"If we're in, we're in." var mods = _CBC_LOADER.modules; if (!Hey everyone I'm looking for a story I read awhile back and can't seem to find anymore.They are the youngest pair ever to win an Olympic title.Skating together for 20 years, they are currently the longest lasting dance team in Canadian history."You look good daddy." She joked, watching as a smile lit up his face (almost erasing all the traces of weariness on his face.) "Kaitlyn is that you?
"I think the biggest motivation is just that we still love the sport." said Moir.But the pair never officially retired, and have been contemplating a return publicly for nearly a year."It's certainly on our minds and it's definitely in our sights," Virtue told the London Free Press in May.Virtue and Moir are the world record score holders for the original dance.The pair will return for the 2016-17 season, giving them one full season of competition before the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.These days, they don't deny the challenge of their unique relationship and how it affects other potential partners.“It is just different,” Moir said in an interview with the National Post in 2012.Scott Patrick Moir (born September 2, 1987) is a Canadian ice dancer.The two have not competed since winning silver in ice dance at the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.At the time, Virtue and Moir said "the opportunity to work outside the confines of the competitive rules is really refreshing and should add a new dimension to [their] skating." They skated regularly in performance shows, including Stars on Ice and Medallists on Ice.In 2009, they became the first ice dance team to receive a 10.0 for a program component score under the new ISU Judging System.In addition, they became the first ice dancers from North America to win an Olympic gold medal, ending the 34 year streak of the Europeans.