|Full name||Tai Reina Babilonia|
|Country represented||United States|
September 22, 1959 |
Los Angeles, California
|Former partner||Randy Gardner|
|Former coach||John Nicks|
|Skating club||Los Angeles FSC|
Tai Reina Babilonia (born September 22, 1959 in Los Angeles, California) is an American former pair skater. With partner Randy Gardner, she is the 1979 World champion and a five-time (1976–1980) U.S. national champion. The pair qualified for the 1976 and 1980 Winter Olympics.
Babilonia / Gardner began skating together when Babilonia was eight years old and Gardner was ten. Their coach from 1972 until 1980 was John Nicks. The pair became five-time U.S. national champions and won the gold medal at the 1979 World Championships. They were medal favorites at the 1980 Winter Olympics but were forced to withdraw due to an injury to Gardner.
In 1990, a biographical film of her rise to fame was aired on television, "On Thin Ice: The Tai Babilonia Story". 
Tai Babilonia was inspired at the age of six to begin ice skating after watching Peggy Fleming on television. Tai Babilonia has a son named Scout with her former husband Cary Butler.
|Winter Olympic Games||5th||WD|
|Coupe des Alpes||3rd|
|WD = Withdrew|
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