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Brian Boitano, 1984 and 1988
In the "Battle of the Brians" at the 1988 Calgary Games it was the American who beat out Canadian Brian Orser for the gold medal.
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Elvis Stojko, 1992, 1994, 1998 and 2002
The Canadian who helped pioneer the quadruple jump in men's skating won the silver medal at both the 1994 and 1998 Olympics. He also competed at the Games in 1992 and 2002, placing seventh and eighth, respectively.
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Kristi Yamaguchi, 1992
Yamaguchi began her career as a pairs skater with Rudy Galindo where the two were quite successful, winning two national pairs titles. But Kristi chose to focus on just singles for the Olympics, winning World and U.S. Championships titles leading up to her gold medal in Albertville, France.
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Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, 2002
The Canadian pairs team was part of the judging scandal that rocked the 2002 Salt Lake Games, where they were given a controversial silver medal. An uproar followed with the International Skating Union later awarding them a gold medal (along with Russians Yelena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze) when it was revealed that the French judge had been under pressure to vote for the Russian pair.
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Brian Orser, 1984 and 1988
In front of a home crowd at the 1988 Calgary Games, Orser led after the short program but couldn't keep American Boitano at bay, taking second in the free skate to earn an Olympic silver medal. He was second to Scott Hamilton in 1984, as well.
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