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hckosice

Nordic Combined FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

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hckosice    845

Stage 2 in Lillehammer (NOR)

December 2nd, 2017

 

 

Team Gundersen Normal Hill (4x5km) Men´s (1/1)

1. Norway (Schmid/Andersen/Riiber/Graabak) :NOR 50:46.0, 2. Germany (Frenzel/Rydzek/Geiger/Riessle) :GER 50:47.7 and 3. France (Braud/Laheurte/Gerard/Lamy Chappuis) :FRA 51:07.4

 

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Full Results HERE

 

Video Highlights

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Gianlu33    393
5 minutes ago, Nate River said:

Nice to see Lamy-Chappuis back. He's fun to watch.

Chappuis is a great Nordic combinatist.. btw I expected France in 4th place, awful day for the Japanese team :(

 

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heywoodu    1,177
8 hours ago, Gianlu33 said:

Chappuis is a great Nordic combinatist.. btw I expected France in 4th place, awful day for the Japanese team :(

 

Does Italian have a word for Nordic combined athletes? Just out of curiousity, since in Dutch, we have no word for this and so an athlete is mostly called 'a practicioner of the sport of Nordic combined' or 'a Nordic combined-athlete' :p (well, in those 2-3 articles about it every four years during the Olympics)

 

I always love (and mostly use) the German word, Kombinierer :d 

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Nate River    16
36 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Does Italian have a word for Nordic combined athletes? Just out of curiousity, since in Dutch, we have no word for this and so an athlete is mostly called 'a practicioner of the sport of Nordic combined' or 'a Nordic combined-athlete' :p (well, in those 2-3 articles about it every four years during the Olympics)

 

I always love (and mostly use) the German word, Kombinierer :d 

Now that I think about it, I don’t think there is a word for it in either English of French...

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heywoodu    1,177

After over 10 years of World Cup competition for Austria, Tomaz Druml switched to Slovenia during the summer. He won't compete for them however, he announced due to heart problems he has to retire from professional sports :(

 

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ahjfcshfghb    74
58 minutes ago, Nate River said:

Now that I think about it, I don’t think there is a word for it in either English of French...

I mean to be honest Germans have words for everything :p

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Gianlu33    393
1 hour ago, heywoodu said:

Does Italian have a word for Nordic combined athletes? Just out of curiousity, since in Dutch, we have no word for this and so an athlete is mostly called 'a practicioner of the sport of Nordic combined' or 'a Nordic combined-athlete' :p (well, in those 2-3 articles about it every four years during the Olympics)

 

I always love (and mostly use) the German word, Kombinierer :d 

In Italy we call they Combinatisti :p

 

 

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heywoodu    1,177
39 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

Amazing 5th place for Pittin.. he is amazing in the cross country!

After the jumping I thought he would have a good shot at the podium, but sadly for him the big group behind Andersen didn't really make a good pace. 

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