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Orser, Brian, 1961-

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Personal name headingOrser, Brian, 1961-
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Other standard no.Q538342
Associated countryCanada
LocatedPenetanguishene (Ont.)
Toronto (Ont.)
Birth date1961-12-18
Place of birthBelleville (Ont.)
Field of activityFigure skating
Figure skating--Coaching
AffiliationOlympic Winter Games (14th : 1984 : Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Olympic Winter Games (15th : 1988 : Calgary, Alta.)
Toronto Cricket, Skating, and Curling Club
Profession or occupationFigure skaters
Olympic athletes
Figure skating coaches
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Found innuc90-38010: His Orser, a skater's life, 1988 (hdg. on CaOTU rept.: Orser, Brian, 1961- ; usage: Brian Orser)
Wikipedia, November 6, 2014 (Brian Orser; Brian Ernest Orser, OC (born 18 December 1961) is a retired Canadian competitive and professional figure skater. He is the 1984 and 1988 Olympic silver medalist, 1987 World champion and the 1981-1988 Canadian national champion. After retiring from performing, Orser became a coach, leading two skaters, Kim Yuna and Yuzuru Hanyu, to the Olympic gold medal. He is the skating director at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club; born in Belleville, Ontario; grew up in Penetanguishene; residence: Toronto)
Associated languageeng