Ice Dancing became a medal sport at the Winter Olympics in 1976.
Ice dancing differs from pairs figure skating by having different requirements for lifts, spins and the type of music that must be used.
The event has been dominated by Russia and the Soviet Union, as they have won gold seven times out of ten.
|2014||Meryl Davis & Charlie White||United States||195.52 pts||Details >>|
|2010||Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir||Canada||221.57 pts||Details >>|
|2006||Tatiana Navka & Roman Kostomarov||Russia||Details >>|
|2002||Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat||France||Details >>|
|1998||Pasha Grishuk & Evgeni Platov||Russia||Details >>|
|1994||Oksana Grishuk & Evgeni Platov||Russia||Details >>|
|1992||Marina Klimova & Sergei Ponomarenko||Soviet Union||Details >>|
|1988||Natalia Bestemianova & Andrei Bukin||Soviet Union||Details >>|
|1984||Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean||Great Britain||Details >>|
|1980||Natalia Linichuk & Gennadi Karponossov||Soviet Union||205.48 pts||Details >>|
|1976||Liudmila Pakhomova & Alexander Gorshkov||Soviet Union||209.92 pts||Details >>|