Ski jumping at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's normal hill individual

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Men's normal hill individual
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Venue RusSki Gorki Jumping Center
Dates 8–9 February
Competitors 61 from 20 nations
Winning score 278.0
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kamil Stoch  Poland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Peter Prevc  Slovenia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anders Bardal  Norway
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The men's normal hill individual ski jumping competition for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, was held on 8–9 February 2014 at RusSki Gorki Jumping Center in the Esto-Sadok village on the northern slope of Aibga Ridge in Krasnaya Polyana.[1]

Results[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

50 ski jumpers qualify for the finals. The top 10 ski jumpers from the World Cup season pre-qualify for the finals. The top 40 ski jumpers from qualifying fill the final 40 spots in the finals.[2][3]

Rank Bib Name Country Distance (m) Distance points Judges points Total Notes
1 43 Michael Hayböck  Austria 101.0 72.0 55.5 128.6 Q
2 37 Andreas Wank  Germany 102.5 75.0 55.5 127.9 Q
3 33 Reruhi Shimizu  Japan 101.5 73.0 54.0 126.2 Q
4 42 Anders Fannemel  Norway 100.0 70.0 55.0 124.6 Q
5 46 Maciej Kot  Poland 98.5 67.0 54.0 123.7 Q
6 7 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 99.5 69.0 54.0 121.3 Q
7 50 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 97.5 65.0 52.5 119.1 Q
8 44 Jan Matura  Czech Republic 97.0 64.0 54.0 118.5 Q
9 51 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 99.5 69.0 52.5 118.3 Q
10 38 Jakub Janda  Czech Republic 98.5 67.0 51.5 117.0 Q
11 10 Sebastian Colloredo  Italy 97.0 64.0 54.0 116.9 Q
12 30 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 95.0 60.0 53.5 115.9 Q
13 32 Dawid Kubacki  Poland 95.5 61.0 53.0 115.7 Q
14 49 Jernej Damjan  Slovenia 93.5 57.0 52.5 115.6 Q
15 39 Rune Velta  Norway 95.5 61.0 54.0 115.1 Q
16 45 Richard Freitag  Germany 94.0 58.0 54.0 114.4 Q
16 15 Kim Hyun-Ki  South Korea 96.0 62.0 54.0 114.4 Q
18 17 Choi Se-Ou  South Korea 96.5 63.0 51.5 113.7 Q
18 16 Ilmir Hazetdinov  Russia 96.0 62.0 52.5 113.7 Q
20 35 Yuta Watase  Japan 95.0 60.0 52.5 113.5 Q
21 31 MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes  Canada 95.0 60.0 52.0 113.4 Q
22 48 Jan Ziobro  Poland 95.0 60.0 52.5 113.2 Q
23 36 Gregor Deschwanden  Switzerland 99.0 68.0 46.5 111.7 Q
24 28 Lukáš Hlava  Czech Republic 92.5 55.0 51.5 108.7 Q
25 27 Denis Kornilov  Russia 92.0 54.0 52.5 109.6 Q
26 13 Anders Johnson  United States 92.5 55.0 51.5 107.9 Q
27 40 Janne Ahonen  Finland 89.0 48.0 51.5 107.8 Q
28 14 Dusty Korek  Canada 92.5 55.0 51.0 107.4 Q
29 34 Mikhail Maksimochkin  Russia 91.0 52.0 51.0 107.2 Q
30 24 Olli Muotka  Finland 91.0 52.0 50.5 107.0 Q
31 47 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia 89.5 49.0 51.0 106.9 Q
32 21 Kaarel Nurmsalu  Estonia 92.0 54.0 51.0 106.6 Q
33 26 Ronan Lamy Chappuis  France 91.0 52.0 51.0 106.2 Q
34 9 Choi Heung-Chul  South Korea 90.0 50.0 50.0 105.9 Q
35 19 Peter Frenette  United States 93.0 56.0 52.0 105.3 Q
36 29 Jarkko Määttä  Finland 91.5 53.0 51.0 104.6 Q
37 41 Anssi Koivuranta  Finland 89.5 49.0 51.0 104.5 Q
38 25 Davide Bresadola  Italy 90.5 51.0 51.0 104.3 Q
39 22 Alexey Romashov  Russia 90.5 51.0 49.5 102.6 Q
40 1 Nicholas Alexander  United States 90.0 50.0 49.0 100.7 Q
41 5 Matthew Rowley  Canada 90.5 51.0 51.0 100.0
42 6 Kang Chil-Ku  South Korea 89.0 48.0 49.5 99.3
43 4 Vladimir Zografski  Bulgaria 89.0 48.0 50.5 97.8
44 23 Roberto Dellasega  Italy 89.5 49.0 49.0 96.4
45 3 Sorin Iulian Pitea  Romania 86.0 42.0 49.0 90.2
46 18 Alexey Pchelintsev  Kazakhstan 85.5 41.0 47.5 89.9
47 11 Trevor Morrice  Canada 86.0 42.0 49.0 88.7
48 8 Nico Polychronidis  Greece 83.5 37.0 47.5 85.0
49 12 Marat Zhaparov  Kazakhstan 83.0 36.0 47.5 84.9
50 20 Nicholas Fairall  United States 80.5 31.0 44.5 77.3
51 2 Siim-Tanel Sammelselg  Estonia 73.0 16.0 45.0 66.2
* 52 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 100.5 71.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 53 Thomas Diethart  Austria 99.5 69.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 54 Andreas Wellinger  Germany 96.5 63.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 55 Anders Bardal  Norway 98.5 67.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 56 Simon Ammann  Switzerland 100.0 70.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 57 Severin Freund  Germany 104.0 78.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 58 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 104.0 78.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 59 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 98.5 67.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 60 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 101.5 73.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]
* 61 Kamil Stoch  Poland 100.0 70.0 N/A N/A Q 1[›]

