FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1985

The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1985 took place January 16–27, 1985 in Seefeld, Austria (near Innsbruck). This was the fourth time the Innsbruck area hosted these championships, having done so in 1933, the 1964 Winter Olympics, and the 1976 Winter Olympics. Both the Gundersen method and freestyle skiing for the cross-country skiing portion of the event were introduced in both Nordic combined events (individual and 3 × 10 km relay).

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1985
Host citySeefeld
Country Austria
Events13
Opening ceremonyJanuary 16
Closing ceremonyJanuary 27
Main venueSeefeld
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Men's cross-country

15 km

January 22, 1985

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Kari Härkönen (FIN) 40:42.7
Silver  Thomas Wassberg (SWE) 40:56.0
Bronze  Maurilio de Zolt (ITA) 41:27.2

30 km

January 18, 1985

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Gunde Svan (SWE) 1:18:24.1
Silver  Ove Aunli (NOR) 1:18:49.1
Bronze  Harri Kirvesniemi (FIN) 1:19:00.2

50 km

January 27, 1985

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Gunde Svan (SWE) 2:10:49.9
Silver  Maurilio De Zolt (ITA) 2:11:52.6
Bronze  Ove Aunli (NOR) 2:12:37.7

4 × 10 km relay

January 24, 1985

Medal Team Time
Gold  Norway (Arild Monsen, Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass, Tor Håkon Holte, Ove Aunli) 1:52:21.0
Silver  Italy (Marco Albarello, Giorgio Vanzetta, Maurilio de Zolt, Giuseppe Ploner) 1:52:27.5
Bronze  Sweden (Erik Östlund, Thomas Wassberg, Thomas Eriksson, Gunde Svan) 1:52:40.4

Women's cross-country

5 km

January 21, 1985

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Anette Bøe (NOR) 15:14.8
Silver  Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi (FIN) 15:25.1
Bronze  Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo (NOR) 15:26.8

10 km

January 19, 1985

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Anette Bøe (NOR) 30:54.8
Silver  Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi (FIN) 30:56.2
Bronze  Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo (NOR) 30:58.0

20 km

January 26, 1985

Medal Athlete Time
Gold  Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo (NOR) 59:19.1
Silver  Brit Pettersen (NOR) 59:37.5
Bronze  Anette Bøe (NOR) 59:43.5

4 × 5 km relay

January 22, 1985

Medal Team Time
Gold  Soviet Union (Tamara Tikhonova, Raisa Smetanina, Liliya Vasilchenko, Anfisa Romanova) 1:04:50.1
Silver  Norway (Anette Bøe, Anne Jahren, Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo, Berit Aunli) 1:04:58.8
Bronze  East Germany (Manuela Drescher, Gaby Nestler, Antje Misersky, Ute Noack) 1:05:57.0

Men's Nordic combined

15 km Individual Gundersen

January 18, 1985

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Hermann Weinbuch (FRG) 410.10
Silver  Geir Andersen (NOR) 399.84
Bronze  Jouko Karjalainen (FIN) 396.60

3 × 10 km team

January 25, 1985

Medal Team Points
Gold  West Germany (Thomas Müller, Hubert Schwarz, Hermann Weinbuch) 1276.90
Silver  Norway (Geir Andersen, Espen Andersen, Hallstein Bøgseth) 1256.02
Bronze  Finland (Jyri Pelkonen, Jukka Ylipulli, Jouko Karjalainen) 1202.60

Men's ski jumping

Individual normal hill

January 26, 1985

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Jens Weißflog (GDR) 225.6
Silver  Andreas Felder (AUT) 216.0
Bronze  Per Bergerud (NOR) 214.6

Individual large hill

January 20, 1985

Medal Athlete Points
Gold  Per Bergerud (NOR) 224.2
Silver  Jari Puikkonen (FIN) 223.0
Bronze  Matti Nykänen (FIN) 221.7

Team large hill

January 22, 1985

Medal Team Points
Gold  Finland (Tuomo Ylipulli, Pentti Kokkonen, Matti Nykänen, Jari Puikkonen) 583.0
Silver  Austria (Andreas Felder, Armin Kogler, Günther Stranner, Ernst Vettori) 579.2
Bronze  East Germany (Frank Sauerbrey, Manfred Deckert, Klaus Ostwald, Jens Weißflog) 550.8

Medal table

Medal winners by nation.

  *   Host nation (Austria)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Norway (NOR)55515
2 Finland (FIN)2349
3 Sweden (SWE)2114
4 West Germany (FRG)2002
5 East Germany (GDR)1023
6 Soviet Union (URS)1001
7 Italy (ITA)0213
8 Austria (AUT)*0202
Totals (8 nations)13131339

References

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