The strong favourites, Norway, finished second on 1,743 points. This result was also an improvement on the previous record, which Norway held. Switzerland grabbed third place, also achieving a high aggregate score, 1,738.
The victorious Austrian team comprised Michal Podolak, 588 points, Thomas Farnik 584, Florian Kammerlander 578 and Stefan Raser 572. Each team has four members, but only the three best scores are counted in the final team result.
The Swedish team came 12th in a starting field of 29.