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The best of the Sochi 2014 Olympic short dance

The best of the Sochi 2014 Olympic short dance
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By Meaghan Garvie
Guest Contributor

Views are that of the author, may not reflect those of the Canadian Olympic Committee.

Gotta be honest here, guys…

Tempted to just post a bunch of pictures of Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir’s short dance. Oh, what the heck.

Already in love with these pictures!

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That back extension. That facial expression. Honestly.

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This is what experts call “picture perfect”.

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How is it even possible to see their speed and edge quality without seeing their feet?! And yet, there it is.

Tessa Virtue Scott Moir

Do you have trouble stopping when you skate? Check out this stop, guys.

Tessa Virtue Scott Moir

Oh, you thought it was just an awesome stop? Buddy, we got tricks you ain’t seen yet. Though, well, you have seen this. A bunch of times. ‘Cause this is a Finnstep step. You haven’t seen it done like this though!

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The extension of Tessa’s neck. The depth of Scott’s spread eagle. HONESTLY!

Tessa Virtue Scott Moir

You like kicks, judges? How ’bout this kick? You like this kick?

Tessa Virtue Scott Moir

Oh, you want some performance? How’s this for performance?

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No, can’t say it, too easy, too easy…oh, what the heck.
Look, Ma, no hands!
…sigh…

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This. Is. The. Best.

The Ice Dance competition concludes Tuesday with the free dance. Tune in to see Canada’s other dance teams, Alexandra Paul & Mitchell Islam and Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje, have their Olympic moment. Watch Tessa & Scott skate a captivating long program and then maybe tune out for approximately 5 minutes. Take a walk or something.

All photos via The Canadian Press.

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By Meaghan Garvie
Guest Contributor

Meaghan has loved the Olympics since watching the ski jumping in Calgary atop her father's shoulders in '88. She used to skate a lot. Now, she occasionally tweets at @meaghangarvie.

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