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Shib Sibs Win Bronze, French Pair Win Silver In 'Incredible' Ice Dance Final

"This was an incredible ice-dance event," Maia Shibutani said, of a competition marked by high scores and high drama — and an electric program by Canadian legends Tess Virtue and Scott Moir.
"It feels like gold. It's unbelievable," Alex Shibutani said, after he and his sister Maia won bronze in the ice dance free dance at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Gangneung Ice Arena. Source: Jamie Squire

Maia and Alex Shibutani rose to win a bronze medal in ice dance at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Tuesday, turning in an artful routine named "Paradise."

Canadian legends Tess Virtue and Scott Moir won gold, followed by France's Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron with silver, in a competition marked by both high scores and high drama.

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