Tessa Virtue Abbotsford BC Tickets
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic History. And they are setting out on The Thank You Canada Tour. The tour will start shortly after The 2018 Winter Olympics as a token of gratitude towards their home country. They will be joined by other exemplary figure skaters like Patrick Chan, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford.
Virtue and Moir, partners for 22 years, have become legendary skaters. The duo showcases absolute control and faith in each other which allows them to perform gravity defying feats. Their chemistry on the skating rink has won the hearts of many fans. Grab your Tessa Virtue Abbotsford BC tickets to watch the very first performance of The Thank You Canada Tour.
The 2010 Vancouver Olympics
Tessa Virtue was seven when she was paired with Scott Moir who was nine at the time. Since then they have been ice skating in national and international competitions. They performed in The Vancouver Olympics 2010 and won North America’s first ever gold in ice dancing. Tessa Virtue was only twenty then. During the pair’s performance they did a spectacular lift called The Goose which is an image that has been associated with them both ever since.
The Second Gold Medal
In the next Sochi Olympics 2013 the pair only managed to get silver medals and decided to retire after it. For two years they only did tours and exhibitions. But the pair returned to The Winter Olympics 2018 in an attempt to get another gold medal. They achieved this goal by performing a flawless free skate choreographed to the music of Moulin Rouge. In doing so, they became the first figure skaters who received five career Olympic medals and set the world record for the highest combined score of 206.07.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are regarded as the best ice skaters in the world. Many hold the opinion that there will never be another pair like them. Watch the skaters perform back in their home country where they won their first Olympic gold. Buy Tessa Virtue Abbotsford BC tickets at the earliest.