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World Figure Skating Championships


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from Budapest
Men's Free Programme
Two years ago in Geneva,
BRIAN BOITANO won the world title only to be beaten into second place in Cincinnati a year later when, at last, it was 'Mr Runner-Up's' turn at the top for Canada's
BRIAN ORSER. Last month in Calgary, the top two placings were again reversed, but don't rule out a three-horse race with former champion ALEXANDER FADEEV of the Soviet Union. Look out, too, for the first successful quadruple jump in international competition.
ALAN WEEKS is rinkside, while BARRY DAVIES has been following the Ladies' Short
TV presentation MTV. Hungary Producer ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer JIM RESIDE


Unknown: Brian Boitano
Unknown: Brian Orser.
Unknown: Alexander Fadeev
Unknown: Barry Davies
Producer: Alastair Scott

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World Figure Skating Championships

BBC One London, 25 March 1988 21.45

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