Brian Boitano

Tonichelle

Idita-Rock-n-Roll
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Jun 27, 2003
you just wanted to post a video of Michelle :p :laugh:

This program is one of my favorites of his - http://youtu.be/9QoS4vYZp10

Loved this patriotic program for the 1961 Tribute show in October of 2001, which became a Sept 11 tribute show - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qrn7LYRKbE

And don't forget his skating on an Alaskan "Glacier" (looks to me more like a glacier fed lake) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MleTnhI-lOw

"The Olympics are great for notoriety right off the bat, but your body of work is what people remember you for." - Brian Boitano
 

dorispulaski

Wicked Yankee Girl
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Jul 26, 2003
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United-States
I felt it was time that Brian had his own Fan Fest thread!

Still performing at 50 :love:

And his 1988 programs are some of my fondest skating memories, too.
 

Scrufflet

Final Flight
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Mar 1, 2010
Yay, Brian! Class, eloquence and a darn terrific skater! He will be a superb rep for the U.S. in Sochi!
 

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Feb 27, 2012
On the Disson holiday show today on ABC, Brian will be skating a tribute to his late parents -- using "Silent Night" as his music.

Brian said a few words about it in a little teaser interview on the show a few minutes ago.

ETA:

Update: Brian's skate started about 53 minutes into the first hour of the show. He skated to Josh Groban's rendition (on tape) of Silent Night. Lovely. (I always love Brian's skating :yes:.)

BTW #1: The show open had a cool moment with Brian doing a spread eagle :luv17: around Meryl/Charlie as they did a spin.

BTW #2: Later within the open, lucky Meryl also got to be in the middle of a Brian/Charlie sandwich :), as in this photo, for example. Or maybe the guys are the lucky ones :).
 
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Brian's throwback Instagram of his classroom doodling -- of many different spin positions :luv17:.


I enjoy all the mementos that Brian posts on Instagram, but I love that this one shows how constant visualization came naturally to him.
 
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