Nordic combined at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Individual large hill/10 km

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Men's individual large hill/10 km
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Pictogram for Nordic combined
Venue RusSki Gorki Jumping Center
Dates 18 February
Competitors 46 from 15 nations
Winning time 23:27.5
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Jørgen Graabak  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Magnus Moan  Norway
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Fabian Rießle  Germany
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The men's individual large hill/10 km Nordic combined competition for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, was held at RusSki Gorki Jumping Center on 18 February.[1]

Results[edit]

Ski jumping[edit]

The ski jumping was held at 13:30.[2]

Rank Bib Name Country Distance (m) Points Time difference
1 46 Eric Frenzel  Germany 139.5 129.0 0.00
2 44 Håvard Klemetsen  Norway 137.5 127.0 +0:08
3 33 Bernhard Gruber  Austria 136.5 123.4 +0:22
4 45 Akito Watabe  Japan 134.0 120.8 +0:33
5 43 Jason Lamy-Chappuis  France 133.5 120.7 +0:33
6 38 Jørgen Graabak  Norway 132.0 118.4 +0:42
7 41 Magnus Moan  Norway 133.0 117.8 +0:45
8 1 Kristjan Ilves  Estonia 125.0 117.2 +0:47
9 30 Fabian Rießle  Germany 130.0 115.1 +0:56
10 18 Tomas Portyk  Czech Republic 128.5 114.4 +0:58
11 35 Björn Kircheisen  Germany 129.0 113.2 +1:03
12 42 Johannes Rydzek  Germany 129.5 112.7 +1:05
13 39 Lukas Klapfer  Austria 127.5 109.9 +1:16
14 25 Marjan Jelenko  Slovenia 124.5 109.1 +1:20
15 17 Maxime Laheurte  France 125.0 108.0 +1:24
16 28 Ilkka Herola  Finland 126.5 106.8 +1:29
17 36 Christoph Bieler  Austria 125.5 106.4 +1:30
18 40 Magnus Krog  Norway 125.5 106.1 +1:32
19 24 François Braud  France 121.0 105.5 +1:34
20 7 Viktor Pasichnyk  Ukraine 122.5 104.6 +1:38
21 8 Karl-August Tiirmaa  Estonia 123.0 104.3 +1:39
22 32 Miroslav Dvořák  Czech Republic 125.0 104.2 +1:39
23 29 Mario Stecher  Austria 124.5 104.0 +1:40
24 14 Pavel Churavý  Czech Republic 123.0 103.6 +1:42
25 34 Tim Hug  Switzerland 123.5 102.3 +1:47
26 4 Tomáš Slavík  Czech Republic 120.5 101.0 +1:52
27 37 Bryan Fletcher  United States 121.5 99.3 +1:59
27 26 Hideaki Nagai  Japan 119.0 99.3 +1:59
27 12 Eetu Vähäsöyrinki  Finland 124.5 99.3 +1:59
30 11 Todd Lodwick  United States 126.0 98.8 +2:01
31 21 Sébastien Lacroix  France 120.0 98.0 +2.04
32 9 Adam Cieslar  Poland 122.0 97.8 +2:05
33 15 Mitja Oranič  Slovenia 118.5 96.7 +2:09
34 13 Gašper Berlot  Slovenia 120.0 96.4 +2:10
35 23 Taylor Fletcher  United States 115.5 95.8 +2:13
36 20 Yoshito Watabe  Japan 119.5 95.4 +2:14
37 16 Han Hendrik Piho  Estonia 118.0 95.3 +2:15
38 27 Bill Demong  United States 116.5 94.5 +2:18
39 31 Alessandro Pittin  Italy 119.5 93.2 +2:23
40 5 Janne Ryynänen  Finland 117.0 91.7 +2:29
41 19 Armin Bauer  Italy 115.0 91.4 +2:30
42 10 Mikke Leinonen  Finland 118.5 89.9 +2:36
43 3 Ivan Panin  Russia 114.5 89.5 +2:38
44 6 Giuseppe Michielli  Italy 114.5 89.1 +2:40
45 22 Taihei Kato  Japan 126.5 87.6 +2:46
46 2 Lukas Runggaldier  Italy 112.5 86.8 +2:49

Cross-country[edit]

