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Topic: Hannu Manninen


In the News (Mon 22 Jul 19)

  
  Suunto - DOES HANNU MANNINEN GIVE ALL IT TAKES?
Suunto and the three-time overall winner of the World Cup in Nordic Combined Hannu Manninen have agreed on a partnership according to which Manninen will comment on his competitions and his heart rate data on Suunto's website at www.suunto.com/training where his heart rate logs can also be viewed.
Manninen was once again the fastest skier in the competition in Obertsdorf on January 6th after being 15th in the ski jumping which meant that he finished second overall.
Hannu Manninen is the three times Champion of the Nordic Combined World Cup between 2004 and 2006, and has won team Gold in both the 2002 Olympics and the 1999 World Championships.
www.suunto.com /suunto/main/article_1column.jsp?CONTENT<>cnt_id=10135298185565676&FOLDER<>folder_id=9853823208850708&bmUID=1185506032509   (568 words)

  
 CNN/SI - Nagano Olympics - Athlete profile: Hannu Manninen - February 3, 1998
Rovaniemi, which is literally lies on the arctic circle, has even made a name for itself in the American media...the town was recently profiled in a Sports Illustrated article on arctic golf...despite the northern exposure, Manninen says he does not mind the never setting sun, he's used to it...
lately, Manninen's success has overshadowed his brother's career, who has started to put more time and effort into his computer courses at the university..."We have a little bit of competition between me and my brother, but it is a lot different now," says Manninen.
Manninen finished sixth in the overall World Cup standings last year...it was a year from which the young Finn did not even expect that much..."The last two years were mostly for experience and I will take that experience into the Olympics in February," he says, "but I can already tell that this year is different.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /olympics/events/1998/nagano/athletes/53.htm   (392 words)

  
  Eurosport - WinterSports - Nordic Combined   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Defending champion Hannu Manninen of Finland beat his closest rival, Germany's Ronny Ackermann, in a sprint event Friday to clinch the Nordic combined overall World Cup title with three events left.
Tenth after the ski-jumping phase, Manninen was sharp from the start of the cross-country portion and overtook Ackermann.
Manninen, however, had a terrible world championships last month in Germany, where he failed to win a medal.
www.eurosport.com /home/pages/V4/L0/S40/sport_Lng0_Spo40_Sto695490.shtml   (294 words)

  
 Torino 2006 - Athlete details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
His sister Pirjo Manninen won gold in cross country at the 2001 World Championships.
(NOC 01/12/05) His older brother Kari Manninen is also a nordic combined athlete competing on the World Cup circuit.
In September 2002 he had a motorcycle accident and broke a bone in his right shoulder while in 2000 he injured his ankle when his bindings broke and he lost a ski.
www.torino2006.org /ENG/IDF/ATH/602168.html   (413 words)

  
 Ski Racing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Manninen beat German Ronny Ackermann by 47.6 seconds in the 15-kilometer portion of the ski race.
Manninen finished in 41 minutes, 25.3 seconds to win his second race of the season.
But Manninen, known for his strength in the cross-country portion of the event, made up the two-minute deficit and caught Ackermann by the 12th kilometer, then accelerated past the German to open up a big lead.
www.skiracing.com /news/news_display.php/2067/NORDIC/newsArticles   (159 words)

  
 SKI in Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Manninen, who leads the overall World Cup standings, climbed to the top in the 15km cross country event after placing sixth in the ski jumping competition.
Manninen took a 17-second lead after the 10-kilometre sprint and then nailed jumps of 119.5 metres and 109.5 metres for 226.8 points.
Hannu Manninen, right, of Finland, leads during 10km cross-country event of FIS World Cup Nordic Combined in Sapporo, northern Japan, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2005.
www.xtdev.com /ski/wmprint_en.php?ArtID=682   (959 words)

  
 Hannu Manninen - Mainpage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hannu basically left others to fight for places second and further, when he had jump of 92 meter and was second after jumping.
Hannu had jumps of 58 and 55 and was fourth after jumping, 1.16 behind Koivuranta.
Hannu took the lead around half way of the race and was clearly the best then.
www.hannumanninen.net /english/ndex.html   (561 words)

