1992 Winter Olympics: Fire On Ice

Now that the daring, dancing Duchesnays are the favorites, are they playing it too safe?

In the top ranks of ice dancing, there are couples who dazzle with their crowd-pleasing flair and those who enrapture with their graceful lines; duos who amuse with their spunky choreography and those who astound with the technical brilliance of their footwork. But rarely do a couple bring such artistry and innovation to the sport that they leave unerasable tracks in the ice long after they have retired from amateur competition. In 1984 Britain's Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean did just that with their gold-winning Olympic performance to Ravel's Bolero. Now come France's Isabelle and Paul Duchesnay, a sister-and-brother team as...

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