Taylor Fletcher (shown here at World Championships) skied up from 23rd to 11th in a unique FIS Nordic Combined World Cup featuring two jumps and a 15k cross country. (Getty Images/AFP)
OSLO, Norway (March 16) - Taylor Fletcher (Steamboat Springs, CO) blazed a torrid pace in cross country to move up from 23rd after the jump to finish 11th in the FIS Nordic Combined World Cup season finale at Holmenkollen in Oslo. Jason Lamy Chappuis of France won a close title in the unique format featuring two jumps and a 15k cross country leg.
Taylor Fletcher (Steamboat Springs, CO) set the pace in cross country moving up from 23rd to 11th in the season finale nordic combined World Cup at Holmenkollen in Oslo.
Bryan Fletcher (Steamboat Springs, CO), who won the King's Cup finale last year at Holmenkollen, was 20th.
Just as he did Friday, Taylor Fletcher posted the fastest cross country time after jumping 115.0 and 110.0 meters.
Bryan Fletcher was 21st after the jump with rides of 106.5 and 118.5.
The event was unique with two jumps and a 15k cross country segment. as the season finale.
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