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The Canadian Ice Dancing couple capped his return with his third Olympic gold

The Canadian Ice Dancing couple capped his return with his third Olympic gold

a Eminence Tessa, Scott Muir The Canadian duo won the ice dancer competition at the Pyongyang Winter Olympics.

At the 2010 Vancouver Games, the four-year-old silver medalist in Sochi earned the highest score ever in the short program (83.67) and held a 79 century of her nearly two-point advantage after freestyle. Gabriela Papadakis And the Ceseron clouds In front of the duo,

Who can now really get upset because Papadakis dress is ripped and they get less points for it.

The French duo had put themselves in freestyle, their 123.35 points were the best ever, but they still couldn’t win.

Virtue, Muir’s double career, won his third Olympic gold medal, having previously been on top of the podium at the Phyongchang Team Competition.Three-time world champion Canadians withdrew from the race after Sochi, but have only been knocked out once since their return in 2016.

In third place is an American brother and sister, Maya And the Alex Shibutani Closed.

Ice dance:

1. Tessa Virtue, Scott Muir (Canada) 206.07
2. Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron (France) 205.28
3. Maya Shibutani, Alex Shibutani (USA) 192.59

Kiemelt fotó: Atsushi Taketazu / Yomiuri / Yomiuri Shimbun

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