Nordic combined at the 1992 Winter Olympics – Individual

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Individual
at the XVI Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Pictogram for Nordic combined
Venue Courchevel (ski jumping)
Les Saisies (cross-country skiing)
Dates 11–12 February
Competitors 45 from 12 nations
Winning time 44:28.1
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Fabrice Guy  France
2nd, silver medalist(s) Sylvain Guillaume  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Klaus Sulzenbacher  Austria
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The men's individual nordic combined competition for the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville at Courchevel and Les Saisies on 11 and 12 February.[1]

Results[edit]

Ski Jumping[edit]

Athletes did three normal hill ski jumps, with the lowest score dropped. The combined points earned on the jumps determined the starting order and times for the cross-country race; each three points was equal to a 20 second deficit.[1]

Rank Name Country Jump 1 Jump 2 Jump 3 Points Time Difference
1 Klaus Ofner  Austria 111.6 113.0 115.5 228.5 +0:00.0
2 Reiichi Mikata  Japan 108.5 111.1 115.0 226.1 +0:16.0
3 Fabrice Guy  France 115.5 101.1 106.6 222.1 +0:42.6
4 Klaus Sulzenbacher  Austria 110.8 110.8 108.9 221.6 +0:46.0
5 Jari Mantila  Finland 107.3 102.9 109.4 216.7 +1:18.6
6 Kenji Ogiwara  Japan 110.9 104.4 84.9 215.3 +1:27.9
7 Stefan Kreiner  Austria 98.4 106.2 108.6 214.8 +1:31.2
8 Hans-Peter Pohl  Germany 107.7 104.8 103.2 212.5 +1:46.5
9 Fred Børre Lundberg  Norway 103.5 106.1 105.8 211.9 +1:50.5
10 Thomas Dufter  Germany 100.8 104.6 106.2 210.8 +1:57.8
11 Andrey Dundukov  Unified Team 92.7 106.4 104.0 210.4 +2:00.5
12 Teemu Summanen  Finland 95.7 105.3 103.0 208.3 +2:14.5
13 Sylvain Guillaume  France 97.2 106.2 101.9 208.1 +2:15.8
14 Allar Levandi  Estonia 101.7 102.7 103.7 206.4 +2:27.1
15 Joe Holland  United States 93.8 98.6 107.7 206.3 +2:27.8
16 Sergey Shvagirev  Unified Team 97.5 102.0 103.0 205.0 +2:36.4
17 Milan Kučera  Czechoslovakia 97.3 107.7 96.1 205.0 +2:36.4
18 Stanisław Ustupski  Poland 102.0 100.6 96.5 202.6 +2:52.4
19 Francis Reppelin  France 95.6 100.8 101.1 201.9 +2:57.1
20 Andreas Schaad  Switzerland 97.3 103.0 98.1 201.1 +3:02.4
21 Marco Zarucchi  Switzerland 95.0 97.8 103.3 201.1 +3:02.4
22 Xavier Girard  France 84.5 100.7 98.6 199.3 +3:14.4
23 Ago Markvardt  Estonia 91.2 99.0 100.0 199.0 +3:16.4
24 Masashi Abe  Japan 100.4 97.5 96.8 197.9 +3:23.7
25 Takanori Kono  Japan 64.3 93.6 103.8 197.4 +3:27.0
26 Sven Leonhardt  Germany 89.7 96.5 100.7 197.2 +3:28.4
27 František Máka  Czechoslovakia 96.4 100.7 96.4 197.1 +3:29.0
28 Ryan Heckman  United States 96.8 99.6 95.0 196.4 +3:33.7
29 Tim Tetreault  United States 96.4 96.6 98.9 195.5 +3:39.7
30 Josef Kovařík  Czechoslovakia 96.9 96.4 94.8 193.3 +3:54.3
31 Günther Csar  Austria 92.5 100.3 93.0 193.3 +3:54.3
32 Valery Stolyarov  Unified Team 88.8 103.2 85.9 192.0 +4:03.0
33 Stefan Habas  Poland 93.8 89.4 98.0 191.8 +4:04.3
34 Pasi Saapunki  Finland 92.6 93.3 97.8 191.1 +4:08.9
35 Knut Tore Apeland  Norway 91.7 94.3 96.4 190.7 +4:11.6
36 Hippolyt Kempf  Switzerland 92.6 77.3 97.1 189.7 +4:18.3
37 Martin Bayer  Czechoslovakia 97.0 91.2 88.3 188.2 +4:28.2
38 Peter Heli  Estonia 89.4 92.6 89.1 182.0 +5:09.5
39 Trond Einar Elden  Norway 88.9 93.0 87.9 181.9 +5:10.2
40 Vasily Savin  Unified Team 87.1 91.0 88.4 179.4 +5:26.8
41 Urs Niedhart  Switzerland 82.9 84.6 94.7 179.3 +5:27.5
42 Sami Kallunki  Finland 87.6 83.1 89.9 177.5 +5:39.5
43 Todd Wilson  United States 84.7 78.7 92.0 176.7 +5:44.8
44 Toomas Tiru  Estonia 80.6 83.2 87.7 170.9 +6:23.4
45 Bård Jørgen Elden  Norway 77.0 88.1 79.6 167.7 +6:44.7

