Ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Large hill individual

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Men's large hill individual
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Simon AmmannOlympic gold.jpg
Gold medallist Simon Ammann
Venue Whistler Olympic Park
Dates 19–20 February
Competitors 61 from 18 nations
Winning Score 283.6
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Simon Ammann  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Adam Małysz  Poland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria
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Ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympics
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Normal hill   men  
Large hill men
Team men

The Men's large hill individual ski jumping competition for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada was held at Whistler Olympic Park in Whistler, British Columbia. It started on 19 February and ended on 20 February.[1] Austria's Thomas Morgenstern was the defending Olympic champion in this event.[2] Andreas Küttel of Switzerland was the defending world champion in this event.[3] Two test events took place at the Olympic venue on 24–25 January 2009, both won by Austria's Gregor Schlierenzauer.[4][5] On the 25th, Schlierenzauer set the hill jumping record with a jump of 149.0 metres (488.8 ft) which was also tied by Finland's Ville Larinto.[5] The last World Cup event in this format prior to the 2010 Games took place on 6 February 2010 in Willingen, Germany and was won by Schlierenzauer.[6]

Results[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

A qualifying round for this event took place on 19 February with a trial qualification at 08:30 PST and a qualification round at 10:00 PST the same day.[1][7]

Rank Bib Name Country Distance (m) Distance Points Judges Points Total Notes
1 47 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 142.5 91.5 52.0 143.5 Q
2 51 Daiki Ito  Japan 139.5 86.1 56.5 142.6 Q
3 36 Matti Hautamäki  Finland 137.5 82.5 55.5 138.0 Q
3 43 Antonin Hajek  Czech Republic 137.5 82.5 55.5 138.0 Q
3 46 Andreas Wank  Germany 137.5 82.5 55.5 138.0 Q
6 50 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway 137.0 81.6 55.5 137.1 Q
7 33 Anders Bardal  Norway 136.5 80.7 56.0 136.7 Q
8 41 Tom Hilde  Norway 136.5 80.7 55.0 135.7 Q
9 49 Harri Olli  Finland 137.0 81.6 54.0 135.6 Q
10 48 Emmanuel Chedal  France 137.0 81.6 53.5 135.1 Q
11 44 Jakub Janda  Czech Republic 134.5 77.1 54.5 131.6 Q
12 45 Michael Neumayer  Germany 136.0 79.8 49.5 129.3 Q
13 24 Janne Happonen  Finland 133.0 74.4 54.0 128.4 Q
14 22 Stefan Hula  Poland 132.0 72.6 55.0 127.6 Q
