Monday, February 22, 2010

Ice Dance GOLD!

GOLD #5!!!!!! A beautiful, elegant, exquisite, magical Free Dance skate by Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir - after two other flawless skates in the Compulsory and Original Dance - has won them Canada's fifth gold medal! Not only have they won a gold medal, but they're the first North American team ever to do so in the Olympics. What an achievement!

This pair is so very talented; they make ice dancing look easy. Watching them this week has been a pleasure for both of us.

Go Canada!!!!


PussDaddy said...

I was given this Sunshine Blog award, and I have to pass it on to 12 people.

I chose you because I like reading your blog and enjoy you as a person. A lot of people don't like to mess with it, and I can understand that so don't feel obligated. I did put a lot of thought into who I passed it on to though if that means anything. I hope you accept it. Have a wonderful day,


Kimberly said...

They were also the youngest to ever win a gold medal in ice dance. They are 20 and 22 and ice dancers usually peak in their late 20's or early 30's!