Magnus Krog of Norway. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)
Individual Gundersen NH/10km
Individual Gundersen LH/10km
Team Gundersen LH/4x5km
In Nordic Combined, athletes compete in ski jumping first, then cross-country skiing later in the same day.
There are two ski jump hills: the "normal" hill which is used for the Individual Gundersen NH event, and the "large" hill which is used for the Individual Gundersen LH event and the team event.
In the team event, each country has four team members compete. They each perform a jump from the large hill, then they cross-country ski in a relay with each team member skiing five kilometres.
Canada has never won a medal in Nordic Combined — our best finish was 10th back in 1932.
This year, Canadian athletes didn't qualify to compete in Nordic Combined.