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    THE HOLMENKCLLEN SKI CHAMPIONSHIP IN NORWAY -- WATCHED BY KING OLAV, PRINCE HARALD AND PRINCESS ASTRID.

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    1.
    GV PAN CROWD
    0.06

    2.
    SV PAN NO. 21 FIEDOR (POLAND) STARTS 15 KMS
    0.15

    3.
    SV PAN NO. 25 THOMA (GERMANY) STARTS
    0.23

    4.
    GV CROWD
    0.25

    5.
    SV PAN NO. 27 BOWER U.S.A. STARTS
    0.33

    6.
    SV PAN NO. 3 KISELEV (U.S.S.R.) STARTS
    0.42

    7.
    GV CROWD
    0.45

    8.
    CU TIME CLOCK
    0.50

    9.
    SV PAN NO. 25 THOMA FINISHES SECOND
    0.57

    10.
    SV PAN NO. 22 KNUTSEN (NORWAY) FINISHES
    1.02

    11.
    SV KING OLAV, PRINCE HARALD AND PRINCESS ASTRID WATCH
    1.07

    12.
    BIG GV CROWD
    1.11

    13.
    SV PAN NO. 50 VORONTSJIKHIN (U.S.S.R.) STARTS 50 KMS
    1.16

    14.
    SV PAN NO. 51 DAMON (U.S.A.) STARTS
    1.23

    15.
    CU TIME CLOCK
    1.24

    16.
    SV PAN NO. 52 STUFFER (ITALY) STARTS
    1.30

    17.
    SV PAN NO. 53 ELLEFSAETER (NORWAY) STARTS
    1.37

    18.
    SV CROWD WATCH
    1.39

    19.
    SV PAN NO. 54 TIAIMEN (FINLAND) WINNER PAST CAMERA)
    1.43

    20.
    SV PAN NO. 59 SIXTEEN JERNBERG (FAVOURITE)
    1.52

    21.
    BIG GV CROWD
    1.59

    22.
    CU CLOCK
    2.01

    23.
    LV NO. 54 TIAIMEN FINISHES
    2.09

    24.
    SV TIAIMEN AND NO. 46 WAVE
    2.13

    25.
    BIG GV CROWD
    2.18



    Initials JRG/V/RM/BB



    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: THE HOLMENKCLLEN SKI CHAMPIONSHIP IN NORWAY -- WATCHED BY KING OLAV, PRINCE HARALD AND PRINCESS ASTRID.

    GEORG THOMA, D.S.V. GERMANY, YESTERDAY (SATURDAY) WON THE COVETED KING'S CUP FOR THE COMBINED JUMPING AND CROSS COUNTRY SKIING EVENT OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS. THOMA, 1960 OLYMPIC GOLDEN MEDAL WINNER, AFTER FINISHING SECOND IN THE JUMPING EVENT LAST THURSDAY WAS PLACED SECOND IN THE BREATH-TAKING CROSS COUNTRY.

    HE WON THE KING'S CUP WITH A BIG MARGIN AHEAD OF THE WORLD'S BEST SKIER IN THE NORDIC COMBINED EVENT, AMONG THEM NORWAY'S 1964 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL WINNER, TORMOD KNUTSEN.

    HANS MOEHWALD, (WEST GERMANY) BROUGHT HOME ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR HIS COUNTRY BY FINISHING FIRST IS THE CROSS COUNTRY.

    DETAILS: 1ST. HORST MOEHWALD, D.S.V. GERMANY 51.28.9
    2ND. GEORG THOMA, D.S.V. GERMANY 52.40.7
    3RD K. GROETLI, NORWAY, 52.47.1.

    4TH A. BARHAUGEN, NORWAY. 52.32.5.

    5TH A. LARSEN. NORWAY. 53.46.0
    ARTO TIAIMEN, (FINLAND) WAS PLACED FIRST IN THE MARATHON 50 KILOMETRES CROSS COUNTRY EVENT. HE WON AFTER A HARD FIGHT WITH SWEDEN'S IRON MAN SIXTEEN JERNBERG WHO WAS SECOND FOLLOWED BY GJERMUND EGGEN, NORWAY.

    DETAILS: 1ST. ARTO TIAINEM, FINLAND. 2.53.32.

    2ND. JERNBERG, SWEDEN. 2.55.38
    3RD. G. EGGEN, NORWAY. 2.56.39.

    4TH. FRANCO NOMES. ITALY. 2.58.01.

    5TH. R. HAEMELAINEN, FINLAND. 2.58.080.

    6TH. VAGONOV, SOVIET UNION. 2.58.34.

    THE OFFICIAL RESULTS OF THE NORDIC EVENT WERE:
    1ST. GEORGE THOMAS (WEST GERMANY) 469.95 POINTS)
    2ND. ERWIN FIEDOR (POLAND) WINNER OF THURSDAYS JUMPING EVENT 455.50 POINTS
    3RD. ARNE LARSEN (NORWAY) 440.61 POINTS
    4TH. NIKOLAI KISELEV (SOVIET UNION) 431.15 POINTS
    5TH. BENGT ERIKSSON (SWEDEN) 429.91
    6TH. TORMOD KNUTSEN (NORWAY) 426.94 POINTS

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    Film ID:
    VLVA2XM3DLVNDJ3XJUHI8XHVNEAP7
    Media URN:
    VLVA2XM3DLVNDJ3XJUHI8XHVNEAP7
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    15/03/1964
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:19:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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