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Tuesday, December 25, 2001
Olympics History -- Large hill individual



Olympics Medal Athlete Country Score
Nagano 1998

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Kazuyoshi Funaki
Jani Soininen
Masahiko Harada
Japan
Finland
Japan
126.0-132.5, 272.3
129.5-126.5, 260.8
120.0-136.0, 258.3
Lillehammer 1994 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Jens Weissflog
Espen Bredensen
Andreas Goldberger
Germany
Norway
Austria
129.5-133.0, 274.5
135.5-122.0, 266.5
128.5-121.5, 255.0
Albertville 1992

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Toni Nieminen
Martin Hollwarth
Heinz Kuttin
Finland
Austria
Austria
123.0, 239.5
120.5, 227.3
117.5, 214.8
Calgary 1988 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Matti Nykanen
Erik Johnsen
Matjaz Debelak
Finland
Norway
Yugoslavia
118.5-107.0, 224.0
114.5-102.0, 207.9 113.08-108.00, 207.7
Sarajevo 1984

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Matti Nykanen
Jens Weissflog
Pavel Ploc
Finland
E. Germany
Czech.
116.0-111.0, 231.2
107.0-107.5, 213.7
103.5109.0, 202.9
Lake Placid 1980 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Jouko Tormanen
Hubert Neuper
Jari Puikkonen
Finland
Austria
Finland
96.7-96.4, 271
97.1-97, 262.40
96.5-96.5, 248.50
Innsbruck 1976

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Karl Schnabl
Anton Innauer
Henry Glass
Austria
Austria
E. Germany
97.5-97.0, 234.8
102.5-91.0, 232.9
91.0-97.0,221.7
Sapporo 1972 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Wojciech Fortuna
Walter Steiner
Rainer Schmidt
Poland
Switzerland
E. Germany
111.0-87.5, 219.9
94.0-103.0, 219.8
98.5-101.5, 219.3
Grenoble 1968

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Vladimir Beloussav
Jiri Raska
Lars Grini
Soviet Union
Czech.
Norway
101.5-98.5, 231.3
101.0-98.0, 229.4
99.0-93.5, 214.3
Innsbruck 1964 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Toralf Engan
Veikko Kankkonen
Torgeir Brandtzaeg
Norway
Finland
Norway
93.5-90.5, 230.7
95.5-90.5,228.9
90.0-87.0, 227.2
Squaw Valley 1960

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Heimut Recknagel
Niilo Halonen
Otto Leodolter
E. Germany
Finland
Austria
93.5-84.5,227.2
92.5-83.5, 222.6
88.5-83.5, 219.4
Cortina D'Ampezzo
1956
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Antti Hyvarinen
Aulis Kallakorpi
Harry Glass
Finland
Finland
E. Germany
81.0-84.0, 227.0
83.5-80.5, 225.0 83.5-80.5, 224.5
Oslo 1952

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Arnfinn Bergmann
Torbjorn Falkanger
Karl Holmstrom
Norway
Norway
Sweden
67.5-68.0, 226.0
68.0-64.0, 221.5
67.0-65.5, 219.5
St. Moritz 1948 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Petter Hugsted
Birger Ruud
Thorleif Schjelderup
Norway
Norway
Norway
65.0-70.0, 228.1
64.0-67.0, 226.6
64.0-67.0, 225.1
Garmisch-
Partenkirchen 1936

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Birger Ruud
Sven Eriksson
Reidar Andersen
Norway
Sweden
Norway
75.0-74.5, 232.0
76.0-76.0, 230.5
74.0-75.0, 228.9
Lake Placid 1932 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Birger Ruud
Hens Peck
Kaare Wahlberg
Norway
Norway
Norway
66.5-69.0, 228.1
71.5-63.5, 227.0
62.5-64.0, 219.5
St. Moritz 1928

Gold
Silver
Bronze

Alf Andersen
Sigmund Ruud
Rudolf Burkert
Norway
Norway
Czech.
60.0-64.0, 19.208
57.5-62.5, 18.542
57.0-59.5, 17.937
Chamonix 1924 Gold
Silver
Bronze
Jacob Tullin Thams
Narve Bonna
Anders Haugen*
Norway
Norway
Norway
49.0-49.0, 18.960
47.5-49.0, 18.689
44.0-44.5, 18.000
*Thorlief Haug was awarded the medal. However, 50 years later, a mathematical error was discovered and Anders Haugen was declared the winner.