Heikki Vihtori Hasu (born 21 March 1926) is a retired Finnish Nordic skier who competed in the 1948 and 1952 Olympics. He won a gold and a silver medal in the individual Nordic combined event, respectively, and a gold in the 4×10 km cross-country relay in 1952. He placed fourth in the individual 18 km race at both Olympics, losing the bronze medal by seconds, and served as the Finnish flag bearer in 1952. Hasu was a farmer, and after retiring from competitions served two terms in the Parliament of Finland in 1962–66 and 1967–70. A statue in his honor is erected in Anjalankoski.

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  • Heikki Vihtori Hasu (* 21. März 1926 in Sippola) ist ein ehemaliger finnischer Skisportler, der in der Nordischen Kombination und im Skilanglauf erfolgreich war. Später war er als Politiker aktiv. (de)
  • Heikki Hasu, né le 21 mars 1926 à Sippola, était un fondeur et un spécialiste du combiné nordique finlandais. Champion olympique de combiné nordique en 1948, il remporte le titre mondial de la discipline en 1950. Lors des Jeux olympiques de 1952, il gagne son deuxième titre olympique lors du relais en ski de fond et finit deuxième en combiné nordique. Cette même année, il devient le premier Finlandais à recevoir la Médaille Holmenkollen. (fr)
  • Heikki Vihtori Hasu (born 21 March 1926) is a retired Finnish Nordic skier who competed in the 1948 and 1952 Olympics. He won a gold and a silver medal in the individual Nordic combined event, respectively, and a gold in the 4×10 km cross-country relay in 1952. He placed fourth in the individual 18 km race at both Olympics, losing the bronze medal by seconds, and served as the Finnish flag bearer in 1952. Hasu won two medals at the 1950 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, with a gold in the Nordic combined and a silver in the 4×10 km relay. He won the Nordic combined event at the Holmenkollen ski festival in 1953. Hasu became the first Finn to be awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1952 (shared with Stein Eriksen, Torbjørn Falkanger and Nils Karlsson). He is also the last Holmenkollen medalist to win in more than one nordic skiing discipline. Hasu was selected as the Finnish Sportsperson of the Year in 1948 and 1950. Hasu was a farmer, and after retiring from competitions served two terms in the Parliament of Finland in 1962–66 and 1967–70. A statue in his honor is erected in Anjalankoski. (en)
  • ヘイッキ・ハス(Heikki Vihtori Hasu、1926年3月21日 - )はフィンランド、Sippola出身の元ノルディック複合およびクロスカントリースキー選手。1940年代後半から1950年代前半に活躍した。 (ja)
  • Heikki Vihtori Hasu (ur. 21 marca 1926 r. w Sippoli) - fiński narciarz klasyczny specjalizujący się w kombinacji norweskiej i biegach narciarskich, trzykrotny medalista olimpijski oraz dwukrotny medalista mistrzostw świata. (pl)
  • Хейкки Хасу (фин. Heikki Hasu; 21 марта 1926 года, Коувола) — финский лыжник и двоеборец, двукратный олимпийский чемпион, чемпион мира. (ru)
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  • Heikki Vihtori Hasu (* 21. März 1926 in Sippola) ist ein ehemaliger finnischer Skisportler, der in der Nordischen Kombination und im Skilanglauf erfolgreich war. Später war er als Politiker aktiv. (de)
  • Heikki Hasu, né le 21 mars 1926 à Sippola, était un fondeur et un spécialiste du combiné nordique finlandais. Champion olympique de combiné nordique en 1948, il remporte le titre mondial de la discipline en 1950. Lors des Jeux olympiques de 1952, il gagne son deuxième titre olympique lors du relais en ski de fond et finit deuxième en combiné nordique. Cette même année, il devient le premier Finlandais à recevoir la Médaille Holmenkollen. (fr)
  • ヘイッキ・ハス(Heikki Vihtori Hasu、1926年3月21日 - )はフィンランド、Sippola出身の元ノルディック複合およびクロスカントリースキー選手。1940年代後半から1950年代前半に活躍した。 (ja)
  • Heikki Vihtori Hasu (ur. 21 marca 1926 r. w Sippoli) - fiński narciarz klasyczny specjalizujący się w kombinacji norweskiej i biegach narciarskich, trzykrotny medalista olimpijski oraz dwukrotny medalista mistrzostw świata. (pl)
  • Хейкки Хасу (фин. Heikki Hasu; 21 марта 1926 года, Коувола) — финский лыжник и двоеборец, двукратный олимпийский чемпион, чемпион мира. (ru)
  • Heikki Vihtori Hasu (born 21 March 1926) is a retired Finnish Nordic skier who competed in the 1948 and 1952 Olympics. He won a gold and a silver medal in the individual Nordic combined event, respectively, and a gold in the 4×10 km cross-country relay in 1952. He placed fourth in the individual 18 km race at both Olympics, losing the bronze medal by seconds, and served as the Finnish flag bearer in 1952. Hasu was a farmer, and after retiring from competitions served two terms in the Parliament of Finland in 1962–66 and 1967–70. A statue in his honor is erected in Anjalankoski. (en)
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