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With their new hardware, Virtue and Moir join the club of the most decorated figure skaters Mon, Name a more iconic Canadian ice dancing duo than Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. That's because these two have been competing together since 1998, when Virtue was just nine years old and Moir was 11.
The two grew up together on the ice, winning nine Canadian championships, four world Mon, Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir - world champions and Olympic gold medallists - set the ice on fire with their routine in the team event over the weekend when they skated to the cover of The Police's "Roxanne" from the Moulin Rouge! The judges approved, of course -Mon, PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - Canada showed that sending out your best is a winning strategy, easily taking the gold medal in the team figure skating event on Monday.
“It’s certainly on our minds and it’s definitely in our sights,” Virtue, the London ice dancer who turns 26 this month, said Tuesday from Montreal. The more we explore different movements and work with other coaches and choreographers, maybe the more fire we have. We talk about (a comeback) a lot and we’re constantly thinking about it.
That’s very motivating, too.” The two-time world champs have remained noncommittal on their future since finishing second at the Sochi Olympics.
In no way does it mean we’re not already well represented in Canada. “That would be the reason to come back.” A relaunch at their former Canton, Mich., training ground with old coach Marina Zoueva is a massive longshot.
(Former national teammates) Andrew (Poje) and Kaitlyn (Weaver) had a storybook season. The Canadians questioned their coach’s commitment leading up the 2014 Olympics.
Proving he’s not just a pretty face (but what a pretty face it is), Moir and Virtue are veritable medal magnets, coming first at the Vancouver Olympics (making them the first North Americans to be crowned Olympics champions) and winning a whole slew of tin at the Turin and Nice World Championships.
It was neat have those quiet moments on the ice together. Now, it’s a blank slate to create new things and evolve as a team.” After 18 years joined at the hip, they stepped out with their own business pursuits, too.