14 27 Denis Kornilov  Russia 132.0 72.6 55.0 127.6 Q
16 34 Krzysztof Miętus  Poland 132.5 73.5 53.5 127.0 Q
17 42 Kamil Stoch  Poland 131.0 70.8 54.5 125.3 Q
18 35 Sebastian Colloredo  Italy 131.5 71.7 53.5 125.2 Q
19 39 Shōhei Tochimoto  Japan 130.5 69.9 53.5 123.4 Q
20 37 Andreas Küttel  Switzerland 130.0 69.0 53.5 122.5 Q
21 29 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 129.5 68.1 54.0 122.1 Q
22 32 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 129.5 68.1 53.5 121.6 Q
23 38 Jernej Damjan  Slovenia 129.5 68.1 53.0 121.1 Q
24 28 Pavel Karelin  Russia 128.5 66.3 53.0 119.3 Q
25 40 Martin Schmitt  Germany 128.0 65.4 53.5 118.9 Q
26 23 Vincent Descombes Sevoie  France 128.0 65.4 52.5 117.9 Q
27 25 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 127.5 64.5 52.5 117.0 Q
28 13 Nicholas Alexander  United States 127.5 64.5 52.0 116.5 Q
29 26 Martin Cikl  Czech Republic 126.0 61.8 52.5 114.3 Q
30 7 Peter Frenette  United States 126.0 61.8 52.0 113.8 Q
31 30 Andrea Morassi  Italy 124.0 58.2 51.5 109.7 Q
32 15 Alexey Korolev  Kazakhstan 123.5 57.3 52.0 109.3 Q
33 17 Kim Hyun-Ki  South Korea 123.0 56.4 52.5 108.9 Q
34 14 Choi Heung-Chul  South Korea 122.5 55.5 51.5 107.0 Q
35 8 David Lazzaroni  France 122.5 55.5 49.5 105.0 Q
36 3 Stefan Read  Canada 120.5 51.9 51.0 102.9 Q
37 20 Dimitry Ipatov  Russia 120.0 51.0 51.0 102.0 Q
38 19 Ilya Rosliakov  Russia 119.5 50.1 51.0 101.1 Q
39 31 Mitja Mežnar  Slovenia 120.0 51.0 50.0 101.0 Q
40 4 Tomáš Zmoray  Slovakia 119.5 50.1 50.5 100.6 Q
41 18 Nikolay Karpenko  Kazakhstan 119.0 49.2 51.0 100.2
42 2 Anders Johnson  United States 117.0 45.6 50.0 95.6
43 12 Oleksandr Lazarovych  Ukraine 116.5 44.7 49.5 94.2
44 16 Roberto Dellasega  Italy 113.5 39.3 48.5 87.8
45 9 MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes  Canada 111.0 34.8 49.0 83.8
46 10 Choi Yong-Jik  South Korea 110.5 33.9 49.5 83.4
47 5 Volodymyr Boshchuk  Ukraine 109.5 32.1 49.0 81.1
48 11 Alexandre Mabboux  France 107.0 27.6 48.5 76.1
49 6 Trevor Morrice  Canada 106.0 25.8 48.0 73.8
50 21 Vitaliy Shumbarets  Ukraine 102.0 18.6 47.0 65.6
51 1 Eric Mitchell  Canada 93.0 2.4 45.0 47.4
* 52 Michael Uhrmann  Germany 134.5 Q, 1[›]
* 53 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 134.5 Q, 1[›]
* 54 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 142.5 Q, 1[›]
* 55 Janne Ahonen  Finland 126.5 Q, 1[›]
* 56 Adam Małysz  Poland 133.5 Q, 1[›]
* 57 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 125.5 Q, 1[›]
* 58 Andreas Kofler  Austria 125.5 Q, 1[›]
* 59 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 129.5 Q, 1[›]
* 60 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 134.5 Q, 1[›]
* 61 Simon Ammann  Switzerland 140.0 Q, 1[›]

