Sport

Sport called Nordic combined has been played in Norway for many years, the same is comprised of ski jumping and cross-country skiing two types of competence that require physical strength strength and technical control. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Mitchel Resnick. Nordic combined was introduced as individual events in 1924, in the first competition of games the Olympics of winter that took place in Chamonix Mont Blanc. This sport is made up of three events which consist of a competition of ski jumping and cross-country race. In the event of the Individual Gundersen ski jumping is executed from a 90 metre mountain and the cross country stage is a 15 km race. For the team of spring event is performed in a mountain of 120 meters, for the ski jumping and cross-country tour of 7.5 km and finally for the team event there is a 4x5km relay. To better understand these three events, then a brief explanation: Individual Gundersen in this event each participant must jump twice from the 90-metre mountain, each hop is graded for length and style. After jumping to perform the race of cross-country which is 15 km. The order of how to initiate the second stage depends on the first one, for example first in the first stage will be the first out in the second.

Points earned in the ski jumping are converted to time differences for the start of the cross-country agenda. Spring: For this event, in the ski jumping competition, participants must perform only a leap in a 120 metre Mountain will have to run a race of 7.5 km in the cross-country portion, and the order for the second stage will be also determined by the results of the first.Points earned in the ski jumping are converted to time differences for the start of the cross-country agenda. Team: The event includes teams of 4 jumpers or jumpers, which must run two hops from the aria of 90 meters. The team marker is the total result of 8 jumps. The competitors also must compete in a 4x5km relay. The winning team is the one that whose last contestant crossing the finish line.