athletes The Greatest Ice Dancers of All Time  

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List of the greatest ice dancers of all time. The all-time best ice dancers include some of the most iconic ice dancers from years ago as well as some of the youngest most exciting ice dancers still on the scene today. This list answers the question, “Who is the greatest ice dancer of all time?” Ice dancing is an aspect of figure skating that uses elements of ballroom dancing.  It became a Winter Olympic sport in 1976.  Dancers compete as couples to execute complicated dance moves. These dancers are from all over, Asia, Europe, and America. Many of these greatest ice dancers of all time are very young competitors who have worked at ice dancing for much of their lives. These greatest ice dancers have the ability to execute flawless moves on the ice even under the greatest amounts of pressure and duress. They take full advantage of the grand stage they’re on whether it be national competitions or the world stage of the Olympics and have gone on to win gold, silver, and or bronze medals. To become one of the greatest ice dancers of all time takes great commitment, a strong work ethic, athletic skill, and composure.

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Scott Moir


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In 2010 Scott Moir became Canada's and North America's first-ever Olympic Ice Dance Champions.

Birthplace: London, Canada

Nationality: Canada

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Tessa Virtue


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In 2010, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir became Canada's and North America's first-ever Olympic Ice Dance Champions.

Birthplace: London, Canada

Nationality: Canada

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Shae-Lynn Bourne


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Canadian ice dancer, Shae-Lynn Bourne was the first North American to win a World Championship in ice dancing

Birthplace: Chatham-Kent, Canada

Nationality: Canada


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Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon won the Canadian national ice dancing title in 2000, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007.

Birthplace: Montreal, Canada

Nationality: Canada

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