Jim Bray

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Jim Bray (born February 23, 1961, Upland, California) was a competitive artistic roller skater. He went to Chaffey High school and graduated in 1979. He won several national titles in Singles and Pairs. At the age of 18 he gave up his amateur status to star in the roller disco movie Roller Boogie starring Linda Blair. This would be his only film appearance. At the time of his appearance in Roller Boogie, he had amassed 275 trophies. Because of the film, he became a poster boy for teen magazines like 16 Magazine, Teen Beat, Teen Bag, Tiger Beat as well as more mainstream fare like People and Gossip. Later Bray made an appearance in the 1980 TV variety program The Big Show.[1][2][3][4]

Jim Bray's National Competitive Record
1969Juvenile B Boys Singles2n/a
1970Juvenile Pairs4Robin Miller
1971Juvenile Boys Singles8n/a
1971Juvenile Pairs1Robin Miller
1972Elementary Boys Figures8n/a
1972Elementary Boys Singles1n/a
1972Elementary Pairs1Robin Miller
1973Elementary Boys Figures11n/a
1973Elementary Boys Singles1n/a
1973Elementary Pairs2Robin Miller
1974Freshman Boys Figures16n/a
1974Freshman Boys Singles1n/a
1974Freshman Pairs9Melinda McCoy
1974International Freshman Men's Figures12n/a
1975Junior Men's Singles1n/a
1977Senior Men's Singles2n/a
1978Senior Men's Singles3n/a


  1. ^ 16 Magazine (July, 1980)
  2. ^ Roller Skating Magazine (August, 1979)
  3. ^ SKATE Magazine (Winter, 1975)
  4. ^ Roller Skating Magazine (August, 1981)

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