In the process, they also became widely-loved ambassadors for the sport of figure skating as well as leaders of and proponents for the “North American School of Ice Dancing.” Tessa’s battle through the Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome which essentially destroyed their usual training regimen, and the young couple’s togetherness during the injury, made their 2010 Olympic championship and ensuing world title all the more gratifying and made them national household names.
They later won a second world championship, and two more Olympic silvers before leaving “eligible” skating as one of the world's greatest ice dance teams.
She started her education career at Holy Names High School.
And, later she joined at the University of Windson for the subject Psychology, and currently, she finished it from the University of Western Ontario.
The duo began their Olympic competition with a second place finish in the compulsory dance, but brought the house down with their Flamenco-inspired original dance. In the fall of 2010, Virtue underwent a second surgery to relieve pressure on her calves.
Virtue and Moir had produced one of the most memorable moments of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games when they captured gold in front of the supportive home crowd, becoming the first North American ice dancers to be crowned Olympic champions.
In 2010 she won an Olympics gold medal for her nation Canada in Vancouver Winter Olympics.
The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers for Monday, May 8, tease that Scott (Daniel Hall) and Abby (Melissa Ordway) will have a bit of a tiff.
Scott Moir and partner Tessa Virtue produced one of their best seasons ever in 2016-17, going undefeated en route to their third career world title.
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.