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STAGE TUBE: Meryl Davis and Charlie White Win Gold for Ice Dance

Setting a new personal best, world record score of 116.63 in the free dance, Meryl & Charlie became the first U.S. ice dancers to win gold at the Olympic Games. They received level 4 for all of their elements and 10′s across the board from all judges for composition/choreography and interpretation and timing.

The reigning world champs scored 116.63 points in the free dance to finish with 195.52, 4.53 ahead of Virtue and Moir.

Check out their routine below!

Teaming up in 1997, Meryl Davis and Charlie White have been skating together longer than any other U.S. ice dance team.

Among their proudest accomplishments, they are the 2014 Olympic Gold Medalists, 2010 Olympic Silver Medalists and 2011 & 2013 World Champions. Meryl and Charlie are also six-time (2009-2014) U.S. Champions, and five-time (2009-2013) Grand Prix Final Champions.

STAGE TUBE: Meryl Davis and Charlie White Win Gold for Ice Dance


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