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Nordic combined at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Sprint

 

Nordic combined at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Sprint

Men's sprint
at the XX Olympic Winter Games

Pictogram for Nordic combined
Venue Pragelato
Dates February 21
Competitors 49 from 15 nations
Winning time 18:38.6
Medalists
Gold medal    Austria
Silver medal    Norway
Bronze medal    Germany


The Men's sprint Nordic combined competition for the 2006 Winter Olympics was held in Pragelato, Italy. It took place on 21 February.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Ski Jumping 1.1
    • Cross-Country 1.2
  • References 2

Results

Ski Jumping

Forty-nine athletes entered the ski jumping portion of the sprint; each made one jump, which was judged in the same fashion as the Olympic

  1. ^ a b "Torino 2006 Official Report - NordicCombined". Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Retrieved June 2, 2009. 

References

^ 1: Determining the finish order of Demong and Slavik required a photo finish, with the American just edging Slavik for 25th place.

Rank Name Country Deficit Cross-Country Time Total Notes
1 Felix Gottwald Austria +0:54 17:35.0 18.29.0
2 Magnus Moan Norway +0:56 17:38.4 +0:05.4
3 Georg Hettich Germany 0:00 18:38.6 +0:09.6
4 Jason Lamy Chappuis France +0:05 18:46.5 +0:22.5
5 Jaakko Tallus Finland +0:19 18:39.1 +0:29.1
6 Petter Tande Norway +0:30 18:29.1 +0:30.1
7 Björn Kircheisen Germany +1:17 17:48.7 +0:36.7
8 Ronny Ackermann Germany +0:47 18:20.7 +0:38.7
9 Todd Lodwick United States +1:14 17:57.4 +0:42.4
10 Johnny Spillane United States +1:05 18:10.2 +0:46.2
11 Anssi Koivuranta Finland +0:17 19:00.7 +0:48.7
12 Hannu Manninen Finland +1:10 18:11.0 +0:52.0
13 Michael Gruber Austria +0:35 18:48.3 +0:54.3
14 Mario Stecher Austria +1:07 18:23.3 +1:01.3
15 Daito Takahashi Japan +1:12 18:19.4 +1:02.4
16 Giuseppe Michielli Italy +1:24 18:08.0 +1:03.0
17 Ladislav Rygl Czech Republic +1:24 18:11.2 +1:06.2
18 Norihito Kobayashi Japan +1:27 18:09.0 +1:07.0
19 Akito Watabe Japan +0:41 18:56.3 +1:08.3
20 Ronny Heer Switzerland +1:20 18:17.7 +1:08.7
21 Andreas Hurschler Switzerland +1:50 17:51.6 +1:12.6
22 Yosuke Hatakeyama Japan +0:38 19:05.0 +1:14.0
23 Christoph Bieler Austria +0:40 19:04.0 +1:15.0
24 Seppi Hurschler Switzerland +1:22 18:29.4 +1:22.4
25 Bill Demong United States +1:34 18:29.7 +1:34.7 1[›]
26 Tomas Slavik Czech Republic +1:23 18:40.8 +1:34.8 1[›]
27 Nicolas Bal France +2:01 18:05.7 +1:37.7
28 Kristian Hammer Norway +2:06 18:02.1 +1:39.1
29 Sebastian Haseney Germany +2:20 17:49.1 +1:40.1
30 Jochen Strobl Italy +1:59 18:10.8 +1:40.8
31 Pavel Churavy Czech Republic} +1:58 18:11.9 +1:40.9
32 Tambet Pikkor Estonia +1:59 18:15.1 +1:45.1
33 Ivan Fesenko Russia +0:54 19:36.6 +2:01.6
34 Damjan Vtic Slovenia +1:12 19:23.9 +2:06.9
35 Dimitry Matveev Russia +1:16 19:21.1 +2:08.1
36 Ivan Rieder Switzerland +1:21 19:21.0 +2:13.0
37 Janne Ryynaenen Finland +1:33 19:14.6 +2:18.6
38 Daniele Munari Italy +2:26 19:21.0 +2:34.1
39 Eric Camerota United States +2:05 18:59.8 +2:35.8
40 Håvard Klemetsen Norway +1:51 19:15.6 +2:37.6
41 Jason Myslicki Canada +2:23 19:00.1 +2:54.1
42 Alexsej Barannikov Russia +2:49 18:49.2 +3:09.2
43 Sergej Maslennikov Russia +1:46 19:56.1 +3:13.1
44 Davide Bresadola Italy +1:35 20:08.3 +3:14.3
45 Sergei Diyachuk Ukraine +3:23 18:21.1 +3:15.1
46 Max Thompson Canada +2:45 19:24.3 +3:40.3
47 Ales Vodsedalek Czech Republic +1:54 20:51.0 +4:16.0
48 Volodymyr Trachuk Ukraine +4:17 19:40.8 +5:28.8