Cross-Country[edit]

The cross-country race was over a distance of 15 kilometres.[1]

Rank Name Country Start time Cross-country Finish time
Time Place
1st, gold medalist(s) Fabrice Guy  France +0:42.7 43:45.4 6 44:28.1
2nd, silver medalist(s) Sylvain Guillaume  France +2:16.0 43:00.5 3 45:16.5
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Klaus Sulzenbacher  Austria +0:46.0 44:48.4 13 45:34.4
4 Fred Børre Lundberg  Norway +1:50.7 44:04.1 9 45:54.8
5 Klaus Ofner  Austria +0:00.0 45:57.9 21 45:57.9
6 Allar Levandi  Estonia +2:27.4 43:34.8 5 46:02.2
7 Kenji Ogiwara  Japan +1:28.0 44:57.5 16 46:25.5
8 Stanisław Ustupski  Poland +2:52.7 44:03.5 8 46:56.2
9 Trond Einar Elden  Norway +5:10.7 42:01.2 1 47:11.9
10 Knut Tore Apeland  Norway +4:12.0 43:11.9 4 47:23.9
11 Andrey Dundukov  Unified Team +2:00.7 45:43.5 19 47:44.2
12 Thomas Dufter  Germany +1:58.0 45:54.9 20 47:52.9
13 Xavier Girard  France +3:14.7 44:47.3 12 48:02.0
14 Andreas Schaad  Switzerland +3:02.7 44:59.4 17 48:02.1
15 František Máka  Czechoslovakia +3:29.4 44:33.4 10 48:02.8
16 Hans-Peter Pohl  Germany +1:46.7 46:55.0 26 48:41.7
17 Stefan Kreiner  Austria +1:31.4 47:10.4 27 48:41.8
17 Josef Kovařík  Czechoslovakia +3:54.7 44:47.1 11 48:41.8
19 Takanori Kono  Japan +3:27.4 45:18.9 18 48:46.3
20 Pasi Saapunki  Finland +4:09.4 44:54.0 15 49:03.4
21 Bård Jørgen Elden  Norway +6:45.3 42:32.1 2 49:17.4
22 Vasily Savin  Unified Team +5:27.4 43:57.4 7 49:24.8
23 Ago Markvardt  Estonia +3:16.7 46:21.9 25 49:38.6
24 Teemu Summanen  Finland +2:14.7 47:44.7 31 49:59.4
25 Stefan Habas  Poland +4:04.7 46:13.4 23 50:18.1
26 Hippolyt Kempf  Switzerland +4:18.7 46:05.8 22 50:24.5
27 Francis Reppelin  France +2:57.4 47:31.0 28 50:28.4
28 Sami Kallunki  Finland +5:40.0 44:49.7 14 50:29.7
29 Marco Zarucchi  Switzerland +3:02.7 47:52.6 33 50:55.3
30 Masashi Abe  Japan +3:24.0 47:44.5 30 51:08.5
31 Peter Heli  Estonia +5:10.0 46:15.1 24 51:25.1
32 Günther Csar  Austria +3:54.7 47:34.0 29 51:28.7
33 Valery Stolyarov  Unified Team +4:03.4 47:46.8 32 51:50.2
34 Reiichi Mikata  Japan +0:16.0 51:53.1 42 52:09.1
35 Sven Leonhardt  Germany +3:28.7 48:59.9 36 52:28.6
36 Sergey Shvagirev  Unified Team +2:36.7 50:26.9 39 53:03.6
37 Ryan Heckman  United States +3:34.0 50:07.9 37 53:41.9
38 Urs Niedhart  Switzerland +5:28.0 48:39.4 35 54:07.4
39 Todd Wilson  United States +5:45.3 48:36.7 34 54:22.0
40 Tim Tetreault  United States +3:40.0 51:09.6 41 54:49.6
41 Martin Bayer  Czechoslovakia +4:28.7 50:42.5 40 55:11.2
42 Toomas Tiru  Estonia +6:24.0 50:13.1 38 56:37.1
- Jari Mantila  Finland +1:18.7 DNF - -
- Joe Holland  United States +2:28.0 DNF - -
- Milan Kučera  Czechoslovakia +2:36.7 DNF - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Albertville 1992 Official Report" (PDF). Le Comite d'Organisation des Jeux Olympiques Albertville. LA84 Foundation. 1992. Retrieved January 21, 2014. 

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