They came from Nottingham England. Their names were Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean and when they took to the ice for their final performance in the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo the world was expecting something sensational.
And there it is there it is you know really a beautiful performance. It was perhaps not difficult perhaps not dangerous perhaps nothing you could criticise it but it was a beautiful emotional experience and that’s all that counts with this this dance wonderful. This is the first and only standing ovation we’ve had.
And still to come the marks for artistic impression and they will be in the same range.
Oh all the way across. That is a first. We are so lucky to be here to see this this is wonderful. Oh.
All 6s across the board for Torvill and Dean.