FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 – Women's individual normal hill

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Women's individual normal hill
at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
VenueMidtstubakken
Date25 February 2011
Competitors43 from 15 nations
Winning score231.7
Medalists
gold medal    Austria
silver medal    Italy
bronze medal    France
← 2009

The women's individual normal hill ski jumping event at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 was held on 25 February 2011 at 15:00 CET. Lindsey Van of the United States was the defending world champion.[1]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Round 1
Distance (m)
Round 1
Points
Round 1
Rank
Final Round
Distance (m)
Final Round
Points
Final Round
Rank
Total Points
1st, gold medalist(s) 43 Daniela Iraschko  Austria 97.0 118.2 1 97.0 113.5 1 231.7
2nd, silver medalist(s) 32 Elena Runggaldier  Italy 97.5 113.4 2 93.5 105.5 4 218.9
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 42 Coline Mattel  France 92.0 98.8 5 97.0 112.7 2 211.5
4 41 Eva Logar  Slovenia 91.0 102.7 4 88.5 95.2 9 197.9
5 34 Maja Vtič  Slovenia 88.5 87.6 18 97.0 108.4 2 196.0
6 33 Sara Takanashi  Japan 92.0 94.7 9 93.0 100.3 6 195.0
7 21 Ayumi Watase  Japan 89.0 91.2 16 93.0 101.6 5 192.8
8 24 Evelyn Insam  Italy 94.5 97.8 6 87.5 90.3 12 188.1
9 40 Melanie Faisst  Germany 88.0 86.8 19 92.0 98.3 7 185.1
10 26 Line Jahr  Norway 89.5 92.4 13 84.5 88.9 13 181.3
11 12 Maren Lundby  Norway 89.5 93.7 10 85.5 86.8 14 180.5
12 15 Yoshiko Kasai  Japan 86.5 86.4 20 89.0 93.3 11 179.7
13 27 Lisa Demetz  Italy 92.5 94.8 8 83.0 83.1 18 177.9
14 39 Jessica Jerome  United States 84.0 83.3 21 90.0 94.5 10 177.8
15 22 Yuki Ito  Japan 89.0 92.1 15 85.0 85.0 15 177.1
16 25 Sarah Hendrickson  United States 90.5 93.1 12 84.0 83.9 16 177.0
17 18 Julia Kykkänen  Finland 91.5 93.2 11 82.0 83.2 17 176.4
18 13 Taylor Henrich  Canada 84.5 77.9 26 92.0 98.0 8 175.9
19 36 Ulrike Grässler  Germany 94.0 103.2 3 79.5 68.2 28 171.4
20 19 Alissa Johnson  United States 91.0 96.7 7 81.0 72.3 26 169.0
21 31 Špela Rogelj  Slovenia 89.5 88.9 17 85.0 78.2 19 167.1
22 28 Anette Sagen  Norway 88.0 92.4 13 80.5 73.5 25 165.9
23 20 Wendy Vuik  Netherlands 87.0 81.7 23 80.0 77.2 21 158.9
24 23 Abby Hughes  United States 86.5 82.6 22 83.0 73.9 24 156.5
25 16 Sabrina Windmüller   Switzerland 83.5 78.6 25 81.5 76.5 23 155.1
26 11 Gyda Enger  Norway 78.5 74.1 29 84.5 78.0 20 152.1
27 10 Roberta D'Agostina  Italy 84.0 74.5 28 82.5 77.0 22 151.5
28 17 Michaela Doleželová  Czech Republic 84.5 81.2 24 72.5 60.6 29 141.8
29 14 Vladěna Pustková  Czech Republic 80.5 72.8 30 78.5 68.6 27 141.4
30 29 Anja Tepeš  Slovenia 83.0 77.2 27 73.5 58.3 30 135.5
31 37 Juliane Seyfarth  Germany 80.5 71.2 31 71.2
32 38 Jacqueline Seifriedsberger  Austria 78.0 71.1 32 71.1
33 6 Lea Lemare  France 75.5 67.3 33 67.3
34 35 Lindsey Van  United States 75.0 61.4 34 61.4
35 30 Anna Häfele  Germany 75.0 58.8 35 58.8
36 9 Lucie Miková  Czech Republic 72.0 55.6 36 55.6
37 8 Irina Taktaeva  Russia 71.5 50.4 37 50.4
38 1 Maria Zotova  Russia 69.5 46.6 38 46.6
39 3 Ma Tong  China 68.5 43.4 39 43.4
40 5 Li Xueyao  China 67.5 37.6 40 37.6
41 7 Anastasiya Veschekova  Russia 64.5 33.7 41 33.7
42 2 Ji Cheng  China 57.5 22.7 42 22.7
43 4 Cui Linlin  China 52.0 3.0 43 3.0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Ski jumping women's normal hill final results" (PDF). FIS-Ski.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 29 November 2009. Retrieved 20 February 2009.