Ice-skating is a sport that never ceases to amaze us with its grace and magic. Watching highly skilled ice-skaters glide effortlessly across the ice is nothing short of mesmerizing, leaving us in awe of their body flexibility and movement coordination.
It takes rigorous training and hard work to reach the top of the sport, as World-famous ice-skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean can attest to. After retiring from competition, the duo now judges competitions, but they still perform once in a while to showcase their skills.
During the “Dancing On Ice” championships on ITV in March 2019, Torvill and Dean gave a stunning performance of “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” Despite their age catching up to them, the prodigious skaters were able to outperform even the best skaters of today.
Their performance left viewers amazed, and netizens took to Twitter and other social media channels to share their views. Torvill and Dean had already wowed fans back in 1984 during the Winter Olympics after their world-record performance, and they continue to inspire and captivate audiences today.