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FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2005

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2005
Official logo for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2005.
Host city Oberstdorf, Germany
Events 19
Opening ceremony 16 February
Closing ceremony 27 February
Main venue Schattenbergschanze
Website Oberstdorf2005.com

The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2005 took place February 16-27, 2005 in Oberstdorf, Germany for the second time after hosting it previously in 1987. The ski jumping team normal hill returned after not being held in 2003. The double pursuit distances of 10 km (5 km classical mass start + 5 km freestyle pursuit) women and 20 km (10 km classical mass start + 10 km freestyle pursuit) men were lengthened to 15 km for women (7.5 km classical mass start + 7.5 km freestyle pursuit) and 30 km for men (15 km classical mass start + 15 km freestyle pursuit). Team sprint was also added as well. The Nordic combined 4 × 5 km team event had its change between ski jumping points and cross country skiing start time changed from 1 point equals to 1.5 seconds to 1 point equals 1 second at this championship.

Contents

  • Men's cross country 1
    • 1.2 km individual sprint classical 1.1
    • 6 × 1.2 km team sprint freestyle 1.2
    • 15 km freestyle interval start 1.3
    • 15 km + 15 km double pursuit 1.4
    • 50 km classical mass start 1.5
    • 4 × 10 km relay 1.6
  • Women's cross country 2
    • 0.9 km individual sprint classical 2.1
    • 6 × 0.9 km team sprint freestyle 2.2
    • 10 km freestyle interval start 2.3
    • 7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit 2.4
    • 30 km classical mass start 2.5
    • 4 × 5 km relay 2.6
  • Men's Nordic combined 3
    • 7.5 km sprint 3.1
    • 15 km Individual Gundersen 3.2
    • 4 × 5 km team 3.3
  • Men's ski jumping 4
    • Individual normal hill 4.1
    • Individual large hill 4.2
    • Team normal hill 4.3
    • Team large hill 4.4
  • Medal table 5
  • References 6

Men's cross country

1.2 km individual sprint classical

February 22, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Vasili Rotchev (RUS)
Silver  Tor Arne Hetland (NOR)
Bronze  Thobias Fredriksson (SWE)

6 × 1.2 km team sprint freestyle

February 25, 2005

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Tore Ruud Hofstad, Tor Arne Hetland) 14:08.6
Silver  Germany (Jens Filbrich, Axel Teichmann) 14:12.4
Bronze  Czech Republic (Dušan Kožíšek, Martin Koukal) 14:13.4

15 km freestyle interval start

February 17, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Pietro Piller Cottrer (ITA) 34:44.9
Silver  Fulvio Valbusa (ITA) 35:00.9
Bronze  Tore Ruud Hofstad (NOR) 35:03.9

15 km + 15 km double pursuit

February 20, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Vincent Vittoz (FRA) 1:19:20.5
Silver )ITA( 1:19:21.3
Bronze  Frode Estil (NOR) 1:19:21.3

Di Centa edged out Estil at the finish line to earn the silver medal.

50 km classical mass start

February 27, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Frode Estil (NOR) 2:30:10.1
Silver  Anders Aukland (NOR) 2:30:10.8
Bronze  Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset (NOR) 2:30:11.5

4 × 10 km relay

February 24, 2005

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset, Frode Estil, Lars Berger, Tore Ruud Hofstad) 1:39:04.4
Silver  Germany (Jens Filbrich, Andreas Schlütter, Tobias Angerer, Axel Teichmann) 1:39:22.1
Bronze  Russia (Nikolay Pankratov, Vasili Rotchev, Yevgeny Dementyev, Nikolay Bolshakov) 1:39:23.1

Women's cross country

0.9 km individual sprint classical

February 22, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Emelie Öhrstig (SWE)
Silver  Lina Andersson (SWE)
Bronze  Sara Renner (CAN)

Renner is the first Canadian and the first North American woman to medal at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.

