"I think there is little chance he will compete," team coach
Herman Weinbuch told reporters. "It's very hard to race here so
he must be strong. You only have a chance when you have all your
Frenzel fell sick on Saturday and has not trained since. A
doctor will take the final decision on Tuesday before the event
which starts at 0930 GMT/0430 ET.
Frenzel, the world number one, won the individual normal hill
event easily last week. If he drops out the large hill gold is
likely to be contested by Japan's Akito Watabe and Norway's
Magnus Krog, who came second and third in the normal hill.
Defending Olympic champion Bill Demong has been struggling with
a persistent cough and says he is an outsider.
(Reporting by David Ljunggren; editing by Robert Woodward)
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