Ski jumping at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Large hill team

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Men's large hill team
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Pictogram for ski jumping
Venue Pragelato
Dates February 20
Competitors 64 from 16 nations
winning score 984.0
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  Austria
Andreas Widholzl, Andreas Kofler, Martin Koch, Thomas Morgenstern
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Finland
Tami Kiuru, Janne Happonen, Janne Ahonen, Matti Hautamäki
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Norway
Lars Bystøl, Bjørn Einar Romøren, Tommy Ingebrigtsen, Roar Ljøkelsøey
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Ski Jumping at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Normal hill   men  
Large hill men
Team men

The Men's large hill team ski jumping competition for the 2006 Winter Olympics was held in Pragelato, Italy. It occurred on 20 February.

Results[edit]

Sixteen teams competed in the team event, with each team consisting of four jumpers. After all athletes completed one jump, the top eight teams, by total score, advanced to the final round. Each skier on the top eight teams jumped again, and the teams were ranked by the total combined score of all their jumps in both rounds. [1]

Rank Athlete Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank
Gold medal icon.svg  Austria
Andreas Widholzl
Andreas Kofler
Martin Koch
Thomas Morgenstern
472.6
107.1
133.8
106.6
125.1
1 511.4
122.7
126.0
120.3
142.4
1 984.0
229.8
259.8
226.9
267.5
Silver medal icon.svg  Finland
Tami Kiuru
Janne Happonen
Janne Ahonen
Matti Hautamäki
467.2
113.6
109.5
122.2
121.9
2 509.4
127.2
112.2
129.6
140.4
2 976.6
240.8
221.7
251.8
262.3
Bronze medal icon.svg  Norway
Lars Bystøl
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Tommy Ingebrigtsen
Roar Ljøkelsøey
452.4
117.3
114.6
97.2
123.3
3 497.7
136.9
116.3
97.2
147.3
3 950.1
254.2
230.9
194.4
270.6
4  Germany
Michael Neumayer
Martin Schmitt
Michael Uhrmann
Georg Späth
446.0
113.8
116.4
105.4
110.4
4 476.6
118.0
100.9
125.0
132.7
4 922.6
231.8
217.3
230.4
243.1
5  Poland
Stefan Hula
Kamil Stoch
Robert Mateja
Adam Małysz
445.2
99.9
108.1
116.3
120.9
5 449.2
101.2
112.6
110.8
124.6
7 894.4
201.1
220.7
227.1
245.5
6  Japan
Daiki Ito
Tsuyoshi Ichinohe
Noriaki Kasai
Takanobu Okabe
426.8
106.2
104.3
110.5
105.8
6 466.3
107.2
103.1
126.4
129.6
5 893.1
213.4
207.4
236.9
235.4
7  Switzerland
Michael Möllinger
Simon Ammann
Guido Landert
Andreas Küttel
424.2
107.2
108.5
95.7
112.8
8 462.7
108.7
107.6
108.6
137.8
6 886.9
215.9
216.1
204.3
250.6
8  Russia
Denis Kornilov
Dimitri Ipatov
Dimitri Vassiliev
Ildar Fatchullin
425.0
106.7
105.3
114.0
99.0
7 431.8
97.5
109.9
126.3
98.1
8 856.8
204.2
215.2
240.3
197.1
9  Czech Republic
Jan Matura
Ondřej Vaculík
Borek Sedlák
Jakub Janda
397.0
110.8
79.6
99.0
107.6
9 397.0
110.8
79.6
99.0
107.6
10  Slovenia
Rok Benkovič
Robert Kranjec
Primož Peterka
Jernej Damjan
390.4
95.3
74.4
108.5
112.2
10 390.4
95.3
74.4
108.5
112.2
11  Italy
Andrea Morassi
Sebastian Colloredo
Alessio Bolognani
Davide Bresadola
328.4
80.1
105.3
70.7
72.3
11 328.4
80.1
105.3
70.7
72.3
12  Kazakhstan
Nikolay Karpenko
Radik Zhaparov
Alexey Korolev
Ivan Karaulov
322.2
84.8
85.7
69.7
82.0
12 322.2
84.8
85.7
69.7
82.0
13  South Korea
Choi Yong-Jik
Choi Heung-Chul
Kim Hyun-Ki
Kang Chil Ku
321.5
79.0
69.8
89.8
82.9
13 321.5
79.0
69.8
89.8
82.9
14  United States
Tommy Schwall
Anders Johnson
Clint Jones
Alan Alborn
286.8
60.7
50.3
82.2
93.6
14 286.8
60.7
50.3
82.2
93.6
15  Canada
Gregory Baxter
Stefan Read
Graeme Gorham
Michael Nell
276.8
71.2
82.0
60.2
63.4
15 276.8
71.2
82.0
60.2
63.4
16  China
Li Yang
Yang Guang
Wang Jianxun
Tian Zhandong
206.1
72.0
32.5
50.1
51.5
16 206.1
72.0
32.5
50.1
51.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Torino 2006 Official Report - Ski Jumping" (PDF). Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Retrieved May 20, 2009.