Nordic combined at the 1980 Winter Olympics

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Nordic Combined
at the XIII Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Venue Lake Placid Olympic Ski Jumping Complex (ski jumping)
Lake Placid Olympic Sports Complex Cross Country Biathlon Center (cross-country skiing)
Dates 18–19 February
Competitors 31 from 9 nations
Winning Score 432.200
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Ulrich Wehling  East Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jouko Karjalainen  Finland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Konrad Winkler  East Germany
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Nordic combined at the 1980 Winter Olympics, consisted of one event, held from 18 February to 19 February. The ski jumping portion took place at Lake Placid Olympic Ski Jumping Complex, while the cross-country portion took place at Lake Placid Olympic Sports Complex Cross Country Biathlon Center.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

[1]

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

Events[edit]

[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
Ulrich Wehling
 East Germany
432.200 Jouko Karjalainen
 Finland
429.500 Konrad Winkler
 East Germany
425.320

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) Ulrich Wehling  East Germany 112.2 115.0 102.4 227.2 1 49:24.5 205.000 9 432.200
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jouko Karjalainen  Finland 108.1 83.2 101.4 209.5 7 47:44.5 220.000 1 429.500
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Konrad Winkler  East Germany 97.0 104.6 109.9 214.5 5 48:45.7 210.820 8 425.320
4 Tom Sandberg  Norway 93.7 104.6 99.1 203.7 9 48:19.4 214.765 5 418.465
5 Uwe Dotzauer  East Germany 112.0 105.6 105.0 217.6 4 49:52.4 200.815 13 418.415
6 Karl Lustenberger  Switzerland 104.4 108.3 103.3 212.7 6 50:01.1 199.510 14 412.210
7 Aleksandr Mayorov  Soviet Union 85.5 94.8 99.6 194.4 13 48:19.6 214.735 6 409.135
8 Gunter Schmieder  East Germany 97.2 99.9 101.8 201.7 11 49:42.0 202.375 11 404.075
9 Hubert Schwarz  West Germany 85.6 106.1 113.5 219.6 3 51:54.2 182.545 23 402.145
10 Jan Legierski  Poland 93.9 89.4 82.4 183.3 19 48:00.3 217.630 2 400.930
11 Hallstein Bøgseth  Norway 95.0 95.4 108.4 203.8 8 50:29.9 195.190 19 398.990
12 Walter Malmquist  United States 108.4 113.4 106.3 221.8 2 52:54.5 173.500 27 395.300
13 Jorma Etelälahti  Finland 91.9 100.7 91.5 192.6 14 50:02.4 199.315 15 391.915
14 Urban Hettich  West Germany 78.8 91.5 82.7 174.2 23 48:09.0 216.325 4 390.525
15 Fjodor Koltšin  Soviet Union 88.7 78.1 82.3 171.0 26 48:08.8 216.355 3 387.355
16 Hermann Weinbuch  West Germany 95.8 92.0 91.8 187.8 17 50:14.9 197.440 17 385.240
17 Józef Pawlusiak  Poland 99.2 104.4 99.1 203.6 10 52:04.5 181.000 24 384.600
18 Kerry Lynch  United States 87.6 92.7 85.0 180.3 20 49:44.3 202.030 12 382.330
19 Sergey Omelchenko  Soviet Union 81.2 85.0 91.3 176.3 21 49:33.6 203.635 10 379.935
20 Günther Abel  West Germany 78.8 86.5 98.4 184.9 18 50:53.7 191.620 22 376.520
21 Ernst Beetschen  Switzerland 72.3 87.3 83.0 170.3 27 50:09.2 198.295 16 368.595
22 Jukka Kuvaja  Finland 66.3 77.6 77.4 155.0 31 48:32.2 212.845 7 367.845
23 Rauno Miettinen  Finland 83.9 88.0 81.9 171.9 24 50:26.9 195.640 18 367.540
24 Kazimierz Długopolski  Poland 74.2 81.5 89.6 171.1 25 50:39.2 193.795 21 364.895
25 Michio Kubota  Japan 83.5 99.6 88.3 187.9 16 52:34.4 176.515 26 364.415
26 Stanisław Kawulok  Poland 75.0 82.9 86.2 169.1 28 50:30.9 195.040 20 364.140
27 Toshihiro Hanada  Japan 97.5 86.3 94.6 192.1 15 54:44.2 157.045 28 349.145
28 Gary Crawford  United States 78.8 77.4 82.9 161.7 29 52:21.3 178.480 25 340.180
29 Odd Arne Engh  Norway 70.7 99.9 100.0 199.9 12 57:56.2 128.245 29 328.145
- Mike Devecka  United States 88.6 85.9 80.7 174.5 22 - - - -
- Arne Morten Granlien  Norway 76.0 80.5 78.0 158.5 30 - - - -

Participating NOCs[edit]

Nine nations participated in Nordic combined at the Lake Placid Games.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "The Official Report of the XIIIth Olympic Winter Games Lake Placid 1980 - Official Results" (PDF). Lake Placid Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1980. Retrieved January 20, 2014. 

Sports-Reference - 1980 Olympics - Nordic Combined

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