Moir and partner Tessa Virtue are the reigning Olympic champions in ice dancing. The Canadians beat Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White in Vancouver, but since then have lost gold to them at two out of the three world championships, most recently in 2013. Virtue/Moir and Davis/White all train at the same rink in Michigan, as well as share a coach, meaning a gold-medal showdown in Sochi could be that much more dramatic.
- 2014 Sochi Olympics - Silver
- 2008-10 and 2012-2014 Canadian National Championships - Gold
- 2013 Grand Prix Final - Silver
- 2013 World Championships - Silver
- 2012 World Championships - Gold
- 2011 World Championships - Silver
- 2010 World Championships - Gold
- 2010 Olympic Games - Gold
Things to know:
1. The coach that Virtue/Moir share with Davis/White is the renownded Marina Zoueva, who has been with both teams for over seven years.
2. Scott's aunt, Carol Moir, first began coaching Tessa and Scott when they were just seven. Originally they were singles skaters, though Carol thought it would be a good idea if they teamed up as ice dancers, so they did.
3. From a skating family in Canada, Scott loves hockey and wore a Canadian Olympic hockey jersey for their exhibition program following their gold-medal win in Vancouver.