Paul Wylie

Silver Medalist in Men's Figure Skating, 1992 Olympics

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American figure skater who won a silver medal at the 1992 Olympics (watch a video of his Silver Medal performance)

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Last night marked the end of an era, when Chinese teams  won both Gold and Silver  in Pairs Figure Skating at the Winter Olympics.

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Last night marked the end of an era, when Chinese teams won both Gold and Silver in Pairs Figure Skating at the Winter Olympics.

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