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Tessa Virtue is a Canadian ice dancer who won the 2010 Olympic Champion, the 2014 Olympic silver medalist, three-time World Champion and seven times the Canadian national Championship.

Besides that, she also won the Grand Prix Final champion and World Junior Champion.

Tessa and Moir along with the co-writer Steve Milton published a book about their career titled “Tessa and Scott: Our Journe from Childhood Dream to Gold.”They have also toured with “Stars on Ice” in Canada and Japan where they performed in ice shows including Festa on Ice, Shall We Dance On Ice and All That Skate.

The popular ice dancer was in a relationship with David Pelletier but the relationship didn’t last long.

As Tessa Virtue is the dominating athlete from Canada in Figure skating, she has won the gold medal for the Canada in 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.

She has also won other numerous golds and silver medals.

Pelletier, then married to a figure-skating coach, would end up leaving that relationship for Sale.But their own love story has ended on a discordant note.The Canadian duo, who skated to the theme track from the movie and won gold at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, announced Thursday that they are getting a divorce after four and a half years of marriage that saw the birth of a son, Jesse.“We’ve had an incredible partnership for the past 12 years and we look forward to that mutual respect and commitment continuing both on the ice and as we parent our son, Jesse” said Sale in a statement.“While this is always a difficult decision, we still share two of the most important parts of our lives in common, and for that reason we wanted it to be amicable and by mutual agreement.”The couple had been living apart for 18 months in Edmonton, Alta., where they will continue to reside and share custody of their son, who turns 3 in September.In the year 2004-2005, they won the ISU Junior Grand Prix and also an event in China and the silver medal at the event in France which also qualified them for the Junior Grand Prix Final.

The pair remained at the junior level internationally in the 2005-06 season.

David Pelletier and Jamie Salé, Canadian figure skaters, first paired up on the ice in 1998.