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Large Hill, Team, Men1

Date24 February 1988
StatusOlympic
LocationCanada Olympic Park, Calgary (Ski Jumps)
Participants44 from 11 countries
FormatTwo jumps per team member, with both scored on distance and form. Four members per team, with best three jumps in each round to count towards team total.
Judge #1Piero PertileITA
Judge #2Don BurdickUSA
Judge #3Valentin TatarinzevURS
Judge #4Ernie MarchioriCAN
Judge #5Karol StrbaTCH
Venue detailsK-Point: 114 m

A new event on the championship calendar the team competition had first been held at the 1982 World Championships in Norway. The inaugural championship had been unique in that it was the only one that had not been won by Finland but the performances of Matti Nykänen over the past week had only served to enhance Finnish chances. Before the Games began Austria and Norway appeared to have the strongest chances of upsetting Finland but the performances of Czechoslovakia and Yugoslav jumpers in the individual events threatened to change this perception.

Nykänen’s contribution proved the deciding influence on the competition as his brilliance was enough to give Finland the win over a Yugoslav quartet who showed more consistency throughout the team. One day after becoming the first man to win two ski jumping golds at one Olympics he took his third of the Calgary Games.

PosNrJumperNOCPoints
111FinlandFIN634.4Gold
11-1Matti Nykänen228.8
11-2Ari-Pekka Nikkola207.9
11-3Tuomo Ylipulli192.3
11-4Jari Puikkonen193.6
26YugoslaviaYUG625.5Silver
6-1Primož Ulaga201.1
6-2Matjaž Zupan211.5
6-3Matjaž Debelak207.5
6-4Miran Tepeš192.8
310NorwayNOR596.1Bronze
10-1Ole Christian Eidhammer177.2
10-2Jon Inge Kjørum128.4
10-3Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl193.9
10-4Erik Johnsen218.7
48CzechoslovakiaTCH586.8
8-1Ladislav Dluhoš165.4
8-2Jiří Malec193.4
8-3Pavel Ploc204.1
8-4Jiří Parma189.3
59AustriaAUT577.6
9-1Ernst Vettori186.0
9-2Heinz Kuttin193.3
9-3Günther Stranner198.3
9-4Andreas Felder176.3
67West GermanyFRG559.0
7-1Andi Bauer175.1
7-2Peter Rohwein174.3
7-3Thomas Klauser197.6
7-4Josef Heumann180.9
75SwedenSWE539.7
5-1Per-Inge Tällberg161.5
5-2Anders Daun174.2
5-3Jan Boklöv180.1
5-4Staffan Tällberg178.7
84SwitzerlandSUI516.1
4-1Gérard Balanche175.0
4-2Christoph Lehmann156.7
4-3Fabrice Piazzini166.1
4-4Christian Hauswirth175.0
93CanadaCAN497.2
3-1Horst Bulau179.1
3-2Steve Collins160.0
3-3Todd Gillman138.5
3-4Ron Richards158.1
102United StatesUSA496.8
2-1Ted Langlois132.5
2-2Mark Konopacke151.8
2-3Dennis McGrane155.5
2-4Mike Holland189.5
111JapanJPN468.0
1-1Katsushi Tao134.7
1-2Shinichi Tanaka135.9
1-3Masaru Nagaoka157.0
1-4Akira Sato171.0