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Men's Normal Hill (HS 106) was the first Ski jumping competition in Sochi 2014. It took place on February 9th, 2014. 49 athletes from 16 countries took start in the first round. Originally it had to be 50 competitors, but Slovenia's Robert Kranjec did not compete because of knee injury picked up at Saturday's qualifying round. [1]

In the second round, 31 competitors instead of 30 participated. Germany's Severin Freund fell in the first round and ended up on 44th position, but he was allowed to start in the final round because of the length of his jump. He took 31th place in the finals.

Poland's Kamil Stoch won the competition; Slovenia's Peter Prevc became the first Slovenian skijumper to win an individual competition award, taking the second place. The bronze medal was given to Anders Bardal from Norway.

First round results Edit

Rank Competitor Bib Nation Distance Points
1 Kamil Stoch 50 Poland 105.5 142.0
2 Anders Bardal 44 Norway 101.5 135.8
3 Peter Prevc 49 Slovenia 102.5 134.8
4 Michael Hayboeck 32 Austria 101.0 133.4
5 Thomas Diethart 42 Austria 99.0 132.6
5 Andreas Wank 26 Germany 101.0 132.6
7 Maciej Kot 35 Poland 101.5 131.6
8 Noriaki Kasai 48 Japan 101.5 131.2
9 Jan Ziobro 37 Poland 101.0 130.6
10 Maksim Maksimochkin 23 Russia 104.0 129.6
11 Jernej Damjan 38 Slovenia 99.5 128.6
12 Jurij Tepes 36 Slovenia 100.0 127.0
13 Anssi Koivuranta 30 Finland 99.5 126.1
14 Andreas Wellinger 43 Germany 96.0 125.8
15 Thomas Morgenstern 40 Austria 97.5 125.6
16 Simon Ammann 45 Switzerland 97.5 125.5
17 Jakub Janda 27 Czech Republic 98.5 125.2
18 Gregor Schlierenzauer 47 Austria 96.0 123.9
18 Jan Matura 33 Czech Republic 96.5 123.9
20 Anders Fannemel 31 Norway 98.0 123.7
21 Taku Takeuchi 39 Japan 98.0 123.1
22 Juta Watase 24 Japan 99.5 123.0
23 Rune Velta 28 Norway 97.5 122.8
24 Roman Koudelka 2 Czech Republic 98.5 122.5
25 Reruhi Shimizu 22 Japan 99.5 122.2
26 Richard Freitag 34 Germany 100.5 121.4
27 Gregor Deschwanden 25 Switzerland 100.5 120.7
28 Anders Jacobsen 19 Norway 97.5 119.3
29 Janne Ahonen 29 Finland 97.0 118.9
29 Sebastian Colloredo 4 Italy 97.0 118.9
31 Dawid Kubacki 21 Poland 97.0 118.3
32 Jarkko Maeaettae 18 Finland 96.5 116.9
33 Seou Choi 9 Korea 95.0 116.2
34 Nicholas Alexander 1 USA 96.0 116.0
35 Ilmir Hazetdinov 8 Russia 94.0 114.8
36 Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes 20 Canada 96.0 114.4
37 Kaarel Nurmsalu 11 Estonia 95.0 113.3
38 Olli Muotka 13 Finland 92.5 113.0
39 Dusty Korek 6 Canada 93.5 111.1
40 Ronan Lamy-Chappuis 15 France 91.0 111.0
41 Hyun-Ki Kim 7 Korea 92.5 109.2
42 Heung-Chul Choi 3 Korea 95.0 109.1
43 Alexei Romashov 12 Russia 92.0 109.0
44 Severin Freund 46 Germany 99.5 108.9
45 Peter Frenette 10 USA 91.5 107.2
46 Lukas Hlava 17 Czech Republic 91.5 105.7
47 Anders Johnson 5 USA 92.0 104.2
48 Denis Kornilov 16 Russia 89.0 103.2
DSQ Davide Bresadola 14 Italy disqualified
DNS Robert Kranjec 41 Slovenia did not start
  • Despite taking 44th place in the 1st round, Severin Freund of Germany was allowed to start in the final round.
  • Italy's Davide Bresadola was disqualified for a jump suit violation.

Final round results Edit

Rank Competitor Bib Nation Distance Final score
1 Kamil Stoch 50 Poland 103.5 278.0
2 Peter Prevc 49 Slovenia 99.0 265.3
3 Anders Bardal 44 Norway 98.5 264.1
4 Thomas Diethart 42 Austria 98.0 258.3
5 Michael Hayboeck 32 Austria 98.5 258.0
6 Andreas Wellinger 43 Germany 101.5 257.1
7 Maciej Kot 35 Poland 98.5 255.8
8 Noriaki Kasai 48 Japan 100.0 255.2
9 Jernej Damjan 38 Slovenia 101.0 254.7
10 Andreas Wank 26 Germany 97.0 253.4
11 Gregor Schlierenzauer 47 Austria 101.0 253.3
12 Anssi Koivuranta 30 Finland 101.5 252.8
13 Jan Ziobro 37 Poland 99.0 252.4
14 Thomas Morgenstern 40 Austria 101.0 251.6
15 Anders Fannemel 31 Norway 98.5 249.1
16 Roman Koudelka 2 Czech Republic 99.5 246.8
17 Simon Ammann 45 Switzerland 98.5 246.6
18 Reruhi Shimizu 22 Japan 99.5 246.4
19 Jakub Janda 27 Czech Republic 96.5 243.8
20 Richard Freitag 34 Germany 97.5 243.7
21 Juta Watase 24 Japan 97.0 243.0
22 Rune Velta 28 Norway 96.5 241.4
23 Jan Matura 33 Czech Republic 95.5 239.5
24 Taku Takeuchi 39 Japan 95.5 239.4
25 Gregor Deschwanden 25 Switzerland 96.5 239.3
26 Jurij Tepes 36 Slovenia 93.0 236.7
27 Anders Jacobsen 19 Norway 93.5 234.3
28 Sebastian Colloredo 4 Italy 94.0 232.6
29 Janne Ahonen 29 Finland 92.5 229.2
30 Mikhail Maksimochkin 23 Russia 90.5 227.9
31 Severin Freund 46 Germany 93.5 217.7

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