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The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang

The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang

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Monday's Olympic Ski Jumping Results

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    At Pyeongchang, South Korea
    Men Team (K120)
    Jump 1

    1. Norway (Andreas Stjernen, Robert Johansson, Johan Andre Forfang, Daniel Andre Tande), 545.90 (Q).

    2. Germany (Richard Freitag, Karl Geiger, Andreas Wellinger, Stephan Leyhe), 543.90 (Q).

    3. Poland (Kamil Stoch, Stefan Hula, Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki), 540.90 (Q).

    4. Austria (Manuel Fettner, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Michael Haybock, Stefan Kraft), 493.70 (Q).

    5. Slovenia (Jernej Damjan, Peter Prevc, Anze Semenic, Tilen Bartol), 492.40 (Q).

    6. Japan (Noriaki Kasai, Daiki Ito, Taki Takeuchi, Ryoyu Kobayashi), 475.50 (Q).

    7. OA Russia (Denis Kornilov, Alexey Romashov, Evgeniy Klimov, Mikhail Nazarov), 409.60 (Q).

    8. Finland (Janne Ahonen, Jarkko Maeaettae, Antti Aalto, Andreas Alamommo), 397.50 (Q).

    9. United States (Michael Glasder, William Rhoads, Kevin Bickner, Casey Larson), 377.20.

    10. Czech Republic (Roman Koudelka, Cestmir Kozisek, Vojtech Stursa, Viktor Polasek), 370.10.

    11. Italy (Sebastian Colloredo, Davide Bresadola, Federico Cecon, Alex Insam), 364.50.

    12. South Korea (Kim Hyun Ki, Choi Seou, Park Je-Un, Choi Heung-Chul), 274.50.

    Jump 2

    1. Norway (Andreas Stjernen, Robert Johansson, Johan Andre Forfang, Daniel Andre Tande), 552.60.

    2. Germany (Richard Freitag, Karl Geiger, Andreas Wellinger, Stephan Leyhe), 531.80.

    3. Poland (Kamil Stoch, Stefan Hula, Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki), 531.50.

    4. Austria (Manuel Fettner, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Michael Haybock, Stefan Kraft), 484.70.

    5. Slovenia (Jernej Damjan, Peter Prevc, Anze Semenic, Tilen Bartol), 475.40.

    6. Japan (Noriaki Kasai, Daiki Ito, Taki Takeuchi, Ryoyu Kobayashi), 465.00.

    7. OA Russia (Denis Kornilov, Alexey Romashov, Evgeniy Klimov, Mikhail Nazarov), 400.20.

    8. Finland (Janne Ahonen, Jarkko Maeaettae, Antti Aalto, Andreas Alamommo), 392.90.

    Final Ranking
    (First and second jumps in parentheses)

    1. Norway (Andreas Stjernen, Robert Johansson, Johan Andre Forfang, Daniel Andre Tande), (545.90; 552.60) 1098.50.

    2. Germany (Richard Freitag, Karl Geiger, Andreas Wellinger, Stephan Leyhe), (543.90; 531.80) 1075.70.

    3. Poland (Kamil Stoch, Stefan Hula, Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki), (540.90; 531.50) 1072.40.

    4. Austria (Manuel Fettner, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Michael Haybock, Stefan Kraft), (493.70; 484.70) 978.40.

    5. Slovenia (Jernej Damjan, Peter Prevc, Anze Semenic, Tilen Bartol), (492.40; 475.40) 967.80.

    6. Japan (Noriaki Kasai, Daiki Ito, Taki Takeuchi, Ryoyu Kobayashi), (475.50; 465.00) 940.50.

    7. OA Russia (Denis Kornilov, Alexey Romashov, Evgeniy Klimov, Mikhail Nazarov), (409.60; 400.20) 809.80.

    8. Finland (Janne Ahonen, Jarkko Maeaettae, Antti Aalto, Andreas Alamommo), (397.50; 392.90) 790.40.

    9. United States (Michael Glasder, William Rhoads, Kevin Bickner, Casey Larson), (377.20) 377.20.

    10. Czech Republic (Roman Koudelka, Cestmir Kozisek, Vojtech Stursa, Viktor Polasek), (370.10) 370.10.

    11. Italy (Sebastian Colloredo, Davide Bresadola, Federico Cecon, Alex Insam), (364.50) 364.50.

    12. South Korea (Kim Hyun Ki, Choi Seou, Park Je-Un, Choi Heung-Chul), (274.50) 274.50.