Defending gold medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir earned a silver medal in ice dance after their final Olympic skate.
The pair hoped for a gold medal and were heading into the finals in second place. They earned a new world record score of 114.66 on their free dance, putting them in first with a total score to 190.99. But their chief rivals, U.S. team Meryl Davis and Charlie White, swiftly beat that world record, earning a score of 116.63. They captured gold with a final score to 195.52.
The Russian team of Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov earned the bronze medal place. See our profile on Virtue and Moir from earlier in the Games.
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