^ 1: These skiers were pre-qualified; they did perform jumps in the qualification round, but were not ranked with the non-pre-qualified jumpers.

Final[edit]

The final took place on 20 February. Consisting of two jumps, the top thirty jumpers after the first jump qualify for the second jump. The combined total of the two jumps was used to determine the final ranking. A practice round for competition took place at 08:30 PST with the first and second rounds of the event taking place at 11:30 PST and 12:30 PST, respectively.[1]

Defending Olympic champion Morgenstern finished fifth, test event winner Schlierenzauer earned bronze, and defending world champion Küttel finished a disappointing 24th. Ammann's first jump was the longest in Olympic history though it was eclipsed by Schlierenzauer in the team event two days later.

Rank Bib Name Country Round 1
Distance (m)
Round 1
Points
Round 1
Rank
Final Round
Distance (m)
Final Round
Points
Final Round
Rank
Total Points
1st, gold medalist(s) 50 Simon Ammann  Switzerland 144.0 144.7 1 138.0 138.9 1 283.6
2nd, silver medalist(s) 45 Adam Małysz  Poland 137.0 138.1 2 133.5 131.3 6 269.4
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 49 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 130.5 125.4 5 136.0 136.8 2 262.2
4 47 Andreas Kofler  Austria 131.5 127.2 4 135.0 134.0 4 261.2
5 48 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 129.5 123.6 7 129.5 123.1 8 246.7
6 34 Michael Neumayer  Germany 130.0 122.5 8 130.0 123.0 9 245.5
7 32 Antonin Hajek  Czech Republic 128.0 119.4 9 129.0 121.2 12 240.6
8 36 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 121.5 105.7 21 135.0 133.5 5 239.2
9 42 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 118.5 99.3 27 135.5 134.4 3 233.7
10 46 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 129.5 124.1 6 121.5 106.2 22 230.3
11 30 Tom Hilde  Norway 124.0 111.2 15 126.5 116.7 13 227.9
12 43 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 128.0 119.4 9 122.5 107.0 21 226.4
13 37 Emmanuel Chedal  France 118.5 99.8 25 131.5 125.7 7 225.5
14 31 Kamil Stoch  Poland 126.0 114.3 13 123.5 109.8 20 224.1
15 39 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway 123.5 109.3 17 126.0 114.3 14 223.6
16 18 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 124.5 111.6 14 124.0 110.7 16 222.3
17 33 Jakub Janda  Czech Republic 126.5 115.2 12 121.5 106.2 23 221.4
18 38 Harri Olli  Finland 117.0 95.6 30 129.0 122.2 10 217.8
19 11 Stefan Hula  Poland 122.5 106.5 20 124.0 110.7 17 217.2
20 40 Daiki Ito  Japan 117.0 95.6 30 128.5 121.3 11 216.9
21 12 Vincent Descombes Sevoie  France 120.0 101.0 23 124.5 110.6 19 211.6
22 22 Anders Bardal  Norway 119.0 100.7 24 124.0 110.7 18 211.4
23 14 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 117.5 97.0 29 125.0 111.5 15 208.5
24 26 Andreas Küttel  Switzerland 121.5 105.2 22 119.0 99.7 25 204.9
25 41 Michael Uhrmann  Germany 122.5 108.0 18 116.5 94.7 27 202.7
26 25 Matti Hautamäki  Finland 134.0 131.7 3 104.0 70.7 30 202.4
27 24 Sebastian Colloredo  Italy 118.5 99.3 27 120.5 102.9 24 202.2
28 35 Andreas Wank  Germany 127.5 118.0 11 110.0 82.5 28 200.5
29 20 Mitja Mežnar  Slovenia 119.0 99.7 26 118.5 98.8 26 198.5
30 29 Martin Schmitt  Germany 122.5 108.0 18 108.0 74.4 29 182.4
31 44 Janne Ahonen  Finland 125.0 111.0 16 DNS 111.0
32 3 Peter Frenette  United States 114.5 90.6 32
33 27 Jernej Damjan  Slovenia 114.0 89.7 33
34 4 David Lazzaroni  France 112.0 85.6 34
35 16 Denis Kornilov  Russia 111.5 85.2 35
36 23 Krzysztof Miętus  Poland 111.5 84.7 36
37 21 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 110.5 83.9 37
38 17 Pavel Karelin  Russia 109.0 80.2 38
39 7 Alexey Korolev  Kazakhstan 108.5 79.8 39
40 5 Nicholas Alexander  United States 109.0 79.2 40
41 15 Martin Cikl  Czech Republic 108.0 78.4 41
42 8 Kim Hyun-Ki  South Korea 107.5 78.0 42
43 2 Tomáš Zmoray  Slovakia 108.0 77.4 43
44 9 Ilya Rosliakov  Russia 105.5 73.9 44
45 28 Shōhei Tochimoto  Japan 105.5 73.4 45
46 1 Stefan Read  Canada 104.5 71.6 46
47 10 Dimitry Ipatov  Russia 100.5 63.9 47
48 19 Andrea Morassi  Italy 100.5 59.9 48
49 6 Choi Heung-Chul  South Korea 98.5 56.3 49
13 Janne Happonen  Finland 122.0 105.6 DSQ

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