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2016 U.S. Nationals - Maia Shibutani / Alex Shibutani free dance- "fix you" by Coldplay

2016 U.S. Nationals - Maia Shibutani / Alex Shibutani free dance- "fix you" by Coldplay

The quintessential ice dance by the legendary Torvill & Dean dancing to Bolero in the 1984 Olympics (Sarajevo). The only couple to score 6.0 from all judges, they won the gold medal. This still gives me goosebumps every time I watch it. And the location in Sarajevo is poignant - the crowning moment for a city about to be plunged into destruction.

The quintessential ice dance by the legendary Torvill & Dean dancing to Bolero in the 1984 Olympics (Sarajevo). The only couple to score 6.0 from all judges, they won the gold medal. This still gives me goosebumps every time I watch it. And the location in Sarajevo is poignant - the crowning moment for a city about to be plunged into destruction.

Brian Boitano - Music of the Night. The best routine he ever performed in my opinion.

Brian Boitano - Music of the Night. The best routine he ever performed in my opinion.

Paul Wylie, 1992 Olympics.  20 years ago on February 13th, an amazing thing happened on French ice, when a young man who wouldn't quit skated for his life, making it count at just the right time, giving God the glory the entire way. This is still my favorite Olympic moment.

Paul Wylie, 1992 Olympics. 20 years ago on February 13th, an amazing thing happened on French ice, when a young man who wouldn't quit skated for his life, making it count at just the right time, giving God the glory the entire way. This is still my favorite Olympic moment.

Dorothy Hamill - American gold medalist at 1976 Olympics held in Innsbruck for figure skating.

Dorothy Hamill - American gold medalist at 1976 Olympics held in Innsbruck for figure skating.

Paul Wylie, "JFK", World Pro Artistic Program 1992-1993 Landover - YouTube

Paul Wylie, "JFK", World Pro Artistic Program 1992-1993 Landover - YouTube

Brasseur and Eisler - Patricia the Stripper 1994...the funniest pairs skating I have ever watched

Brasseur and Eisler - Patricia the Stripper 1994...the funniest pairs skating I have ever watched

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