Iconic Winning Routine... opened the door to many many innovations. Torvill and Dean choreographed their own routines, something no ice dancers do these days This routine cannot really be judged by today's ice dance standards which have set elements that *have* to be done (step sequences, twizzles, certain lifts etc.). There were many more restrictions in 1984 and yet freedom to create something unique.
The quintessential ice dance, the only one to score 6.0 from all judges, the legendary Torvill & Dean. Bolero from 1984 Olympics where they won gold. *High Quality* - facial features actually visible :p
I made this recording STRAIGHT OFF the original Olympic feed, so it's as good a quality as you'll ever see. 25 [now 30!] years on, this piece shows there's NO substitute for passion. Enjoy!
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean of Great Britain at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer performing "Bolero," which won them perfect 6.0 scores and a gold medal 10 years earlier at the Sarejevo Olympics. This was an exhibition performance held February 26, 1994.
Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill, or just Torvill and Dean, give us the athletes' perspective on one of the most iconic Ice Dancing performances of the Olympic Games. Subscribe to the Olympic channel: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Discover more about Olympic Figure Skating: http://www.olympic.org/figure-skating
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean's Documentary on their Olympic triumph 30 years ago in the 1984 winter Olympics in Sarajevo.
Watch all the show highlights and performances at http://www.itv.com/dancingonice. Watch Torvill and Dean's last ever TV performance of the Bolero. Absolutely stunning.
Lake Placid, New York, USA - 1980 Winter Games, Ice Dancing, Free Dance - Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean of Great Britain finished a respectable 5th Place here.
Torvill and Dean receive their gold medals at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo 1984. Footage also contains interviews from the BBC and ITV with Jayne, Chris and Betty Callaway