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(Well, pretty much everything, but we'll get back to that later.) Why the roll the dice? I remember being in Torino in 2006 and having no desire to be out there." Pelletier's experience has only deepened his respect for his fellow Canadians.
David Pelletier, the 2002 Olympic pairs champion with partner Jamie Sale, says he wouldn't have done it. "I feel everyone has their own reason or motivation to come back, and if you do it for the right reason it makes you that much better.
Both Virtue and Moir can sum up to their return to skating in a single word.
For Scott, it's "fun." For Tessa, it's "fulfilling." Their results bear that out. Virtue and Moir's comeback season started in earnest last fall at the Skate Canada International event in Mississauga, Ont., where ice dance commentator and Olympic bronze medallist Tracy Wilson was immediately impressed.
Dubreuil and Lauzon have the current world champions — young French duo Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron — in their stable. “It’s not about coming back to do what we didn’t do.
It’s going in a new direction and a new beginning.” Papadikas and Cizeron’s best total score is 184.28 points.
Current Canadian champions Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, bronze medalists at the 2015 worlds in Shanghai, have a personal record of 182.93.
Next year is a little bit of a big year and that puts pressure on us to really make sure we focus on what’s important.” Of course this first-half world-beating is a tad shocking.
I have extremely high admiration for [Virtue and Moir]," he says." American ice dancer Charlie White, who along with Meryl Davis defeated Virtue and Moir to win Olympic gold in 2014, says his former rivals' comeback has been great for the sport.