The cross-country part was held at 16:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Start time Cross country
time
Cross country
rank
Finish time
1st, gold medalist(s) 6 Jørgen Graabak  Norway +0:42 22:45.5 12 0.00
2nd, silver medalist(s) 41 Magnus Moan  Norway +0:45 22:43.1 10 +0.6
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 30 Fabian Rießle  Germany +0:56 22:33.1 8 +1.6
4 35 Björn Kircheisen  Germany +1:03 22:26.6 4 +2.1
5 33 Bernhard Gruber  Austria +0:22 23:16.8 24 +11.3
6 45 Akito Watabe  Japan +0:33 23:06.0 19 +11.5
7 43 Jason Lamy-Chappuis  France +0:33 23:10.9 22 +16.4
8 42 Johannes Rydzek  Germany +1:05 22:46.4 13 +23.9
9 44 Håvard Klemetsen  Norway +0:08 23:44.0 26 +24.5
10 46 Eric Frenzel  Germany 0.00 23:57.9 30 +30.4
11 32 Miroslav Dvořák  Czech Republic +1:39 22:21.1 2 +32.6
12 40 Magnus Krog  Norway +1:32 22:32.2 7 +36.7
13 24 François Braud  France +1:34 22:31.2 5 +37.7
14 28 Ilkka Herola  Finland +1:29 22:42.2 9 +43.7
15 39 Lukas Klapfer  Austria +1:16 23:03.7 16 +52.2
16 25 Marjan Jelenko  Slovenia +1:20 23:08.6 20 +1:01.1
17 36 Christoph Bieler  Austria +1:30 23:03.9 17 +1:06.4
18 31 Alessandro Pittin  Italy +2:23 22:20.5 1 +1:16.0
19 29 Mario Stecher  Austria +1:40 23:04.1 18 +1:16.6
20 23 Taylor Fletcher  United States +2:13 22:31.6 6 +1:17.1
21 21 Sébastien Lacroix  France +2:04 22:47.5 14 +1:24.0
22 37 Bryan Fletcher  United States +1:59 22:53.3 15 +1:24.8
23 19 Armin Bauer  Italy +2:30 22:23.5 3 +1:26.0
24 34 Tim Hug  Switzerland +1:47 23:09.5 21 +1:29.0
25 18 Tomas Portyk  Czech Republic +0:58 24:01.8 34 +1:32.3
26 26 Hideaki Nagai  Japan +1:59 23:11.7 23 +1:43.2
27 17 Maxime Laheurte  France +1:24 23:55.6 29 +1:52.1
28 2 Lukas Runggaldier  Italy +2:49 22:44.0 11 +2:05.5
29 4 Tomáš Slavík  Czech Republic +1:52 23:44.2 27 +2:08.7
30 7 Viktor Pasichnyk  Ukraine +1:38 23:59.6 31 +2:10.1
31 27 Bill Demong  United States +2:18 23:23.3 25 +2:13.8
32 14 Pavel Churavý  Czech Republic +1:42 24:10.0 35 +2:24.5
33 13 Gašper Berlot  Slovenia +2:10 23:46.6 28 +2:29.1
34 1 Kristjan Ilves  Estonia +0:47 25:24.5 43 +2:44.0
35 20 Yoshito Watabe  Japan +2:14 24:00.4 33 +2:46.9
36 16 Han Hendrik Piho  Estonia +2:15 24:00.0 32 +2:47.5
37 9 Adam Cieslar  Poland +2:05 24:10.8 36 +2:48.3
38 12 Eetu Vähäsöyrinki  Finland +1:59 24:25.2 39 +2:56.7
39 15 Mitja Oranič  Slovenia +2:09 24:29.8 40 +3:11.3
40 5 Janne Ryynänen  Finland +2:29 24:16.9 37 +3:18.4
41 6 Giuseppe Michielli  Italy +2:40 24:16.9 38 +3:29.4
42 10 Mikke Leinonen  Finland +2:36 24:43.4 41 +3:51.9
43 3 Ivan Panin  Russia +2:38 24:45.8 42 +3:56.3
44 8 Karl-August Tiirmaa  Estonia +1:39 26:06.4 44 +4:17.9
11 Todd Lodwick  United States DNS
22 Taihei Kato  Japan DNS

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