Team USA Gets Bronze In Ice Dancing - All Thanks To Shibutani Siblings

Team USA Gets Bronze In Ice Dancing - All Thanks To Shibutani Siblings

But I can say that the last two years we've been in a very committed relationship with our sport.

The duo said that they'll be skating to the Tragically Hip's "Long Time Running" at Sunday's gala skate, where Olympic figure skaters perform an unjudged routine for their fans.

The Canadians are going home with two gold medals from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, including the one they won from last week's team skate event, bringing their total career Olympic medals to five, the most by any figure skating pair, including a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics in their home country. "Would you guys just give us a little 411 on that situation?" "We just can't wait to be fans".

"Hopefully, we can catch even one kid who is waking up before school tomorrow so he can see us with the medal and get inspired".

Krushelnitsky, who had passed rigorous vetting to compete, said: "I, more than anyone else, am interested in an investigation as soon as possible to find out the reasons for what has happened. We're pretty happy with how things turned out, that's for sure".

Also Tuesday, the United States men's hockey team advanced to the quarterfinals with a 5-1 win over Slovakia, and Canadian skier Cassie Sharpe won gold in the women's freestyle halfpipe.

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They entered the final portion of the competition up by nearly two points on the French pair of Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron.

Papadakis and Cizeron struggled in their short programme on Monday after the top of Papadakis's costume came loose, and were 1.74 points behind the Canadians entering Tuesday's free dance. Virtue and Moir are extremely close, and the two have been with each other through 20 years of practice, training, travel and competition. But they've stayed mum about how that chemistry translates off the ice.

"We're grateful for the legends that came before us, they really paved the way". "We stepped away and were like, 'Wow, that was everything we thought it would be", added the athlete. "We knew we wanted to skate to that music".

"To do that in our first Olympics is really something that we're proud of". They finished on 192.59.

Told in the mixed zone that some rink experts were suggesting they were the greatest skaters of all time, Virtue said with a laugh: "Where are these people?".

"It was fantastic to finally have that Olympic moment because four years ago in Sochi we left with a lot of experience, but still yearning to have that really special moment on Olympic ice that we've grown up watching".

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