  
 Boston.com / Sports / Other sports / Skiing news / Manninen wins Nordic combined ski event   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hannu Manninen of Finland won a World Cup Nordic combined event Thursday with a strong cross-country race and took the lead in the overall standings with his third victory of the season.
SCHONACH, Germany -- Hannu Manninen of Finland won a World Cup Nordic combined event Thursday with a strong cross-country race and took the lead in the overall standings with his third victory of the season.
Eighth after the ski jumping portion, Manninen began the 15-kilometer race one minute, 14 seconds behind the leader, Todd Lodwick of the United States.
www.boston.com /sports/other_sports/skiing/articles/2005/01/06/manninen_wins_nordic_combined_ski_event   (179 words)

  
 ESPN.com: OLY - Ackermann settles for second in Nordic opener
Manninen, who captured last season's finale in Norway, made a strong showing in the 7.5-kilometer cross-country ski portion.
Manninen started the ski race in 23rd place after a mediocre ski jump on the K120 hill.
Manninen held off Ackermann after that, covering the race in 22 minutes, 21.5 seconds.
espn.go.com /oly/news/2002/1129/1468478.html   (254 words)

  
 Manninen Repeats As Nordic Combined Champ (phillyBurbs.com)
LAHTI, Finland - Defending champion Hannu Manninen of Finland clinched the Nordic Combined overall World Cup title Friday, after beating rival Ronny Ackermann in a sprint event.
Manninen, who was 10th after ski jumping, was sharp from the start of the cross-country portion and overtook Ackermann.
Manninen won the World Cup last year, also beating Ackermann, the 2002 and 2003 overall winner.
www.phillyburbs.com /pb-dyn/news/47-03042005-458548.html   (252 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > Sports -- Ackermann wins Nordic combined in Norway
Ackermann, who shared victory with Austria's Christoph Bieler in the ski jumping portion earlier in the day, finished the 15-kilometer freestyle cross country race in 34 minutes, 47.4 seconds to defeat Manninen by 20.6 seconds.
Manninen, the defending overall champion, was a distant 18th in the ski jumping and started the race 1:49 behind Ackermann and Bieler.
American Todd Lodwick, who was second to Manninen in the sprint opener in Finland last weekend, finished sixth in the combined event, 53.5 seconds back.
www.signonsandiego.com /sports/20041204-0831-ski-nordicworldcup.html   (145 words)

  
 Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined in Russia. Sports Club "Flying Skier" - Perm.
Hannu Manninen edged Magnus Moan by 1.3 seconds to win a thrilling World Cup Nordic combined season finale Sunday.
Manninen, who clinched his second straight overall last weekend in Lahti, Finland, finished the 7.5-kilometer cross country ski race in 18 minutes, 4.3 seconds.
Manninen topped the standings with 1,466 points, Ackermann had 1,070, Gottwald 677, and Lodwick 668.
www.tramplin.perm.ru /news/eng/2005/2005_03_13_2.htm   (133 words)

  
 Boston.com / Sports / Other sports / Skiing news / Manninen wins 6th straight World Cup Nordic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Finland's Hannu Manninen overcame a seventh-place effort in the ski jumping to win his sixth straight Nordic combined World Cup title Sunday.
Manninen, also the winner Saturday, completed the 15-kilometer race in 37 minutes, 25.8 seconds after falling behind with jumps of 121.5 and 125 meters.
Manninen leads the overall World Cup standings with 1,046 points.
www.boston.com /sports/other_sports/skiing/articles/2005/01/30/manninen_wins_6th_straight_world_cup_nordic   (139 words)

  
 Manninen Wins Again, Boosts Overall Lead (phillyBurbs.com)
SEEFELD, Austria - Hannu Manninen of Finland won his second World Cup Nordic combined event in three days, using a strong cross country race Saturday to hold off Ronny Ackermann of Germany and increase his lead in the overall standings.
Manninen, who also won Thursday in Schonach, Germany, recorded his fourth victory of the season.
But Manninen came on strong in the race, and won a sprint duel on the last straightaway with Ackermann.
www.phillyburbs.com /pb-dyn/news/47-01082005-429063.html   (201 words)

  
 Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined in Russia. Sports Club "Flying Skier" - Perm.
Defending champion Hannu Manninen of Finland clinched the Nordic Combined overall World Cup title Friday, after beating rival Ronny Ackermann in a sprint event.
After about eight minutes, Manninen moved to the top spot, finishing in 19 minutes, 6.2 seconds.
Manninen had a terrible world championships last month in Germany, where he failed to win a medal.
www.tramplin.perm.ru /news/eng/2005/2005_03_04.htm   (219 words)

