Nordic Combined - See FIS Schedule & Results

Nordic combined

Nordic combined is a traditional winter sport that combined ski jumping and cross country skiing. Our our nordic combined page you can find the sport info and statistics as well as the latest international competition results.
Nordic combined is a tradiotional sport that has been included in the Winter Olympics since the 1924 games in Chamonix, France. Nordic combined combines two other popular winter sports: ski jumping and cross country skiing.

Normally the competition starts with ski jumping and the jumping is followed by a 5, 10 or 15 km cross country skiing race. In the world cup the ski jumping competition is nowadays usually jumped from a big hill. The small hill is used only in a couple of World Cup races. The World Championships still include a small hill competition with 10 km skiing.

The cross country skiing part of the combined is competed with the Gundersen method which means that the best jumper starts first and the other competitors start after the calculated time difference based on the ski jumping points of every individual athlete.

Nordic combined - Competition schedule 2020-2021

The World Cup tour is the most respected yearly organized event series in the nordic combined. The crown jewels nordic combined are of course the World Championships (held every two years) and the Olympics (held every four years). The nordic combined championships are always organized together with cross country skiing and ski jumping in the FIS World Ski Champinonships.

Calendar Nordic combined

  • DateEventLocation
  • 26.11.2020 - 29.11.2020World Cup Ruka (men)Kuusamo, Finland
  • 4.12.2020 - 6.12.2020World Cup LillehammerLillehammer, Norway
  • 18.12.2020 - 20.12.2020World Cup Ramsau (men)Ramsau, Austria
  • 1.1.2021 - 3.1.2021World Cup OtepääOtepää, Viro
  • 8.1.2021 - 10.1.2021World Cup Chaux-Neuve (men)Chaux-Neuve, Ranska
  • 14.1.2021 - 17.1.2021World Cup Val di Fiemme (men)Val di Fiemme, Italy
  • 22.1.2021 - 24.1.2021World Cup Lahti (men)Lahti, Finland
  • 28.1.2021 - 31.1.2021World Cup Seefeld (men)Seefeld, Austria
  • 5.2.2021 - 7.2.2021World Cup Klingenthal (men)Klingenthal, Germany
  • 12.2.2021 - 14.2.2021World Cup Peking (men)Beijing, China
  • 26.2.2021 - 6.3.2021World Championships OberstdorfOberstdorf, Germany
    pe 26.02.2021HS106 + 10 km, men
    la 27.02.2021HS106 + 5 km, women
    su 28.02.2021Team HS106 + 4 x 5 km, men
    to 04.03.2021HS137 + 10 km, men
    la 06.03.2021Team sprint HS137 + 2 x 7,5 km, men
  • 11.3.2021 - 13.3.2021World Cup Holmenkollen (men)Oslo, Norway
  • 19.3.2021 - 21.3.2021World Cup SchonachSchonach, Germany

Nordic combined - Results today

Here you can find the latest nordic combined results from the international competitions.

Yhdistetyn maailmancup Holmenkollen 7.3.2020

Lopputulokset mäki + 10 km

1.Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR)23.59,9
2.Fabian Riessle (GER)+54,1
3.Ilkka Herola (FIN)+54,8
4.Akito Watabe (JPN)+1.08,0
5.Jørgen Gråbak (NOR)+1.10,1
6.Eric Frenzel (GER)+1.13,4
7.Manuel Faisst (GER)+1.20,5
8.Espen Andersen (NOR)+1.27,2
9.Ryota Yamamoto (JPN)+1.33,1
10.Lukas Greiderer (AUT)+1.36,3

37. Eero Hirvonen (FIN) +4.08,2
38. Leevi Mutru (FIN) +4.09,0
41. Arttu Mäkiaho (FIN) +4.46,2

Mäkiosuus HS134

1.Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR)0:00
2.Ryota Yamamoto (JPN)+0.41
3.Simen Tiller (NOR)+1.03
4.Akito Watabe (JPN)+1.08
5.Ilkka Herola (FIN)+1.10
6.Terence Weber (GER)+1.12
7.Jens Lurås Oftebro (NOR)+1.16
8.Fabian Riessle (GER)+1.18
9.Go Yamamoto (JPN)+1.24
10.Lars Ivar Skårset (NOR)+1.27

