The stage was set for a fairytale ending in what was expected to be the final Olympic performance for Canada’s Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.
France’s Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron put up a world record score, moments before the Canadian duo were set to hit the ice. Virtue and Moir proceeded to post a world record score of their own to win ice dance gold.
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The perfect ending to their story, the two recently took to the podium to receive their much deserved medals and proudly sing Canada’s (revised) anthem.
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Their final performance ended with a bang, as Virtue and Moir take home their fifth olympic medals. All that’s left is for the two to proclaim their undying love for each other – or at least that’s what Canada hopes to see.