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Large Hill, Team, Men

Date22 February 2010 — 10:00
StatusOlympic
LocationWhistler Olympic Park, Whistler
Participants48 from 12 countries
FormatTwo jumps per team member, with both scored on distance and form. Four members per team, with all four jumps in each round to count towards team total. Only the top 8 teams from the first jump advance to the second jump.
Judge #1Kemp FrippCAN
Judge #2Josef KleislGER
Judge #3Josef SlavikCZE
Judge #4Daniel LindSWE
Judge #5Ryszard GunkaPOL
Venue detailsK-Point: 125 m

Since before the Torino Winter Games, Austria had taken over from Germany and Finland as the pre-eminent nations when it came to team events and not suffered a defeat at World or OIympic level since 2003. The 2010 team included Gregor Schlierenzauer, already a double Olympic medallist in Vancouver, and three others who had placed in the top ten of the individual event.

Unsurprisingly the Austrians were in a class of their own and both statistically and literally soared ahead of their opposition. By the end they were 72 points clear of the nearest rivals which, to put it in context, was only marginally less than the points difference between the second and eighth place teams.

PosNrJumperNOCPoints
112AustriaAUT1107.9Gold
12-1Wolfgang Loitzl282.2
12-2Andreas Kofler264.7
12-3Thomas Morgenstern270.9
12-4Gregor Schlierenzauer290.1
211GermanyGER1035.8Silver
11-1Michael Neumayer270.3
11-2Andreas Wank262.0
11-3Martin Schmitt226.5
11-4Michael Uhrmann277.0
310NorwayNOR1030.3Bronze
10-1Anders Bardal235.5
10-2Tom Hilde260.2
10-3Johan Remen Evensen248.8
10-4Anders Jacobsen285.8
49FinlandFIN1014.6
9-1Matti Hautamäki253.3
9-2Janne Happonen262.5
9-3Kalle Keituri235.0
9-4Harri Olli263.8
56JapanJPN1007.7
6-1Daiki Ito252.9
6-2Taku Takeuchi235.5
6-3Shohei Tochimoto245.0
6-4Noriaki Kasai274.3
68PolandPOL996.7
8-1Stefan Hula240.7
8-2Łukasz Rutkowski226.9
8-3Kamil Stoch248.8
8-4Adam Małysz280.3
75Czech RepublicCZE981.8
5-1Antonín Hájek255.2
5-2Roman Koudelka258.7
5-3Lukáš Hlava226.8
5-4Jakub Janda241.1
87SloveniaSLO958.8
7-1Primož Pikl211.3
7-2Mitja Mežnar239.0
7-3Peter Prevc245.1
7-4Robert Kranjec263.4
93FranceFRA419.8
3-1Vincent Descombes Sevoie111.0
3-2David Lazzaroni112.0
3-3Alexandre Mabboux78.8
3-4Emmanuel Chedal118.0
104Russian FederationRUS414.1
4-1Pavel Karelin90.6
4-2Denis Kornilov122.1
4-3Ilya Roslyakov101.1
4-4Dmitry Ipatov100.3
112United StatesUSA340.0
2-1Anders Johnson92.4
2-2Peter Frenette111.1
2-3Taylor Fletcher36.3
2-4Nick Alexander100.2
121CanadaCAN294.6
1-1Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes72.0
1-2Trevor Morrice64.8
1-3Eric Mitchell66.6
1-4Stefan Read91.2