The start for the 7.5 kilometre race was staggered, with a one-point deficit in the ski jump portion resulting in a four second deficit in starting the cross-country course. This stagger meant that the first athlete across the finish line, Felix Gottwald was the overall winner of the event.[1]

Cross-Country

Rank Name Country Score Deficit Notes
1 Georg Hettich Germany 125.7 0:00
2 Jason Lamy Chappuis France 124.4 +0:05
3 Anssi Koivuranta Finland 121.5 +0:17
4 Jaakko Tallus Finland 120.9 +0:19
5 Petter Tande Norway 118.2 +0:30
6 Michael Gruber Austria 116.9 +0:35
7 Yosuke Hatakeyama Japan 116.1 +0:38
8 Christoph Bieler Austria 115.8 +0:40
9 Akito Watabe Japan 115.4 +0:41
10 Ronny Ackermann Germany 114.0 +0:47
11 Ivan Fesenko Russia 112.2 +0:54
12 Felix Gottwald Austria 112.1 +0:54
13 Magnus Moan Norway 111.8 +0:56
14 Johnny Spillane United States 109.5 +1:05
15 Mario Stecher Austria 108.9 +1:07
16 Hannu Manninen Finland 108.3 +1:10
17 Damjan Vtic Slovenia 107.8 +1:12
18 Daito Takahashi Japan 107.7 +1:12
19 Todd Lodwick United States 107.3 +1:14
20 Dimitry Matveev Russia 106.8 +1:16
21 Björn Kircheisen Germany 106.5 +1:17
22 Ronny Heer Switzerland 105.6 +1:20
23 Ivan Rieder Switzerland 105.5 +1:21
24 Seppi Hurschler Switzerland 105.3 +1:22
25 Tomas Slavik Czech Republic 104.9 +1:23
26 Giuseppe Michielli Italy 104.7 +1:24
26 Ladislav Rygl Czech Republic 104.7 +1:24
28 Norihito Kobayashi Japan 103.9 +1:27
29 Janne Ryynaenen Finland 102.5 +1:33
30 Bill Demong United States 102.2 +1:34
31 Davide Bresadola Italy 102.0 +1:35
32 Sergej Maslennikov Russia 99.3 +1:46
33 Andreas Hurschler Switzerland 98.1 +1:50
34 Håvard Klemetsen Norway 98.0 +1:51
35 Ales Vodsedalek Czech Republic 97.2 +1:54
36 Pavel Churavy Czech Republic 96.1 +1:58
37 Jochen Strobl Italy 96.0 +1:59
38 Tambet Pikkor Estonia 95.9 +1:59
39 Nicolas Bal France 95.4 +2:01
40 Eric Camerota United States 94.5 +2:05
41 Kristian Hammer Norway 94.3 +2:06
42 Sebastian Haseney Germany 90.7 +2:20
43 Jason Myslicki Canada 90.0 +2:23
44 Daniele Munari Italy 89.2 +2:26
45 Max Thompson Canada 84.5 +2:45
46 Alexsej Barannikov Russia 83.5 +2:49
47 Sergei Diyachuk Ukraine 74.9 +3:23
48 Volodymyr Trachuk Ukraine 61.5 +4:17
- Ludovic Roux France DNS

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