Nordic combined at the 1964 Winter Olympics

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Nordic combined
at the IX Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Venue Seefeld in Tirol
Dates 2–3 February
Competitors 32 from 11 nations
Winning score 469.28
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Tormod Knutsen  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Nikolay Kiselyov  Soviet Union
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Georg Thoma  United Team of Germany
← 1960
1968 →

Nordic combined at the 1964 Winter Olympics consisted of one event, held 2–3 February at Seefeld in Tirol.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

[1]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Norway 1 0 0 1
2  Soviet Union 0 1 0 1
3  United Team of Germany 0 0 1 1
Total 1 1 1 3

Events[edit]

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
Tormod Knutsen
 Norway
469.28 Nikolay Kiselyov
 Soviet Union
453.04 Georg Thoma
 United Team of Germany
452.88

Individual[edit]

Athletes did three normal hill ski jumps, with the lowest score dropped. They then raced a 15 kilometre cross-country course, with the time converted to points. The athlete with the highest combined points score was awarded the gold medal.[1]

Rank Name Country Ski jumping Cross-country Total
Jump 1 Jump 2 Jump 3 Total Rank Time Points Rank
1st, gold medalist(s) Tormod Knutsen  Norway 120.8 118.1 110.2 238.9 2 50:58.6 230.38 4 469.28
2nd, silver medalist(s) Nikolay Kiselyov  Soviet Union 113.9 94.1 119.1 233.0 3 51:49.1 220.04 8 453.04
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Georg Thoma  United Team of Germany 122.0 119.1 112.7 241.1 1 52:31.2 211.78 10 452.88
4 Nikolay Gusakov  Soviet Union 100.3 103.4 120.0 223.4 7 51:19.8 225.96 5 449.36
5 Arne Larsen  Norway 96.5 101.8 81.2 198.3 17 50:49.6 232.33 3 430.63
6 Arne Barhaugen  Norway 95.7 91.6 95.6 191.3 20 50:40.4 234.33 2 425.63
7 Vyacheslav Dryagin  Soviet Union 95.9 101.8 114.4 216.2 10 52:58.3 206.55 12 422.75
8 Ezio Damolin  Italy 99.5 90.9 98.6 198.1 18 51:42.3 221.44 7 419.54
9 Rainer Dietel  United Team of Germany 114.5 109.3 108.3 223.8 6 54:07.3 193.34 15 417.14
10 Willy Köstinger  Austria 113.8 101.0 111.7 225.5 5 54:35.5 188.18 18 413.68
11 Bjørn Wirkola  Norway 101.9 101.0 115.3 217.2 9 53:51.9 196.34 14 413.54
12 Alois Kälin  Switzerland 61.7 81.6 78.3 159.9 28 49:12.8 253.33 1 413.23
13 Štefan Olekšák  Czechoslovakia 94.8 91.0 88.6 185.8 24 51:29.5 223.98 6 409.78
14 Erwin Fiedor  Poland 105.4 113.7 97.1 219.1 8 54:41.3 187.06 19 406.16
15 John Bower  United States 90.9 90.8 100.2 191.1 21 52:26.4 212.66 9 403.76
16 Roland Weißpflog  United Team of Germany 101.3 117.1 115.3 232.4 4 56:18.2 169.30 23 401.70
17 Horst Möhwald  United Team of Germany 97.0 89.4 92.2 189.2 23 52:56.2 206.98 11 396.18
18 Enzo Perin  Italy 81.6 102.6 97.8 200.4 15 54:17.7 191.42 17 391.82
19 Waldemar Heigenhauser  Austria 105.4 105.0 83.7 210.4 11 56:24.1 168.32 25 378.72
20 Takashi Fujisawa  Japan 99.8 108.3 96.4 208.1 12 56:31.0 167.12 26 375.22
21 Josef Kutheil  Czechoslovakia 105.4 92.5 102.6 208.0 13 56:58.3 162.36 28 370.36
22 Erkki Luiro  Finland 103.5 101.8 103.5 207.0 14 56:57.3 162.50 27 369.50
23 Raimo Majuri  Finland 91.5 99.4 93.3 192.7 19 55:44.5 175.52 21 368.22
24 Miloslav Švaříček  Czechoslovakia 91.3 96.2 103.6 199.8 16 57:16.7 159.08 30 358.88
25 Esa Klinga  Finland 94.4 77.3 78.7 173.1 26 55:22.4 179.49 20 352.59
26 Raimo Partanen  Finland 83.9 72.7 54.0 156.6 29 54:15.9 191.78 16 348.38
27 Jim Shea  United States 72.1 69.2 58.4 141.3 31 53:04.2 205.46 13 346.76
28 Leopold Kohl  Austria 82.2 74.9 99.4 181.6 25 57:09.8 160.26 29 341.86
29 Franz Scherübl  Austria 75.2 76.6 93.0 169.6 27 56:19.9 169.00 24 338.60
30 Eiichi Tanaka  Japan 89.7 90.0 100.2 190.2 22 58:23.9 147.30 31 337.50
31 Akemi Taniguchi  Japan 39.7 81.8 38.0 121.5 32 56:14.1 170.01 22 291.51
- Jim Page  United States 80.1 71.4 72.2 152.3 30 DNS - - -

Participating NOCs[edit]

Eleven nations participated in Nordic combined at the Innsbruck Games.[1]


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Offizieller Bericht der IX. Olympischen Winterspiele Innsbruck 1964" (PDF). Austrian Federal Publishing House for Instruction, Science and Art, Vienna and Munich. LA84 Foundation. 1964. Retrieved 20 January 2014. 

Sports-Reference - 1964 Olympics - Nordic Combined

Sports-Reference - 1964 Olympics - Nordic Combined - Individual