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Brian Anthony Boitano (created October 22, 1963) is an American figure skater from Sunnyvale, California. He’s the 1988 Olympic champ, the 1986 and 1988 World Champion, as well as the 1985–1988 U.S. National Champ. He returned to contest in 1993 and competed in the 1994 Winter Olympics, where he placed sixth. At the initial World Championships of the post-Hamilton age in 1985, Alexander Fadeev won, with Brian Orser ending 2nd and Boitano 3rd. At the 1986 World Championships, Boitano took the title, while Fadeev had a catastrophic free skate despite having been in a great position to win; Orser completed 2nd once again. During the 1986–87 season, Boitano had introduced two new components to his systems: the ‘Tano triple lutz as well as a quadruple toe loop, although he never succeeded in getting a clean quadruple jump in competition. The 1987 World Championships were held in Cincinnati, giving protecting World champion Boitano a home-field advantage. The results of the event would establish the tone for the 1988 Olympics. At Worlds, Boitano fell on his quadruple toe loop effort and set second. Boitano had always been great in the technical necessities (“The primary symbol”), however he was poor on the arty (“the second mark”). He was a self described “bound robot.” As a way to aid his development as an artist, he hired choreographer Sandra Bezic to choreograph his systems for the 1987–1988 Olympic season.

Brian Boitano Net Worth $18 Million Dollars

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