Each event consists of a ski jump followed by a cross country race (freestyle). The cross country starting order in all events is determined by finish in ski jump. The Sprint event was added in 2002. The Jump column shows the athlete's final jump score, in points, with place in parentheses. Cross country times shown are adjusted to include the competitors' staggered start time.
Medal breakdown (3 events): Four medals—Finland (3-1-0); Three—Austria (0-0-3); Two—Germany (0-2-0).
Two jumps off normal hill followed the next day by a 15-km cross-country race.
|1||Samppa Lajunen, FIN||257.0 (3)||39:11.7|
|2||Jaakko Tallus, FIN||267.5 (1)||39:36.4|
|3||Felix Gottwald, AUT||235.0 (11)||40:06.5|
One jump off large hill followed the next day by a 7.5-km cross-country race.
|1||Samppa Lajunen, FIN||123.8 (1)||16:40.1|
|2||Ronny Ackermann, GER||119.9 (2)||16:49.1|
|3||Felix Gottwald, AUT||110.3 (11)||17:20.3|
Two jumps off normal hill for each team's four skiers followed the next day by a 4 x 5-km cross-country relay race.
|Skeleton||Medal Sports||Ski Jumping|