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Now available in a stunning new paperback edition, world champion ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir share the incredible and inspiring story that led to their history-making gold-medal performance at the 2010 Winter Games. From the pair's first meeting in 1995 to their rapid rise on the international circuit, to their spellbinding performance at Vancouver's Pacific Coliseum on February, 22, 2010, which established them as icons of the sport, this lavishly illustrated book is as much a spectacular visual history as it is a behind-the-scenes look at the ascent of two of the world's premier athletes.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the 2010 Olympic gold medal in ice dancing. They are also the 2010 World champions, the 2008 Four Continents champions, the 2006 World Junior champions, and the 2008–10 Canadian National champions. They received the first perfect score for ice dancing under the International Skating Union (ISU) Judging System, and are the current world record score holders for the original dance. As of September 2010, they are ranked fourth in the world by the ISU. Steve Milton is a sportswriter who has covered six Winter Olympics and more than a dozen World Figure Skating Championships. He is the author of nine figure skating books, including Figure Skating's Greatest Stars and Figure Skating Now.