Virtue, Moir take to the ice for training

Ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, who will be front and centre as Canada's flag-bearers at the opening ceremony on Friday, got in some time at the Gangneung Ice Arena for a training session.
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The ice dancers, who won gold in 2010 and came away with silver in 2014, will be looking to reclaim the top spot on the podium in Pyeongchang.
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Virtue, right, from London, Ont., and Moir, from Ilderton, Ont., have had a decorated career, also winning three world championships and eight national titles.
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The pair have competed together for 20 years and this could very well be their last Olympics.
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Virtue, 28, and Moir, 30, were chosen as Canada's flag-bearers for the opening ceremony on Friday.
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Two-time Olympic medallists Tessa Virtue, left, and Scott Moir took to the ice for a training session at the Gangneung Ice Arena.
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CBC Sports' Scott Russell, left, spoke will Virtue, centre, and Moir after their training session.
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Moir, left, and Virtue are seen on their way out of the Gangneung Ice Arena. The ice dance competition will begin on Feb. 18.
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Virtue leads the way onto the ice for the training session.
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