|Competitions held||40 (Venues)|
Nordic combined consists of a cross-country ski race and ski jumping. Originally it was considered the most important Nordic skiing event by the Scandinavians and has been held at the Olympic Winter Games since the start in 1924. Norway has been most successful in this sport, winning 11 of the 31 titles through 2010. While three Olympians have won three titles in Nordic Combined, East German Ulrich Wehling stands out as the greatest competitor, winning the title three times in a row, at a time when just one combined event was held. Felix Gottwald (AUT) and Eric Frenzel (GER) have also won three gold medals, with Gottwald and Frenzel winning seven medals in all. The sport is governed internationally by the Fédération international de ski (FIS), which had 132 members as of 2020. The FIS also governs Alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, ski jumping, and snowboarding.
As of 2020, the number of events has grown to three, all for men only. The two individual events both feature 10 km cross-country skiing, preceded by a ski jump from either the large hill or the normal hill. In the team team event, first introduced in 1988, each member takes a jump from the large hill, followed by a 4×5 km relay. In each cross-country race, the ski jumping leader starts first, with the others competitors starting behind him, with the delay determined by the difference in ski jumping points. Through 2018 Nordic combined was the only Winter Olympic discipline with no events for women although that will likely change in the near future, although Nordic combined has not been accepted for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
|Fred Børre Lundberg||NOR||2||2||0||4|
|Bjarte Engen Vik||NOR||2||1||1||4|
|Name||Gender||Still contested?||Times held?|
|Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual||Men||4|
|Large Hill / 10 km, Individual||Men||4|
|Medium Hill / 10 km, Individual||Boys||1|
|Normal Hill / 5 km, Individual||Boys||1|
|Normal Hill / 6 km, Individual||Boys||1|
|Normal Hill / 4 km, Individual||Girls||1|