  
 El finlandés Manninen se impone también en la segunda prueba de Seefeld (Austria)
El esquiador finlandés Hannu Manninen logró el doblete en la localidad austriaca de Seefeld tras hacerse con la segunda prueba perteneciente a la Copa del Mundo de combinada nórdica y consiguiendo igualar el record de 26 victorias de Bjane Vik.
Manninen, vencedor ya ayer, tenía un retraso de 1:52 tras la prueba de saltos, remontó en los 15 kilómetros de esquí de fondo y acabó venciendo por un margen de 3.9 segundos, superando a 300 metros de la línea de meta al alemán Ronny Ackermann y venciendo así por cuarta vez en dos años.
Esta victoria de Manninen, la quinta de la temporada, incrementa su ventaja en la clasificación de la Copa del Mundo a 66 puntos sobre Ackerman, ganador de cuatro pruebas, mientras que el estadounidense Lodwick continúa tercero.
noticias.hispavista.com /i/20050109180510/Combinada-n%F3rdica-Copa-del-Mundo--El-finland%E9s-Manninen-se-impone-tambi%E9n-en-la-segunda-prueba-de-Seefeld-Austria   (186 words)

  
 OLYMPICS - CBS SportsLine.com
Manninen was 28.2 seconds behind, while Ronny Ackermann of Germany was third in 36:58.4.
Manninen clinched his second straight overall last weekend in Lahti.
With one event left, Manninen leads the overall standings with 1,366 points followed by Ackermann with 1,010, and American Todd Lodwick with 628.
www.sportsline.com /olympics/story/8283210   (232 words)

  
 ESPN.com: OLY - Manninen again: Finn wins Nordic combined
SEEFELD, Austria -- Finland's Hannu Manninen won a World Cup Nordic combined event for the second straight day.
He captured Sunday's 15-kilometer event, rallying from 11th place after the ski jump.
Manninen, who won Saturday's 7.5K sprint, has three victories this season and 17 for his career.
espn.go.com /oly/news/2004/0111/1705936.html   (106 words)

  
 NameTraq | Last Name: Seefeld   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Finn combo: Finland's Hannu Manninen won a World Cup Nordic combined event in Seefeld, Austria, capturing the 15-kilometer event after rallying from 11th place...
It was also a double-victory weekend for Hannu Manninen in the Nordic combined events held in Seefeld, Austria.
Hannu Manninen and Samppa Lajunen went 1-2 for Finland in a World Cup Nordic combined event in Seefeld, Austria.
nametraq.org /Jan04/S/Seefeld.shtml   (689 words)

  
 Helsingin Sanomat - International Edition
On Friday, Manninen wrapped up his second consecutive World Cup title well before the end of the season with a cool win in the sprint event.
He went on to take 3rd place in the normal competition on Saturday, producing another trademark performance as he jumped to only 24th place and then skied like the wind to hunt down the competitors in front of him.
Ahonen could actually claim to have the edge in the light-hearted discipline-swapping contest, since he is also an accomplished drag-racing driver, and won the Nordic Drag Racing Series Comp Championship last year.
www.helsinginsanomat.fi /english/article/print/1101978755345   (404 words)

  
 SKI-Nordic-Combined   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
SAPPORO, Japan (AP) - Finland's Hannu Manninen recovered from a poor jump to win a nordic combined World Cup event Tuesday and extend his lead in the overall standings.
After placing 12th on the K-120 hill, Manninen was timed in 17 minutes 26.6 seconds in the 7.5-kilometre cross country race for a winning time of 18:50.6.
Tuesday's win was Manninen's fourth in the last five World Cup events and gave him 970 points in the overall standings.
www.cp.org /premium/ONLINE/member/skiing/040127/I012705AU.html   (131 words)

  
 The U.S. Ski Team News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Spillane was fourth behind Ludovic Roux of France in the jumping, starting the 7.5K race 39 seconds back with Lodwick 10th (49 seconds) and Manninen 13th (56 seconds later).
By the midpoint, Manninen and Lodwick were battling with No. 2 jumper Daito Takahashi of Japan and that duel continued to the end...with Manninen 1.1 seconds ahead of Takahashi and Lodwick posting the fourth-fastest time in the 7.5K to finish just 2.9 seconds back.
Manninen won his third in a row, fifth in six World Cups, and boosted his season points to 1,070.
www.usskiteam.com /PublishingFolder/2013.htm   (433 words)