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

Final[edit]

The final was started at 21:30.[4]

Round 1 Final round Total
Rank Bib Name Country Distance (m) Points Rank Distance (m) Points Rank Points
1st, gold medalist(s) 50 Kamil Stoch  Poland 105.5 142.0 1 103.5 136.0 1 278.0
2nd, silver medalist(s) 49 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 102.5 134.8 3 99.0 130.5 3 265.3
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 44 Anders Bardal  Norway 101.5 135.8 2 98.5 128.3 5 264.1
4 42 Thomas Diethart  Austria 99.0 132.6 5 98.0 125.7 9 258.3
5 32 Michael Hayböck  Austria 101.0 133.4 4 98.5 124.6 11 258.0
6 43 Andreas Wellinger  Germany 96.0 125.8 14 101.5 131.3 2 257.1
7 48 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 101.5 131.2 8 100.0 124.6 11 255.8
7 35 Maciej Kot  Poland 101.5 131.6 7 98.5 124.2 14 255.8
9 38 Jernej Damjan  Slovenia 99.5 128.6 11 101.0 126.1 7 254.7
10 47 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 96.0 123.9 18 101.0 129.7 4 253.6
11 26 Andreas Wank  Germany 101.0 132.6 5 97.0 120.8 19 253.4
12 30 Anssi Koivuranta  Finland 99.5 126.1 13 101.5 126.7 6 252.8
13 37 Jan Ziobro  Poland 101.0 130.6 9 99.0 121.8 17 252.4
14 40 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 97.5 125.6 15 101.0 126.0 8 251.6
15 31 Anders Fannemel  Norway 98.0 123.7 20 98.5 125.4 10 249.1
16 2 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 98.5 122.5 24 99.5 124.3 13 246.8
17 45 Simon Ammann  Switzerland 97.5 125.5 16 98.5 121.1 18 246.6
18 22 Reruhi Shimizu  Japan 99.5 122.2 25 99.5 124.2 14 246.4
19 27 Jakub Janda  Czech Republic 98.5 125.2 17 96.5 118.6 21 243.8
20 34 Richard Freitag  Germany 100.5 121.4 26 97.5 122.3 16 243.7
21 24 Yuta Watase  Japan 99.5 123.0 22 97.0 120.0 20 243.0
22 28 Rune Velta  Norway 97.5 122.8 23 96.5 118.6 21 241.4
23 33 Jan Matura  Czech Republic 96.5 123.9 18 95.5 115.6 25 239.5
24 39 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 98.0 123.1 21 95.5 116.3 24 239.4
25 25 Gregor Deschwanden  Switzerland 100.5 120.7 27 96.5 118.6 21 239.3
26 36 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia 100.0 127.0 12 93.0 109.7 29 236.7
27 19 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 97.5 119.3 28 93.5 115.0 26 234.3
28 4 Sebastian Colloredo  Italy 97.0 118.9 29 94.0 113.7 27 232.6
29 29 Janne Ahonen  Finland 97.0 118.9 29 92.5 110.3 28 229.2
30 23 Mikhail Maksimochkin  Russia 104.0 129.6 10 90.5 98.3 31 227.9
31 46 Severin Freund  Germany 99.5 108.9 44 93.5 108.8 30 217.7
32 21 Dawid Kubacki  Poland 97.5 118.3 31
33 18 Jarkko Määttä  Finland 96.5 116.9 32
34 9 Choi Se-Ou  South Korea 95.0 116.2 33
35 1 Nicholas Alexander  United States 96.0 116.0 34
36 8 Ilmir Hazetdinov  Russia 94.0 114.8 35
37 20 MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes  Canada 96.0 114.4 36
38 11 Kaarel Nurmsalu  Estonia 95.0 113.3 37
39 13 Olli Muotka  Finland 92.5 113.0 38
40 6 Dusty Korek  Canada 93.5 111.1 39
41 15 Ronan Lamy Chappuis  France 91.0 111.0 40
42 7 Kim Hyun-Ki  South Korea 92.5 109.2 41
43 3 Choi Heung-Chul  South Korea 95.0 109.1 42
44 12 Alexey Romashov  Russia 92.0 109.0 43
45 10 Peter Frenette  United States 91.5 107.2 45
46 17 Lukáš Hlava  Czech Republic 91.5 105.7 46
47 5 Anders Johnson  United States 92.0 104.2 47
48 16 Denis Kornilov  Russia 89.0 103.2 48
14 Davide Bresadola  Italy DSQ
41 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia DNS

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ski Jumping Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Ski Jumping Basics". nbcolympics.com. NBC Olympics. 26 December 2013. Retrieved 7 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Qualification Results
  4. ^ Final Results