University of Windsor’s Tessa Virtue wins Olympic Gold, coming to Windsor for Stars on Ice

Tuesday February 23rd, 2010

Posted at 12:25am


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Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir during the ice dancing medals ceremony at the 2008 World Championships. (by David W. Carmichael - CC3.0 A-SA)

University of Windsor psychology student Tessa Virtue and her Ice Dancing partner Scott Moir earned a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, Monday night.

Virtue, who currently resides and trains in Ann Arbor and Canton Michigan, respectively, attended Windsor’s Holy Names Highschool.  The twenty-year-old ice dancing champion is a student in the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, majoring in Psychology.

Virtue and Moir will be in Windsor this April 29th for a performance during Stars on Ice at the WFCU Centre.

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