  
 Manninen wins event
 Manninen defeated Vik by.1 second, earning his second victory of the season and sixth of his career.
Manninen's total time was 19 minutes, 26.9 seconds.
Hannu Manninen, Finland, (2, 1), 19 minutes, 26.9 seconds.
www.canoe.ca /SlamNaganoNordicCombinedArchive/dec29_man.html   (132 words)

  
 Helsingin Sanomat - International Edition - Sport   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Manninen again swept through the field on the ski-track after finishing 10th on the hill.
Manninen’s record-breaking exploit came in the fact that his second win of the weekend marked up the 26-year-old’s 26th individual World Cup victory, equalling the feat of the legendary Norwegian Nordic Combined expert Bjarte Engen Vik.
Despite his relative youth, Manninen has been at the top of the sport since the mid-1990s, with his first victory recorded at Falun in 1996.
www.helsinginsanomat.fi /english/article/1101978221986   (629 words)

  
 Taipei Times - archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hannu Manninen of Finland during the Nordic Combined K95 Mass Start event at the Nordic Combined skiing World Cup in Predazzo, Val di Fiemme, Italy, Saturday.
Finland's Hannu Manninen ended Ronny Ackermann's World Cup winning streak by taking Saturday's Nordic combined event in northern Italy -- a 10km cross country race with mass start combined with a ski jumping portion from the K95 hill.
Manninen up a winning total of 244.5 points with a fourth-place finish in the ski race and fifth place in ski jumping.
www.taipeitimes.com /News/sport/archives/2003/12/15/2003079724/wiki   (949 words)

  
 MISC-Winter-Shorts-hannu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
SAPPORO, Japan (CP) - Finland's Hannu Manninen won a World Cup Nordic combined event Sunday, his third victory in the last four competitions.
He captured the 18th title of his career and extended his lead in the overall standings.
Manninen was sixth in ski jumping on the 120K hill with 124.8 points and completed the 10-kilometre cross-country race in 23 minutes 45.1 seconds for a total of 244.6 points.
www.cp.org /premium/ONLINE/member/skiing/040125/I012519AU.html   (204 words)

  
 Finland's Manninen wins Nordic combined   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hannu Manninen of Finland won a World Cup Nordic combined event Sunday, and Todd Lodwick of the United States finished third.
Manninen overcame a 50-second deficit from the jumping portion to ski the fastest cross-country time and win by 14.8 seconds.
Lodwick won the jumping portion with a 128.5-meter jump but was 12th in the cross-country portion, 21.3 seconds behind Manninen.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2005/01/23/sports1137EST0242.DTL   (100 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Hannu Manninen won the third competition of the Warsteiner Grand Prix Germany - and won the GP Germany!
Hannu won the first competition in Oberhof 30.12., he was third in Ruhpolding and finally won also the third competition in Schonach.
Finnish Nordic Combined team in Seefeld: Hannu Manninen, Jaakko Tallus ja Jouni Kaitainen.
www.finnjumping.info /yhdistetty_eng/uutiset/news_tarkka.asp?tunniste=74   (77 words)

  
 Finn edges Norwegian for victory
 Manninen, 19, who was eighth in 90-metre jumping at Howelsen Hill, started 45 seconds behind Austrian Mario Stecher and 17 back of Vik in the handicap-start format.
 Manninen stalked the leaders through two rounds of the four-lap race before passing Vik midway through the race on the opening day of the Sprint Ski Town USA World Cup.
The third win of his career boosted Manninen into the World Cup points lead after three events.
slam.canoe.ca /SlamNaganoNordicCombinedArchive/dec11_mannu.html   (236 words)

  
 OLYMPICS - CBS SportsLine.com
SAPPORO, Japan -- Hannu Manninen of Finland won his fifth straight Nordic combined World Cup event Saturday after building a lead in the cross-country sprint.
Manninen took a 17-second lead after the 10-kilometer sprint and then nailed jumps of 119.5 meters and 109.5 meters for 226.8 points.
Manninen has seven titles this season and leads the overall standings after 13 rounds with 946 points.
www.sportsline.com /olympics/story/8143696   (211 words)

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