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Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir Olympic Gold Medalists
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It is not only what Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have done but how they’ve done it.

Still both under 30, but now in their 19th year of skating together, Virtue and Moir became the first North Americans to win the Olympic ice dance championship and the first Canadians to win an Olympic skating gold on home ice with their legendary elegance, athleticism and innovation, and their unparalleled unison. In the process, they also became widely-loved ambassadors for the sport of figure skating as well as leaders of and proponents for the “North American School of Ice Dancing.”

Tessa’s battle through the Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome which essentially destroyed their usual training regimen, and the young couple’s togetherness during the injury, made their 2010 Olympic championship and ensuing world title all the more gratifying and made them national household names. They later won a second world championship, and two more Olympic silvers before leaving “eligible” skating as one of the world's greatest ice dance teams.  

But through Stars on Ice, they continue to entertain skating fans and push the physical and creative envelope of their sport.



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Competitive Results

World Championships 1st 2017
Four Continents Championship 1st 2017
Grand Prix Final 1st 2016
NHK Trophy 1st 2016
Skate Canada 1st 2016
Autumn Classic 1st 2016
Winter Olympics 2nd 2014
Winter Olympics Team Event 2nd 2014
Canadian Championships 1st 2014
World Championships 2nd 2013
Four Continents 2nd 2013
Canadian Championships 1st 2013
Grand Prix Final 2nd 2012
Skate Canada International 1st 2012
Cup of Russia Grand Prix 1st 2012
World Championships 1st 2012
Four Continents 1st 2012
Canadian Championships 1st 2012
Trophee Eric Bompard 1st 2011
Skate Canada International 1st 2011
Finlandia Trophy 1st 2011
World Championships 2nd 2011
Olympic Winter Games 1st 2010
World Championships 1st 2010
Canadian Championships 1st 2010
Grand Prix Final 2nd 2009
Skate Canada International 1st 2009
Trophee Eric Bombard 1st 2009
World Championships 3rd 2009
Four Continents Championships 2nd 2009
Canadian Championships 1st 2009
World Championships 2nd 2008
Four Continents Championships 1st 2008
Canadian Championships 1st 2008
Grand Prix Final 4th 2007
Skate Canada International 1st 2007
NHK Trophy 2nd 2007
World Championships 6th 2007
Four Continents Championships 3rd 2007
Canadian Championships 2nd 2007


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