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World Figure Skating Championships

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from Geneva, featuring
The Men 's Free Programme The most competitive championship this week reaches its climax tonight when the successful landing of a quadruple toe loop or a triple axel could mean the difference between the gold medal and no medal. The man in form is
Czechoslovakia's European Champion JOSEF SABOVCIK , but defending champion ALEXANDER FADEEV from the Soviet Union includes ambitious technical content, while the flair of team-mate VLADIMIR KOTIN won the hearts and the marks of the judges in Copenhagen.
With last year's silver and bronze medallists
BRIAN ORSER and BRIAN BOITANO also on show, a night to remember is in prospect.
ALAN WEEKS is rinkside at the Vernets ice stadium. Television presentation SSR, SWITZERLAND
Producer JIM RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown: Josef Sabovcik
Unknown: Alexander Fadeev
Unknown: Vladimir Kotin
Unknown: Brian Orser
Unknown: Brian Boitano

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World Figure Skating Championships

BBC One London, 20 March 1986 23.10






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