Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir announce ice dancing retirement


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Canadian ice dancers and Olympic gold medallists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have announced their retirement.
If they won gold ending a series of European dominance that had been around since the sport became an Olympic event in 32, the pair became household names.
They also won gold in Pyeongchang 2018.
“After 22 decades, it seems like the perfect time to step away from the game,” Virtue said.
30 virtue, and Moir, 32, started skating in 1997. As well as two titles, they also won silver in the 2014 Olympics and united for three world championships and eight national championships, amassing a legion of fans on the way.
“The next generation of skaters will blaze new paths, break all our documents and we can not wait to cheer them ,” said Moir.
“And we will be watching.”
The pair are celebrities in their home country for almost a decade, since winning their first gold in 2010 during the Vancouver games.
They turned into a viral feeling throughout the 2018 Winter Olympics using a regular choreographed to El Tango De Roxanne Moulin Rouge.
Moir and virtue have large social media followings, and their chemistry on the ice led to rumours that they had been dating .
“It is about a friendship, and our working relationship is indeed strong. We take as much pride in that,” Moir informed Maclean’s Magazine in January 2018.

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