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Latest Tessa Virtue Items
Like bruises from falls and cuts from blades, split loyalties come with the icy territory in figure skating.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada, the 2010 champions, took silver. Russia's Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov captured bronze.
Scott Moir sure knows how to celebrate medals, whether they are gold or silver.
Charlie White threw his arms in the air in celebration to try to describe how he'd felt Sunday morning.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir aren't done yet.
It's the final chapter of Canada's most successful ice dance story.
South Korea's Queen Yuna and America's "Marlie" should be the big headliners at the Winter Olympics. Otherwise, there's likely not much on the Russian ice for their countries.
South Korea's Queen Yuna and America's Marlie should be the big headliners at the Winter Olympics. Otherwise, there's not likely to be much to look at on the Russian ice for their countries.
Three-time world champion Patrick Chan headlines a 17-member Canadian figure skating team for next month's Sochi Olympics.