Brian Boitano’s Accomplishments

COMPETITIVE HISTORY

1972 1st Place, Pixie Derby Boys, Central California Interstate Association (CCIA)
1972 Preliminary Test
1972 1st Place, Preliminary Boys, Seattle, Washington
1972 2nd Place, Preliminary Boys, Ontario, California
1973 1st Place, Preliminary Boys, CCIA
1973 1st Test
1973 1st Place, First Test Boys, Squaw Valley, California
1973 2nd Place, First Test Boys, Seattle, Washington
1973 2nd Place, First Test Boys, Central Pacific
1974 1st Place, First Test Boys, Golden West
1974 2nd Test
1974 1st Place, Juvenile Boys Central Pacific Regional Championship
1974 1st Place, Juvenile Boys Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1975 3rd Test
1975 1st Place, Intermediate Men Central Pacific Regional Championships
1975 1st Place, Intermediate Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1976 4th Test
1976 5th Test
1976 1st Place, Novice Men Junior Olympics
1976 1st Place, Novice Men Central Pacific Regional Championships
1976 1st Place, Novice Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1977 3rd Place, Novice Men National Championships; 1st Place, Freestyle
1977 6th Test
1977 7th Test
1977 1st Place, Junior Men Sun Valley Championships
1977 1st Place, Junior Men Central Pacific Regional Championships
1977 1st Place, Junior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1978 1st Place, Junior Men National Championships
1978 3rd Place, Junior Men World Championships
1978 8th Test
1978 1st Place, Senior Men Vienna International Championships
1978 8th Place, U.S. Sports Festival
1979 3rd Place, Senior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1979 8th Place, Senior Men National Championships
1979 3rd Place, Grand Prix St. Gervais International
1979 3rd Place, Nebelhorn Trophy
1979 5th Place, U.S. Sports Festival

1980 5th Place, Skate Canada; Brian Boitano lands the first ‘Tano triple Lutz in competition

1980 2nd Place, Senior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1980 5th Place, Senior Men National Championships
1980 Alternate for U.S. Olympic team
1981 1st Place, Senior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1981 4th Place, Senior Men National Championships
1981 3rd Place, U.S. Sports Festival
1981 3rd Place, Skate America
1982 1st Place, Senior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships

1982 4th Place, Senior Men National Championships; Brian Boitano becomes the first American to land a triple Axel in national competition

1982 1st Place, U.S. Sports Festival
1982 1st Place, Ennia Cup
1982 1st Place, Skate Canada
1983 1st Place, Senior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1983 2nd Place, Senior Men National Championships

1983 7th Place, World Championships: Brian Boitano becomes the first skater to land all 6 triple jumps in a World competition

1983 1st Place, Skate America
1984 1st Place, Senior Men Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
1984 2nd Place, Senior Men National Championships
1984 5th Place, Olympic Winter Games
1984 6th Place, World Championships
1984 1st Place, St. Ivel International
1984 3rd Place, NHK Trophy