Included in that was their first ever win at the ISU Grand Prix Final as they enjoyed a successful comeback after a two-year hiatus from competition.

They had taken a break to perform solely in tours and exhibitions after winning two silver medals at Sochi 2014 in the ice dance event and as part of the inaugural Olympic team event.

They are the youngest pair ever to win an Olympic title.

In the 2001–02 season, Virtue/Moir won the bronze medal at the 2002 Canadian Championships at the novice level.

At the 2004 Canadian Championships, they won the Junior title and qualified to be part of the Canadian team at the 2004 World Junior Championships, where they placed 11th.

The following season, Virtue/Moir moved up to the senior level nationally but remained juniors internationally.

They became the first former World Junior ice dance champions to win the Olympics, and the first ice dance team to win the Olympic gold on home ice.

They are also the first and only ice dancers to win gold on their Olympic debut.

After winning the world junior title in 2006, they won their first senior world championship medal, silver, just two years later.

Their momentum was slowed in the fall of 2008 when Virtue underwent surgery on both shins, causing them to miss the first half of the season, but they returned to win bronze at the 2009 World Championships.

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.

Personal Family: The Moir family has always been heavily involved in figure skating…