Virtue and moir dating
Virtue and moir dating
Last week we were shamelessly objectifying the Canadian Bobsleigh Team in their pants and beards, and this week we’ve got a bit strange at the mere mention of Scott Moir, one half of Canada’s crack ice dancing team (in case you’re interested the other half is his longtime dance partner Tessa Virtue.And no, we don’t think they’re a couple, and yes, Tumblr is creaking under the sheer weight of blogs dedicated to their potential couple-dom and also the bizzare but enjoyable rumour that they're secretly married with a child).
"I think we liked that it made a statement, and it was different," Virtue said of the original lift.
Canadian most famous figure in skating Tessa Virtue was born on 17th May 1989 in London, Ontario, Canada.
She is from Canadian nationality and white ethnicity.
Skating flawlessly, the duo scored 209.82 points, setting a Canadian record.
The Olympic gold and silver medallists brought the crowd to its feet with their sensual skate to music from "Moulin Rouge. “But skating in front of this crowd was something other worldly.
They'll have to chance to debut their modified programs -- their short program is to the Rolling Stones "Sympathy for the Devil," "Hotel California" by the Eagles, and Santana's "Oye Como Va" -- in the team event, and they're eager to get some official feedback on the small changes they've made before their individual event.
"Also taking the ice at an Olympics is filled with pressure, and every different kind of emotion you can possibly imagine, and for us to just have an extra opportunity to practise the minds that we need to get in, physically, mentally, emotionally, set ourselves up for that, and go through those emotions, that can only help us," Virtue said.
We left some points on the table level-wise and that we’ll be looking to improve, but for end of October we’re very pleased.” 20 pics inside of Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir and more…
Scott Moir of Ilderton and London’s Tessa Virtue have captured their eighth national ice dance championship in impressive style.
Canada's three-time world champions have constantly pushed the envelope in the traditionally stuffy sport of ice dancing and had talked about bringing something new to the table in their final season.
The risque -- and athletically impressive -- lift saw Virtue stick a toe pick in the ice to propel herself up backwards so that she landed straddling Moir's shoulders, her hands clasping the back of his head.
Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir go through their routine during a practice session at the Pyeonchang Winter Olympics Wednesday, February 7, 2018 in Gangneung, South Korea.