Sitting in 10th place after Saturday’s first round of the men’s normal-hill ski-jumping competition at the PyeongChang Olympics, Robert Johansson knew he had to summon a super-human effort to reach the medal podium, which he did. With a final jump of 113 meters and 129.8 points, Johansson was able to scrape his way to the bronze medal behind Germany’s Andreas Wellinger and countryman Johann Andre Forfang.