We’re in a great place in training, right on track where we want to be this season.
We’re thrilled with our material and we’re so excited to focus on our job and to skate the way we know we can. S: Well, it’s just different being a full-time athlete.
Their on-ice relationship, unlike many marriages, has never wavered. Take a look at online videos of the duo as under-10 competitors and, except for their cute mini-me dimensions, they don’t appear much different than today, Virtue all coltish-legged and Moir with his arm-around. There's always gossip amongst the skating world about who is dating whom - and on a previous episode of Tessa & Scott, we saw Tessa agree to a date with another skater, not Scott. Throughout the coaching this season we've seem them up the ante on sexual energy.There's no official answer on whether Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have ever hooked up off the ice, but Scott does have an official GF that he has been dating for a while.They’re already racking up point totals they were aiming for farther down the path.Last month, they won the best-of-the-best Grand Prix final for the first time in the their 19-year careers.2010 Olympic Champions and 2014 Olympic silver medalists Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir (CAN) returned in style to competition this season, taking gold in their two Grand Prix events Skate Canada International and NHK Trophy.Q: Now that you really came back, competing at Autumn Classic and in the Grand Prix, is it how you imagined it to be or is it somehow different? In a lot of ways we’re walking back into the same world, see a lot of the same faces, and the same buildings and volunteers and so it feels very familiar, but our approach is so different and our team is new that there are a lot of elements that bring a fresh energy as well.Ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir work through a practice session on Thursday ahead of the Canadian figure skating championships at TD Place in Ottawa. (Errol Mc Gihon/Postmedia news) They’re the best in the world again.It took five years — and a two-season hiatus — to get back. Can they keep this ice dance dominance up through to the 2018 Olympics?Their career resumption could hardly have gone more smoothly in 2016: first at Skate Canada, first at the NHK Trophy, first at last month’s Grand Prix final.Now they are looking to reclaim their national title at the Canadian championships in Ottawa later this week, which would be No. They’ve done it all, won it all, including two world titles, and still continue to set global records, as they did in the NHK short dance.