Brians battle for skating supremacy
February 20, 1988
In the 1988 Winter Olympics at Calgary, the men's figure skating competition was a battle of Brians -- American Brian Boitano against Canadian Brian Orser.
Prior to the 1988 Olympics, the Brians had met 10 times in international competition with Orser winning on seven occasions.
However, this time, the victory and the gold medal went to Boitano, who
skated to Carmine Coppola's "Napoleon," executed eight triples,
including a triple lutz, as well as gravity-defying ...
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