|Full name||Brian James Pockar|
October 27, 1959|
|Died||April 28, 1992
|Skating club||Calgary WC|
Brian James Pockar (October 27, 1959 - April 28, 1992) was a Canadian figure skater. He was the three-time Canadian national champion (1978–1980), 1980 Olympian, and the 1982 World bronze medalist. He was born and died in Calgary.
|Winter Olympic Games||12th|
|Canadian Championships||3rd J.||2nd||1st||1st||1st||2nd||2nd|
|Skate Canada International||11th||5th||3rd||2nd|
|Coupe des Alpes||2nd|
- J = Junior level
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