espen Andersen [6]
486 5 16 December 2017   Austria Ramsau W90-Mattensprunganlage HS98 / 10 km   Germany Eric Frenzel Germany Fabian Rießle Norway Jan Schmid [7]
487 6 17 December 2017   Austria Ramsau W90-Mattensprunganlage HS98 / 10 km   Germany Fabian Rießle Italy Alessandro Pittin Finland Eero Hirvonen Norway Jan Schmid [8]
488 7 6 January 2018   Estonia Otepää Tehvandi HS100 / 10 km   lack of snow and warm temperatures; not rescheduled[9]
489 8 12 January 2018   Italy Val di Fiemme Trampolino dal Ben HS134 / 10 km   Norway Jorgen Graabak Germany Johannes Rydzek Austria Lukas Klapfer Norway Jan Schmid [10]
490 9 14 January 2018   Italy Val di Fiemme Trampolino dal Ben HS134 / 10 km   Norway Jan Schmid Austria Lukas Klapfer Germany Fabian Rießle [11]
491 10 20 January 2018   France Chaux-Neuve La Côté Feuillée HS118 / 10 km   Norway Jan Schmid Japan Akito Watabe Finland Ilkka Herola [12]
5th Nordic Combined Triple (26–28 January 2018)
492 11 26 January 2018   Austria Seefeld Toni-Seelos-Olympiaschanze HS109 / 5 km   Japan Akito Watabe Norway Jarl Magnus Riiber Germany Fabian Rießle Norway Jan Schmid [13]
493 12 27 January 2018   Austria Seefeld Toni-Seelos-Olympiaschanze HS109 / 10 km   Japan Akito Watabe Germany Vinzenz Geiger Norway Jarl Magnus Riiber [14]
494 13 28 January 2018   Austria Seefeld Toni-Seelos-Olympiaschanze HS109 / 15 km   Japan Akito Watabe Norway Jarl Magnus Riiber Germany Fabian Rießle Japan Akito Watabe [15]
495 14 3 February 2018   Japan Hakuba Olympic Hills HS134 / 10 km   Japan Akito Watabe Norway Jan Schmid Germany Manuel Faißt Japan Akito Watabe [16]
496 15 4 February 2018   Japan Hakuba Olympic Hills HS134 / 10 km   Norway Jan Schmid Estonia Kristjan Ilves Japan Akito Watabe [17]
2018 Winter Olympics
497 16 4 March 2018   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä HS130 / 10 km   Germany Johannes Rydzek Germany Vinzenz Geiger Norway Jørgen Graabak Japan Akito Watabe [18]
498 17 10 March 2018   Norway Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 / 10 km   Japan Akito Watabe Germany Fabian Rießle Austria Mario Seidl [19]
499 18 13 March 2018   Norway Trondheim Granåsen HS140 / 10 km   Germany Eric Frenzel Japan Akito Watabe Germany Fabian Rießle [20]
500 19 14 March 2018   Norway Trondheim Granåsen HS140 / 10 km   Germany Fabian Rießle Norway Jarl Magnus Riiber Finland Eero Hirvonen [21]
501 20 17 March 2018   Germany Klingenthal Vogtland Arena HS140 / 10 km   Germany Fabian Rießle Finland Eero Hirvonen Japan Akito Watabe [22]
502 21 18 March 2018   Germany Klingenthal Vogtland Arena HS140 / 10 km   Germany Fabian Rießle Germany Johannes Rydzek Japan Akito Watabe [23]
503 22 24 March 2018   Germany Schonach Langenwaldschanze HS106 / 10 km   Japan Akito Watabe Norway Jarl Magnus Riiber Austria Bernhard Gruber [24]
504 23 25 March 2018   Germany Schonach Langenwaldschanze HS106 / 15 km   Japan Akito Watabe Norway Jarl Magnus Riiber Germany Fabian Rießle

Men's team[edit]

