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Saturday’s Nordic combined team sprint was the last of its kind this winter on the World Cup and proved to be a duel between Germany and Norway. The two man sprint event combines two jumps with a lap each of 7.5 k.

Germany I represented by Johannes Rydzek and Eric Frenzel led after the jumping with total score of 227.2 points. Norway I, comprised of Jørgen Graabak and Håvard Klemetsen, were just 4.1 points behind for an eight second disadvantage.

Klemetsen won the day for Norway, chasing down Rydzek on the final lap to secure the victory.

Germany I was second, with France I (Francois Braud & Sebastien Lacroix) in third. United States I was 14th (Taylor Fletcher & Bryan Fletcher), while United States II was 19th (Adam Loomis & Nick Hendrickson).

Friday’s normal hill/10 k was won by Johannes Rydzek, with Japan’s Akito Watabe second by 7 seconds. Eric Frenzel was third, 20.6 seconds behind his teammate Rydzek.

Bryan Fletcher was 34th for the United States.

Results: Team sprint | Normal hill/10 k

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