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Nordic Combined

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Nordic combined is a combination winter sport which incorporates both cross-country skiing and ski jumping. The sport has Norwegian origins, and first appeared in the Olympics roster at the 1924 Winter Olympics in Chamonix, France. In the early days of the sport, nordic combined involved a cross-country race, followed by a ski jump. Today, however, the orders are reversed. Individual nordic combined events are also referred to as “individual gundersen”. It consists of two ski jumps and a total of 10 km in cross-country skiing. Ski jumpers will be judged not only on their distance, but also on their style. This score determines who first begins in the cross-country skiing event element. The fastest cross-country skier wins the event itself. In nordic combined, the team event involves participation for multiple athletes. Every team member will complete two ski jumps. The cross-country skiing portion of the team event is a relay.

Men's Individual 10 km

The men's individual 10 km nordic combined event.

Rank Country
1 Germany
2 Japan
3 Austria

Men's Individual 10 km

The second men's individual 10 km event in nordic combined.

Rank Country
1 Germany
2 Germany
3 Germany

Men's Team 4 x 5 km

The men's team 4 x 5 nordic combined event.

Rank Country
1 Germany
2 Norway
3 Austria

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