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Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual, Men

Date12 February 2014
StatusOlympic
LocationKompleks Dlya Pryzhkov Na Lyzhakh s Tramplina "Russkiye Gorki", Mountain Cluster, Esto-Sadok
Participants46 from 15 countries
FormatNormal hill ski jumping and 10 kilometres skiing. Pursuit-style cross-country race, with skiers leaving in order of their finish in the ski jumping, so that final placement determined by final placement in cross-country ski race.

In the individual normal hill event, German’s Eric Frenzel led the jumping with a leap of 103.0 metres, earning 131.5 points. He was followed by Japan’s Akito Watabe and Russians Yevgeny Klimov, who later placed last in the 10 km run, losing more than four minutes to winner Frenzel. After jumping, America’s Todd Lodwick, who had dislocated his shoulder in pre-Sochi training, withdrew from the run.

From the beginning Frenzel led the field in the 10 km run but waited for Watabe to join him, which happened soon after the start. The two alternated the lead, keeping the chase group at a distance. Around 500 m from the finish Frenzel launched his final attack and easily advanced 10 metres ahead, ensuring his Olympic gold. Watabe took the silver medal and then the chase group arrived. From this group Norway’s Magnus Krog had the best reserves and earned the bronze medal, just ahead of Italian Alessandro Pittin, and his Norwegian teammate Magnus Moan.

PosSkierNOCMarginNormal Hill10 km
1Eric FrenzelGER131.5 (1)23:50.2 (12)Gold
2Akito WatabeJPN+4.2130.0 (2)23:48.4 (10)Silver
3Magnus KrogNOR+8.1115.8 (20)22:55.3 (2)Bronze
4Alessandro PittinITA+9.3113.4 (25)22:47.5 (1)
5Magnus MoanNOR+12.7119.4 (15)23:14.9 (4)
6Johannes RydzekGER+17.3121.2 (12)23:26.5 (8)
7Lukas RunggaldierITA+19.7115.7 (21)23:06.9 (3)
8Fabian RießleGER+29.4116.5 (19)23:19.6 (6)
9Tino EdelmannGER+37.0124.0 (=5)23:57.2 (16)
10Håvard KlemetsenNOR+38.2122.7 (9)23:53.4 (14)
11Christoph BielerAUT+40.2121.9 (11)23:52.4 (13)
12Lukas KlapferAUT+1:04.3124.0 (=5)24:24.5 (26)
13Mikko KokslienNOR+1:06.3107.3 (=35)23:19.5 (5)
14Armin BauerITA+1:06.5107.3 (=35)23:19.7 (7)
15Yoshito WatabeJPN+1:08.1122.4 (10)24:22.3 (25)
16Ilkka HerolaFIN+1:09.7111.9 (29)23:41.9 (9)
17Maxime LaheurteFRA+1:12.2117.3 (=17)24:05.4 (20)
18Mario StecherAUT+1:12.6114.6 (23)23:54.8 (15)
19Willi DeniflAUT+1:16.2117.6 (16)24:10.4 (24)
20François BraudFRA+1:19.1113.5 (24)23:57.3 (17)
21Marjan JelenkoSLO+1:33.0123.9 (7)24:53.2 (32)
22Hideaki NagaiJPN+1:39.9119.6 (14)24:42.1 (30)
23Pavel ChuravýCZE+1:41.9114.9 (22)24:26.1 (27)
24Bill DemongUSA+1:49.6108.2 (=31)24:06.8 (21)
25Tomáš SlavíkCZE+1:53.2108.1 (33)24:09.4 (=22)
26Bryan FletcherUSA+1:55.5105.6 (41)24:01.7 (19)
27Tim HugSUI+1:59.2106.5 (38)24:09.4 (=22)
28Sébastien LacroixFRA+2:08.0112.0 (28)24:40.2 (29)
29Miroslav DvořákCZE+2:08.4101.8 (44)23:59.6 (18)
30Samuel CostaITA+2:23.0106.1 (40)24:31.2 (28)
31Taihei KatoJPN+2:24.8124.1 (4)25:45.0 (39)
32Tomáš PortykCZE+2:27.0119.8 (13)25:30.2 (36)
33Taylor FletcherUSA+2:32.792.9 (46)23:48.9 (11)
34Gašper BerlotSLO+2:35.7106.3 (39)24:44.9 (31)
35Jason Lamy-ChappuisFRA+2:37.5123.7 (8)25:56.7 (41)
36Janne RyynänenFIN+2:43.8108.2 (=31)25:01.0 (33)
37Mitja OraničSLO+2:56.2109.2 (30)25:17.4 (34)
38Eetu VähäsöyrinkiFIN+2:58.5112.4 (26)25:32.7 (38)
39Adam CieślarPOL+3:18.5104.1 (42)25:18.7 (35)
40Mikke LeinonenFIN+3:19.1106.7 (37)25:30.3 (37)
41Kristjan IlvesEST+3:33.6117.3 (=17)26:26.8 (44)
42Viktor PasichnykUKR+3:41.3112.1 (27)26:13.5 (42)
43Han Hendrik PihoEST+3:52.2102.8 (43)25:47.4 (40)
44Karl-August TiirmaaEST+4:39.099.9 (45)26:23.2 (43)
45Yevgeny KlimovRUS+4:40.8124.7 (3)28:04.0 (45)
ACTodd LodwickUSA108.0 (34)– (DNS)DNF