Num Season Date Place Hill Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
37 1 2 December 2017   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 / 4x5 km  
Relay  
 Norway
Jan Schmid
Espen Andersen
Jarl Magnus Riiber
Jørgen Graabak
 Germany
Eric Frenzel
Johannes Rydzek
Vinzenz Geiger
Fabian Rießle
 France
François Braud
Maxime Laheurte
Antoine Gerard
Jason Lamy-Chappuis
 Norway [25]
38 2 7 January 2018   Estonia Otepää Tehvandi HS100 / 2x7.5 km  
Sprint  
lack of snow and warm temperatures; not rescheduled[9]
39 3 13 January 2018   Italy Val di Fiemme Trampolino dal Ben HS134 / 2x7.5 km  
Sprint  
 Germany II
Eric Frenzel
Vinzenz Geiger
 Germany I
Fabian Rießle
Johannes Rydzek
 Norway
Mikko Kokslien
Magnus Moan
 Norway [26]
40 4 21 January 2018   France Chaux-Neuve La Côté Feuillée HS118 / 4x5 km  
Relay  
 Norway
Jan Schmid
Espen Andersen
Jarl Magnus Riiber
Jørgen Graabak
 Germany
Eric Frenzel
Fabian Rießle
Johannes Rydzek
Vinzenz Geiger
 Finland
Leevi Mutru
Arttu Maekiaho
Ilkka Herola
Eero Hirvonen
[27]
41 5 3 March 2018   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä HS130 / 2x7.5 km  
Sprint  
 Austria I
Wilhelm Denifl
Bernhard Gruber
 Norway I
Jan Schmid
Jørgen Graabak
 Finland I
Eero Hirvonen
Ilkka Herola
[28]

Standings[edit]

Achievements[edit]

First World Cup podium
  •  Espen Andersen (NOR), 24, in his 6th season – no. 1 in the WC 1 in Ruka
  •  Kristjan Ilves (EST), 21, in his 6th season – no. 2 in the WC 15 in Hakuba
Victories in this World Cup (in brackets victory for all time)

Retirements[edit]

Following are notable Nordic combined skiers who announced their retirement:

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Individual Gundersen 5.0 km – Ruka, Finland" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
  3. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Ruka, Finland" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
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  5. ^ "Ruka Tour Standings – Ruka, Finland" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 28 November 2017.
  6. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Lillehammer, Norway" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 3 December 2017.
  7. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Ramsau, Austria" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 16 December 2017.
  8. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Ramsau, Austria" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 17 December 2017.
  9. ^ a b "FIS Nordic Combined World Cup/Ladies' COC Otepää (EST) cancelled". FIS. 29 December 2017.
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  11. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Val di Fiemme, Italy" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
  12. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Chaux-Neuve, France" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  13. ^ "Individual Gundersen 5.0 km – Seefeld in Tirol, Austria" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 26 January 2018.
  14. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Seefeld in Tirol, Austria" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 27 January 2018.
  15. ^ "Individual Gundersen 15.0 km – Seefeld in Tirol, Austria" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 28 January 2018.
  16. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Hakuba, Japan" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 3 February 2018.
  17. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Hakuba, Japan" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 4 February 2018.
  18. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Lahti, Finland" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
  19. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Oslo, Norway" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  20. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Trondheim, Norway" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 13 March 2018.
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  22. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Klingenthal, Germany" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 17 March 2018.
  23. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Klingenthal, Germany" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 18 March 2018.
  24. ^ "Individual Gundersen 10.0 km – Schonach, Germany" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
  25. ^ "Team Gundersen 4 x 5 km – Lillehammer, Norway" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 2 December 2017.
  26. ^ "Team Sprint 2 x 7.5 km – Val di Fiemme, Italy" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 13 January 2018.
  27. ^ "Team Gundersen 4 x 5 km – Chaux-Neuve, France" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 21 January 2018.
  28. ^ "Team Sprint 2 x 7.5 km – Lahti, Finland" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 3 March 2018.
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