Who is jayne torvill dating
“Now they are in talks to become judges, where they will finally get to have a proper say on what they think about the celebrities taking part.
“In the original format they were there to help them along the way, but this will mean they can use their gold medal winning expertise to decide who continues in the competition.
We knew each other from going on long bus journeys around the country to compete with other clubs but we didn't start skating together until four years later.
When we started skating together, I was a police cadet, going on to become a policeman, and Jayne was an insurance clerk so we had to juggle jobs with skating. Come '81 our game plan was to aim towards '84 as our big year, but that year we ended up winning the World Championships.
Torvill and Dean's Olympic gold was followed up with a record-breaking maximum points in the world figure-skating championship shortly after.
Christopher Dean is an ice skater who won gold at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo with his partner, Jayne Torvill. He lives in America and appears on ITV's Dancing On Ice with Torvill. It was 1968 and we went to the same skating rink in Nottingham.
Throughout the Olympics they have picked up three sixes for the first time in the tournament's history and another four for their Original Set Pattern Dance which, with their gold finish, gives them a career total of 107 perfect marks, more than any previous skaters.
Torvill and Dean now have only their world championship to defend before starting a lucrative professional career.
Fans of the show are already excited about its possible return to tele.
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Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have been crowned the Olympic ice skating champions after scooping gold in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia.
Torvill smiled as the gold medal was hung around her neck and Dean had to fight back tears as he stood on the Olympic podium to receive his award. Princess Anne, who has been in the front row for all their Olympic performances, congratulated the pair on their victory.
The Queen also sent a telegramme commending the British couple on their outstanding achievement.
One wrote: "AHHHH SO EXCITED #Dancing On Ice IS RETURNING!!