Light on the Olympics: Virtue and Moir's last dance

Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir performed an enthralling rendition of their Moulin Rouge free skate, winning gold in the final chapter of their Olympic skating careers.
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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir wrote the final chapter of their Olympic careers Tuesday in Pyeongchang, captivating an entire country in the process.
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The pair won gold, performing their "Moulin Rouge" free skate in world-record fashion.
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Their signature free skate routine scored them a personal best 122.40, as the Canadian pair edged out the win by a mere combined score of 0.79 points.
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France's Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron had, moments earlier, set a world record overall score before Virtue and Moir beat it. The French pair won silver.
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American siblings Maia and Alex Shibutani earned bronze.
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The win marked Moir and Virtue's second ice dancing Olympic gold medal, joining Russia's Pasha Grishuk and Evgeniy Platov as the only teams to ever accomplish the feat.
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Over their career, Virtue and Moir won three gold medals and two silvers in Olympic figure skating events, making them the most decorated Olympic skaters, ever.
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"I can tell you that these are moments we'll never forget here in Pyeongchang. We felt the support from back home and from our teammates and it's just such an honour and a privilege to be part of a Canadian Olympic team," Moir told CBC's Paul Martini.
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On a Tuesday night in South Korea, half a world away, Canada's greatest figure skating team shared the Olympic ice for potentially their last time, and melted the hearts of fans everywhere.
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