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Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir

Three-Time Olympic Gold Medallists, Figure Skating

Tessa and Scott are the most successful Canadian ice dance team in history having won Three Olympic Gold medals along with two silvers. They were the first North Americans to win the Olympic Gold Medal for ice dance at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. They were also the youngest, and the first team to win a gold medal at their first Olympic Games. In addition to their five Olympic medals, they have won four World Championships (three senior and one junior), three Four Continents Championships, eight Canadian Championships (seven senior and one junior), and six Skate Canada International titles.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Gold Medal Teamwork
Scott and Tessa share their insights on life, hard work, shared dreams, and what it takes to keep a partnership going for over 15 years. Skating together since 1997 the pair have consistently placed amongst the top of the pack at International ice dancing competitions.

Olympic Experience
Scott and Tessa share stories from their successes over the course of three Olympic games (Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 & Pyeongchang 2018).

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In Conversation
Scott and Tessa are great options for fireside chats or additions to panels discussing themes such as teamwork, peak performance, health and wellness, motivation and more.

Summary Profile

Ice dance has had its share of iconic moments.

Perhaps none more so than the Bolero free dance of British pair of Torvill and Dean that earned perfect scores at the 1984 Olympic Games.

But for many Canadians, that moment was replaced by the home-crowd performance delivered by Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir in Vancouver 2010 to become the youngest Ice Dance champions in Olympic history.

The golden duo, however, was not content.

The partnership that started when she was seven and he was nine would continue through to Sochi 2014, in search of their own Bolero – an artistic and athletic performance that would define the pair’s legacy.

They danced beautifully and despite a season-best, settled for silver.

Four years later they were named Team Canada’s flag bearers Pyeongchang. Here they made a triumphant return to the Olympic stage winning gold as part of Canada’s team in the Olympic team event and following this up with another gold in the Ice Dance competition.