37. Arttu Mäkiaho (FIN) +3.44
39. Eero Hirvonen (FIN) +3.56
41. Leevi Mutru (FIN) +4.13

Yhdistetty, Salpausselän kisat 1.3.2020


1.Akito Watabe (JPN)25.41,1
2.Jørgen Gråbak (NOR)+2,9
3.Vinzenz Geiger (GER)+7,9
4.Jens Lurås Oftebro (NOR)+12,7
5.Fabian Riessle (GER)+15,2
6.Eric Frenzel (GER)+15,3
7.Martin Fritz (AUT)+32,0
8.Ilkka Herola (FIN)+34,7

22. Eero Hirvonen +2.06,1
31. Arttu Mäkiaho +4.03,4
34. Leevi Mutru +4.24,4


1.Akito Watabe (JPN)0.00
2.Jens Lurås Oftebro (NOR)+0.09
3.Martin Fritz (AUT)+0.44
4.Fabian Riessle (GER)+0.51
5.Ryota Yamamoto (JPN)+0.52
6.Terence Weber (GER)+0.58
7.Jørgen Gråbak (NOR)+0.59
8.Vinzenz Geiger (GER)+1.02
9.Eric Frenzel (GER)+1.13
10.Laurent Muhlethaler (FRA)+1.16

15. Ilkka Herola +1.36
28. Eero Hirvonen +3.05
35. Arttu Mäkiaho +4.20
40. Leevi Mutru +5.01

Yhdistetty Salpausselän kisat 29.2.2020

Pariviesti lopputulokset mäki + 2 x 7,5 km

3.Saksa 2+30,8
4.Norja 2+37,4
6.Itävalta 2+45,9
12.Suomi 2+3.37,1

Pariviesti mäkiosuus HS130

4.Norja 2+0.40
6.Itävalta 2+0.59
7.Saksa 2+1.13
8.Japani 2+1.33
12.USA 2+2.54
14.USA 2+3.18
15.Suomi 2+3.50

Trondheim maailmancup 23.2.2020


1.Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR)24.12,8
2.Jens Lurås Oftebro (NOR)+29,4
3.Espen Bjørnstad (NOR)+35,5
4.Jørgen Gråbak (NOR)+54,7
5.Eric Frenzel (GER)+58,6
6.Manuel Faisst (GER)+1.04,3
7.Martin Fritz (AUT)+1.11,9
8.Vinzenz Geiger (GER)+1.22,0

11. Ilkka Herola +1.49,2

Mäkiosuus HS138

1.Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR)0:00
2.Martin Fritz (AUT)+0.25
3.Espen Bjørnstad (NOR)+0.29
4.Jens Lurås Oftebro (NOR)+0.45
5.Terence Weber (GER)+0.48
6.Akito Watabe (JPN)+1.03
7.Manuel Faisst (GER)+1.10
8.Lars Ivar Skårset (NOR)+1.22
9.Go Yamamoto (JPN)+1.28
10.Ryota Yamamoto (JPN)+1.30

21. Ilkka Herola (FIN) +2.23
35. Perttu Reponen (FIN) +3.49
38. Eero Hirvonen (FIN) +4.15
42. Leevi Mutru (FIN) +5.00

Mens' and womens' nordic combined

Even though men have competed in the nordic combined on an olympic level for almost a century, women have not yet competed in the major competitions or the World Cup. Nordic combined is the only olympic sport that women have never participated in.

Women will make their World Championships debute in 2021 in Oberstdorf, Germany. It is also planned that women will compete for the first time in the Olympics in 2022 in Beijing, China. The womens' World Cup will also start in the 2020-2021 season with a couple of competitions.

Nordic combined - Prize money

The prize money offered in the nordic combined is decent but it doesn't compare to ski jumping, cross country skiing or alpine skiing.

Below you can find list of athletes with the most prize money in the season 2017-2018. Japan's Akito Watabe was number one with approximately earnings of 100 000 euros.

#AthletePrize money (€)
1.Akito Watabe (JPN)99 600
2.Fabian Riesle (GER)71 000
3.Jan Schmid (NOR)68 400
4.Johannes Rydzek (GER)53 000
5.Jorgen Graabak (NOR)45 100
6.Jarl Magnus Riiber (NOR)43 400
7.Eric Frenzel (GER)38 800
8.Eero Hirvonen (FIN)36 600
9.Espen Andersen (NOR)36 200
10.Vinzenz Geiger (GER)28 900