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NORDIC COMBINED: The return of Germany’s Johannes Rydzek

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The 2018-19 Nordic Combined World Cup season has been dominated by Norway’s Jarl Magnus Riiber, who won six of the first eight competitions of...

NORDIC COMBINED Preview: Will Riiber stay on a roll?

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The Nordic Combined World Cup lands in Val di Fiemme (ITA) this week, with Norway’s Jarl Magnus Riiber having won six of the eight...

NORDIC COMBINED: Riiber sweeps Otepaa races, now has medals in all eight races this...

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The dream season for Norway’s Jarl Magnus Riiber continued in the Nordic Combined World Cup, winning his sixth and seventh straight races on the...

NORDIC COMBINED Preview: Is Riiber still on a roll?

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There is only one question ahead of the two Gundersen competitions at Otepaa, Estonia this weekend, of a 97 m hill with a 10.0...

NORDIC COMBINED: Norwegian sweep by Riiber and Graabak in Ramsau

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Norway is taking over the Nordic Combined World Cup, which has been mostly a German show with Japan’s Akito Watabe winning last year. In Ramsau...

NORDIC COMBINED Preview: Four in a row for Riiber in Ramsau?

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The Nordic Combined World Cup has been in repose since the three-event Lillehammer Tour in early December, but the circuit will start up again...

NORDIC COMBINED: Riiber rules in Lillehammer triple!

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The Nordic Combined World Cup had been the exclusive property of Germany’s Eric Frenzel for five season before Japan’s Akito Watabe came to the...

NORDIC COMBINED Preview: Three races in three days in Lillehammer

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A fresh look at Nordic Combined racing comes this week at the Nordic sports festival in Lillehammer (NOR), with three races on tap: ∙ Friday:...

NORDIC COMBINED: Upset win by Mario Seidl in Ruka

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Last season’s Nordic Combined opener in Ruka (FIN) produced a surprise winner in Espen Andersen of Norway. Ditto for the 2018-19 campaign which opened...

NORDIC COMBINED Preview: World Cup season starts in Ruka

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The 2017-18 season in Nordic Combined was a wild one, with Akito Watabe winning the first seasonal title for Japan in 23 years and...

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