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Topic - Meryl Davis
After years of hard work and outstanding performances culminated in an Olympic gold medal, Meryl Davis and Charlie White would seem to deserve some down time.
Olympic gold medalist ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White were honored in Lansing on Tuesday while visiting the home state Capitol they once toured as school kids.
ABC says it will air figure-skating specials with Sochi Olympic gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White among the performers.
Olympic gold medalist ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White will not compete at the world championships later this month.
With the pressure off and no medals at stake, it was time for the Olympic figure skaters to have some fun.
Like bruises from falls and cuts from blades, split loyalties come with the icy territory in figure skating.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White of US win Olympic gold in ice dance.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada, the 2010 champions, took silver. Russia's Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov captured bronze.
Through 17 years of grueling practices, of defeats and victories, Meryl Davis and Charlie White insist they've never considered parting ways.
Charlie White threw his arms in the air in celebration to try to describe how he'd felt Sunday morning.
There's nothing world champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White don't know about defending Olympic gold medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. And vice versa.
The Americans "smoked" the Canadians in Round 1.
Hoping to climb out of a huge hole, the United States has turned to its world champions in the team competition at the Sochi Olympics.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir aren't done yet.
One gold medal, one silver.
"Something very special is that every team has an individual style and take on what ice dance should be," Davis said. "We are curious to see where the next wave of top ice dancers takes that combination. It's exciting to not know what is coming up in the sport."
"The way people have responded certainly has told us how much it meant to them to watch our journey and be a part of it," Davis said.