FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2015 – Individual normal hill/10 km

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Individual normal hill/10 km
at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2015
Date20 February 2015
Competitors50 from 16 nations
Winning time26:38.9
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Italy
bronze medal    France
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The Individual normal hill/10 km event of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2015 was held on 20 February 2015.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Ski jumping[edit]

The ski jumping part was scheduled at 10:00, but was postponed until 13:30.[3]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Distance (m) Points Time difference
1 50 Eric Frenzel  Germany 99.0 121.6
2 35 Yoshito Watabe  Japan 95.0 116.4 +0:21
3 39 Jason Lamy Chappuis  France 94.5 115.4 +0:25
4 46 Akito Watabe  Japan 92.0 114.8 +0:27
5 45 Johannes Rydzek  Germany 93.0 113.8 +0:31
6 44 Håvard Klemetsen  Norway 95.5 112.9 +0:35
7 48 Jan Schmid  Norway 93.0 109.4 +0:49
8 31 Taihei Kato  Japan 92.0 109.0 +0:50
9 38 Tino Edelmann  Germany 91.0 107.6 +0:56
10 19 Bill Demong  United States 93.5 107.2 +0:58
11 41 Jørgen Gråbak  Norway 91.5 106.4 +1:01
12 21 Hideaki Nagai  Japan 91.0 104.7 +1:08
13 23 Samuel Costa  Italy 95.0 104.3 +1:09
14 36 Alessandro Pittin  Italy 87.0 102.5 +1:16
15 25 Tomáš Portyk  Czech Republic 89.0 102.1 +1:18
16 9 Ben Berend  United States 90.5 101.9 +1:19
17 49 Bernhard Gruber  Austria 89.5 100.5 +1:24
18 27 Tim Hug   Switzerland 88.0 100.4 +1:25
19 37 François Braud  France 88.0 100.0 +1:26
20 40 Bryan Fletcher  United States 88.5 99.8 +1:27
21 28 Sébastien Lacroix  France 87.5 99.6 +1:28
22 15 Ernest Yahin  Russia 87.5 99.5 +1:28
23 47 Fabian Rießle  Germany 89.0 99.4 +1:29
24 30 Philipp Orter  Austria 87.0 98.9 +1:31
25 29 Taylor Fletcher  United States 88.0 98.8 +1:31
26 26 Maxime Laheurte  France 87.0 98.7 +1:32
26 24 Gašper Berlot  Slovenia 89.0 98.7 +1:32
28 14 Kristjan Ilves  Estonia 86.5 98.5 +1:32
29 5 Szczepan Kupczak  Poland 90.0 97.4 +1:37
30 13 Leevi Mutru  Finland 86.0 95.2 +1:46
31 10 Karl-August Tiirmaa  Estonia 85.0 94.9 +1:47
32 33 Miroslav Dvořák  Czech Republic 84.0 94.6 +1:48
33 43 Magnus Moan  Norway 87.0 94.4 +1:49
34 18 Lukas Runggaldier  Italy 88.0 94.3 +1:49
35 34 Ilkka Herola  Finland 84.5 93.4 +1:53
36 32 Wilhelm Denifl  Austria 83.0 91.6 +2:00
37 22 Armin Bauer  Italy 88.5 91.4 +2:01
38 16 Jim Härtull  Finland 84.0 90.9 +2:03
39 3 Viktor Pasichnyk  Ukraine 86.0 89.6 +2:08
40 42 Lukas Klapfer  Austria 83.0 89.5 +2:08
41 2 Antoine Gerard  France 84.5 88.3 +2:13
42 12 Adam Cieślar  Poland 83.0 87.9 +2:15
43 7 Petr Kutal  Czech Republic 85.5 87.6 +2:16
44 6 Jussi Salo  Finland 82.0 86.6 +2:20
45 20 Marjan Jelenko  Slovenia 83.0 83.1 +2:34
46 11 Ruslan Balanda  Ukraine 79.0 80.1 +2:46
47 17 Kail Piho  Estonia 78.5 78.6 +2:52
48 1 Lukáš Rypl  Czech Republic 74.5 72.0 +3:18
49 8 Park Je-un  South Korea 75.0 70.1 +3:26
49 4 Han Hendrik Piho  Estonia 76.5 70.1 +3:26

Cross-country skiing[edit]

