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There will never be another Virtue & Moir
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir are the greatest ice dance team of all-time, writes CBC Sports analyst Pj Kwong. They proved it again at these Olympics. And they reached a level that won't be seen in quite some time — if ever.
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