Nordic combined at the 1968 Winter Olympics

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Nordic Combined
at the X Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Venue Autrans
Dates 10–12 February
Competitors 41 from 13 nations
Winning Score 449.04
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Franz Keller  West Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Rauno Miettinen  Finland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andreas Kunz  East Germany
← 1964
1972 →

Nordic combined at the 1968 Winter Olympics consisted of one event, held from 10 February to 12 February at Autrans.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

[1]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  West Germany 1 0 0 1
2  Switzerland 0 1 0 1
3  East Germany 0 0 1 1
Total 1 1 1 3

Events[edit]

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
Franz Keller
 West Germany
449.04 Alois Kälin
 Switzerland
447.99 Andreas Kunz
 East Germany
444.10

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) Franz Keller  West Germany 118.1 122.0 81.3 240.1 1 50:45.2 208.94 13 449.04
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alois Kälin  Switzerland 73.1 97.8 95.4 193.2 24 47:21.5 254.79 1 447.99
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andreas Kunz  East Germany 109.3 105.8 107.6 216.9 10 49:19.8 227.20 3 444.10
4 Tomáš Kučera  Czechoslovakia 109.2 108.2 102.6 217.4 9 50:07.7 216.74 6 434.14
5 Ezio Damolin  Italy 103.4 102.6 99.4 206.0 13 49:36.2 223.54 4 429.54
6 Józef Gąsienica  Poland 100.2 112.7 105.0 217.7 8 50:34.5 211.08 11 428.78
7 Robert Makara  Soviet Union 109.3 113.5 74.1 222.8 6 51:09.3 204.12 17 426.92
8 Vyacheslav Dryagin  Soviet Union 106.6 107.5 115.3 222.8 5 51:22.0 201.58 19 424.38
9 Roland Weißpflog  East Germany 94.6 90.1 91.7 186.3 29 48:33.5 238.00 2 424.30
10 Hiroshi Itagaki  Japan 78.7 115.4 122.0 237.4 2 53:26.2 177.25 29 414.65
11 Karl-Heinz Luck  East Germany 100.2 98.6 91.4 198.8 20 50:14.7 215.22 8 414.02
12 Tõnu Haljand  Soviet Union 101.0 101.8 89.4 202.8 17 50:40.5 209.88 12 412.68
13 John Bower  United States 104.2 101.0 99.4 205.2 14 51:00.1 205.96 16 411.16
14 Günther Naumann  West Germany 95.4 94.6 92.3 190.0 28 49:48.5 220.89 5 410.89
15 Józef Gąsienica Daniel  Poland 107.6 78.3 96.2 203.8 16 51:10.1 203.96 18 407.76
16 Ladislav Rygl  Czechoslovakia 97.1 100.2 100.2 200.4 19 50:55.5 206.88 14 407.28
17 Fabio Morandini  Italy 83.0 90.9 90.8 181.7 33 50:08.5 216.56 7 398.26
18 Erwin Fiedor  Poland 119.0 112.9 115.3 234.3 3 54:48.7 161.63 36 395.93
19 Mikhail Artyukhov  Soviet Union 94.6 97.8 90.7 192.4 26 51:32.4 199.50 20 391.90
20 Jan Kawulok  Poland 103.4 97.0 95.7 200.4 18 52:32.7 187.51 25 387.91
21 Mikkel Dobloug  Norway 94.6 97.8 94.6 192.4 27 51:55.8 194.82 21 387.22
22 Georg Krog  United States 105.4 106.8 100.2 212.2 11 53:55.9 171.56 33 383.76
23 Akemi Taniguchi  Japan 114.4 110.0 109.1 224.4 4 55:04.5 158.74 39 383.14
24 Katsutoshi Okubo  Japan 96.2 98.6 90.1 194.8 23 52:33.1 187.43 26 382.23
25 Alfred Winkler  West Germany 88.9 98.6 94.2 192.8 25 52:26.0 188.79 24 381.59
26 Jim Miller  United States 70.5 85.1 86.5 171.6 35 50:56.0 206.78 15 378.38
27 Markus Svendsen  Norway 98.6 105.0 105.8 210.8 12 54:19.4 167.05 35 377.85
28 Kåre Olav Berg  Norway 104.2 100.2 95.4 204.4 15 53:57.8 171.20 34 375.60
29 Hans Rudhardt  West Germany 96.7 95.7 98.7 195.4 22 53:15.3 179.34 28 374.74
30 Ilpo Nuolikivi  Finland 87.2 90.9 87.2 178.1 34 52:39.6 186.18 27 364.28
31 Masatoshi Suto  Japan 87.3 95.7 72.2 183.0 30 53:32.6 176.03 31 359.03
32 Ulli Öhlböck  Austria 76.0 83.7 85.1 168.8 36 52:23.9 189.20 23 358.00
33 Esa Klinga  Finland 80.2 86.5 80.2 166.7 37 52:19.7 190.04 22 356.74
34 Waldemar Heigenhauser  Austria 101.8 95.4 92.7 197.2 21 55:00.4 159.49 38 356.69
35 Helmut Voggenberger  Austria 95.4 86.5 84.4 181.9 32 54:57.2 160.07 37 341.97
36 Raimo Majuri  Finland 82.3 79.5 76.7 161.8 38 53:30.2 176.48 30 338.28
37 Émile Salvi  France 77.7 80.9 76.2 158.6 39 53:44.3 173.78 32 332.38
38 Jean-Marie Bourgeois  France 56.0 35.6 55.4 111.4 40 50:18.0 214.50 9 325.90
39 Tom Upham  United States 80.9 92.2 90.0 182.2 31 56:30.5 142.97 40 325.17
40 Gjert Andersen  Norway 116.2 99.4 105.0 221.2 7 0:28.0 102.49 41 323.69
41 Gervais Poirot  France 49.4 51.2 51.2 102.4 41 50:22.2 213.58 10 315.98

Participating NOCs[edit]

Thirteen nations participated in Nordic combined at the Grenoble Games.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Rapport Officiel Xes Jeux Olympiques D'Hiver 1968 Grenoble" (PDF). Comité d'organisation des Xemes jeux olympiques d'hiver. LA84 Foundation. 1968. Retrieved January 20, 2014. 

Sports-Reference - 1968 Olympics - Nordic Combined

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