Eric FRENZEL

德国 GER

北欧两项

  • 奖牌
    3
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    2
  • 奥运参赛次数
    3
  • 奥运首秀
    2010年温哥华冬奥会
  • 出生年份
    1988年
奥运会成绩

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Eric FRENZEL

The best Nordic combined specialist the world has seen this decade, Eric Frenzel has a record five consecutive overall World Cup wins. Between Sochi 2014 and PyeongChang 2018, he succeeded in keeping his title in the normal hill, and climbed to the very top of the Olympic records table with six medals, including three golds.

 An early start

"Jump far, ski fast" has been Eric Frenzel's motto from a very young age. His father, a Nordic combined coach, first put him on skis at the age of two, and at the top of a ski jump at age six. "He got me interested in this magnificent sport," Eric said. Junior world champion in the sprint in Tarvisio (Italy) in March 2007, he joined the FIS World Cup circuit aged 19 in the same year. But he would have to be patient and perfect his talent before reaching the top. As a young father to his son Philip, he participated in his first Winter Games in Vancouver in 2010, returning home from the ski jump and piste of Whistler with a bronze team medal won with Johannes Rydzek, Tino Edelmann and Björn Kircheisen, behind the USA (silver) and Austria (gold).

Successor to Jason Lamy-Chappuis

Eric made history for the first time in his sport by becoming world champion on the normal hill jump in Holmenkollen, Oslo, in 2011, then by taking the bronze on the large hill jump, in addition to two silver team medals. On 4 December 2011, in Lillehammer, he won the first ever penalty race held in the World Cup. During the 2012-2013 season he was flying, putting an end to the domination of Frenchman Jason Lamy-Chappuis (three-time World Cup winner) by taking six victories and winning the overall title, as well as the big Crystal Globe that comes with it. He also became individual world champion for the second time after dominating in the large hill (K120 + 10km) in Val Di Fiemme on 28 February 2013.

First Olympic title

Eric arrived at the Sochi Games just after a unique achievement: between 17 and 19 January 2014, in front of 18,000 enthusiastic spectators in Seefeld (Germany), he won the so-called “Triple” with three consecutive wins in the 5km, 10km and 15km! According to the press in his home country, the German was "unbeatable", the "King of Seefeld", with a "historic feat" to his name, and the athlete to beat to win in Krasnaya Polyana at the Sochi Games. With a significant lead in the overall World Cup standings, Eric was clear favourite for the normal hill Olympic event beginning on 12 February on the HS106 hill of the RusSki Gorki Jumping Centre. He started the 10km cross-country race in the lead after a jump of 103.0m, breaking away from the pack with Akito Watabe (Japan), whom he later dropped at the end of the course to win by four seconds. "It's amazing, incredible! There are no words to describe how I am feeling. It is the best day of my life," he said. He placed 10th in the large hill event then won his third Olympic medal on 20 February – silver in the team relay with Kircheisen, Rydzek and Fabian Riessle, after Riessle was beaten in the sprint in the anchor leg by Norway's Jørgen Graabak.

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2018年平昌冬奥会

Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual
Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual Nordic Combined
Large Hill / 10 km, Individual
Large Hill / 10 km, Individual Nordic Combined
Team
Team Nordic Combined
奥运会成绩
赛果 赛事 项目

2014年索契冬奥会

Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual
Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual Nordic Combined
#10
Large Hill / 10 km, Individual
Large Hill / 10 km, Individual Nordic Combined
Team
Team Nordic Combined
奥运会成绩
赛果 赛事 项目

2010年温哥华冬奥会

#10
Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual
Normal Hill / 10 km, Individual Nordic Combined
#40
Large Hill / 10 km, Individual
Large Hill / 10 km, Individual Nordic Combined
Team
Team Nordic Combined