Torvill and Dean

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Torvill and Dean

(ˈtɔːvɪl)
n
(Biography) two British ice dancers, Jayne Torvill, born 1957, and Christopher Dean, born 1958. They won the world championships in 1981–84, the European championships in 1981–82, 1984, and 1994, and the gold medal in the 1984 Olympic Games
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Torville and Dean pulled the plug on the show by announcing the 2014 series will be the last.
Christopher Dean, one of the legendary British Olympic pair of Torville and Dean, said that the 38-year-old had been a revelation on the ice because of his enthusiasm.
Olympic skating superstars Torville and Dean will once again drag 12 celebrity contestants up onto the ice in an attempt to teach them to shuffle their feet to a tune, with those shuffles turning into steps, and those steps turning into leaps.
50pm) with Torville and Dean forced into rehashing the Bolro (again) while Jorgie Porter, Matthew Wolfenden and Chico battle for the crown.
Each pair performed the Bolero, which saw the show's mentors Torville and Dean crowned Olympic champions in 1984.
We have precious few opportunities to bond as a nation - who can forget the excitement of Torville and Dean or a Charles and Di Royal wedding - so why not fly the flag?
The quartet, who are all members of the International School of Skating in Coventry, joined in the opening performance of the Dancing on Ice Christmas special with Torville and Dean.
Reassuringly perhaps it was Bobby Moore, followed by Steve Redgrave, Ian Botham (well, it was a cricket sponsor asking the question), Torville and Dean, Jackie Stewart, Kelly Holmes, then Becks, Sebastian Coe, Jonny Wilkinson and Monty Panesar.
Bolero-ver the moon: Show champions Gaynor and Daniel Whiston' Legends: Torville and Dean
Only one came to a halt and that was in Rhondda Cynon Taf - only Torville and Dean could have got through Pontypridd .