6 × 0.9 km team sprint freestyle

February 25, 2005

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen, Marit Bjørgen) 12:19.7
Silver  Finland (Riitta-Liisa Lassila, Pirjo Manninen) 12:22.5
Bronze  Russia (Yuliya Chepalova, Alena Sidko) 12:23.3

10 km freestyle interval start

February 17, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Kateřina Neumannová (CZE) 26:27.6
Silver  Yuliya Chepalova (RUS) 26:28.8
Bronze  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 26:42.8

7.5 km + 7.5 km double pursuit

February 19, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Yuliya Chepalova (RUS) 42:16.8
Silver  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 42:32.5
Bronze  Kristin Størmer Steira (NOR) 42:42.7

30 km classical mass start

February 26, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Marit Bjørgen (NOR) 1:27:05.8
Silver  Virpi Kuitunen (FIN) 1:27:14.7
Bronze  Natalia Baranova-Masolkina (RUS) 1:27:16.1

4 × 5 km relay

February 21, 2005

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Vibeke Skofterud, Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen, Kristin Størmer Steira, Marit Bjørgen) 57:15.7
Silver  Russia (Larisa Kurkina, Natalia Baranova-Masolkina, Yevgeniya Medvedeva-Arbuzova, Yuliya Chepalova) 57:23.3
Bronze  Italy (Gabriella Paruzzi, Antonella Confortola, Sabina Valbusa, Arianna Follis) 58:05.4

Men's Nordic combined

7.5 km sprint

February 27, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Ronny Ackermann (GER) 20:15.6
Silver  Magnus Moan (NOR) 20:26.7
Bronze  Kristian Hammer (NOR) 20:53.3

15 km Individual Gundersen

February 18, 2005

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Ronny Ackermann (GER) 38:56.2
Silver  Björn Kircheisen (GER) 38:57.6
Bronze  Felix Gottwald (AUT) 38:59.4

4 × 5 km team

February 23, 2005

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Petter Tande, Håvard Klemetsen, Magnus Moan, Kristian Hammer) 49:45.5
Silver Björn Kircheisen, Ronny Ackermann) 49:52.6
Bronze  Austria (Michael Gruber, Christoph Bieler, David Kreiner, Felix Gottwald) 49:52.9

Men's ski jumping

Individual normal hill

February 19, 2005

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Rok Benkovič (SLO) 256.0
Silver  Jakub Janda (CZE) 249.5
Bronze  Janne Ahonen (FIN) 249.0

Individual large hill

February 25, 2005

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Janne Ahonen (FIN) 313.2
Silver  Roar Ljøkelsøy (NOR) 306.2
Bronze  Jakub Janda (CZE) 304.2

Team normal hill

February 20, 2005

Medal Team Points
Gold Martin Höllwarth) 970.5
Silver Georg Späth) 964.0
Bronze  Slovenia (Primož Peterka, Jure Bogataj, Rok Benkovič, Jernej Damjan) 929.5

Team large hill

February 26, 2005

Medal Team Points
Gold Martin Höllwarth) 1137.3
Silver  Finland (Risto Jussilainen, Tami Kiuru, Matti Hautamäki, Janne Ahonen) 1122.9
Bronze  Norway (Bjørn Einar Romøren, Sigurd Pettersen, Lars Bystøl, Roar Ljøkelsøy) 1113.5

Medal table

Medal winners by nation.

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Norway 7 5 7 19
2  Germany 2 5 0 7
3  Russia 2 2 3 7
4  Austria 2 0 2 4
5  Finland 1 3 1 5
6  Italy 1 2 1 4
7  Czech Republic 1 1 2 4
8  Sweden 1 1 1 3
9  Slovenia 1 0 1 2
10  France 1 0 0 1
11  Canada 0 0 1 1
Total 19 19 19 57

References

  • FIS 2005 Cross country results
  • FIS 2005 Nordic combined results
  • FIS 2005 Ski jumping results
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