The cross-country skiing part was held at 16:00.[4]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Start time Cross country
time
Cross country
rank
Finish time
1st, gold medalist(s) 5 Johannes Rydzek  Germany 0:31 26:07.9 4
2nd, silver medalist(s) 14 Alessandro Pittin  Italy 1:16 25:24.2 1 +1.3
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Jason Lamy Chappuis  France 0:25 26:18.9 11 +5.0
4 1 Eric Frenzel  Germany 0:00 26:45.0 20 +6.1
5 6 Håvard Klemetsen  Norway 0:35 26:13.5 8 +9.6
6 4 Akito Watabe  Japan 0:27 26:24.1 14 +12.2
7 2 Yoshito Watabe  Japan 0:21 26:32.3 17 +14.4
8 11 Jørgen Gråbak  Norway 1:01 26:30.5 15 +52.6
9 23 Fabian Rießle  Germany 1:29 26:08.6 5 +58.7
10 17 Bernhard Gruber  Austria 1:24 26:14.4 9 +59.5
11 21 Sébastien Lacroix  France 1:28 26:12.3 7 +1:01.4
12 34 Lukas Runggaldier  Italy 1:49 25:52.2 3 +1:02.3
13 19 François Braud  France 1:26 26:15.2 10 +1:02.3
14 24 Philipp Orter  Austria 1:31 26:11.1 6 +1:03.4
15 40 Lukas Klapfer  Austria 2:08 25:38.2 2 +1:07.3
16 26 Maxime Laheurte  France 1:32 26:21.0 12 +1:14.1
17 8 Taihei Kato  Japan 0:50 27:06.2 27 +1:17.3
18 12 Hideaki Nagai  Japan 1:08 26:54.3 26 +1:23.4
19 25 Taylor Fletcher  United States 1:31 26:40.4 18 +1:32.5
20 9 Tino Edelmann  Germany 0:56 27:22.5 30 +1:39.6
21 20 Bryan Fletcher  United States 1:27 26:52.8 25 +1:40.9
22 13 Samuel Costa  Italy 1:09 27:14.5 =28 +1:44.6
23 35 Ilkka Herola  Finland 1:53 26:31.2 16 +1:45.3
24 37 Armin Bauer  Italy 2:01 26:23.5 13 +1:45.6
25 10 Bill Demong  United States 0:58 27:32.7 32 +1:51.8
26 33 Magnus Moan  Norway 1:49 26:48.2 21 +1:58.3
27 18 Tim Hug   Switzerland 1:25 27:23.4 31 +2:09.5
28 36 Wilhelm Denifl  Austria 2:00 26:49.8 22 +2:10.9
29 38 Jim Härtull  Finland 2:03 26:51.1 24 +2:15.2
30 32 Miroslav Dvořák  Czech Republic 1:48 27:14.5 =28 +2:23.6
31 7 Jan Schmid  Norway 0:49 28:21.3 40 +2:31.4
32 30 Leevi Mutru  Finland 1:46 27:42.9 34 +2:50.0
33 15 Tomáš Portyk  Czech Republic 1:18 28:14.7 37 +2:53.8
34 47 Kail Piho  Estonia 2:52 26:50.4 23 +3:03.5
35 41 Antoine Gerard  France 2:13 27:33.5 33 +3:07.6
36 31 Karl-August Tiirmaa  Estonia 1:47 27:59.7 36 +3:07.8
37 29 Szczepan Kupczak  Poland 1:37 28:15.0 38 +3:13.1
38 50 Han Hendrik Piho  Estonia 3:26 26:41.3 19 +3:28.4
39 27 Gašper Berlot  Slovenia 1:32 28:42.5 41 +3:35.6
40 28 Kristjan Ilves  Estonia 1:32 28:43.0 42 +3:36.1
41 43 Petr Kutal  Czech Republic 2:16 27:59.1 35 +3:36.2
42 44 Jussi Salo  Finland 2:20 28:18.7 39 +3:59.8
43 22 Ernest Yahin  Russia 1:28 29:13.0 46 +4:02.1
44 39 Viktor Pasichnyk  Ukraine 2:08 28:44.4 43 +4:13.5
45 16 Ben Berend  United States 1:19 30:14.5 49 +4:54.6
46 45 Marjan Jelenko  Slovenia 2:34 28:59.8 45 +4:54.9
47 48 Lukáš Rypl  Czech Republic 3:18 28:49.9 44 +5:29.0
48 46 Ruslan Balanda  Ukraine 2:46 29:26.6 47 +5:33.7
49 49 Park Je-un  South Korea 3:26 29:57.5 48 +6:44.6
42 Adam Cieślar  Poland 2:15 DNS

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