The Olympics may be coming to a close this weekend, but Canadians got one more chance to watch ice dance champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir earlier tonight.
As promised, the Canadian gold medalists performed a routine to the Tragically Hip's "Long Time Running" at the figure skating exhibition gala in Pyeongchang — and the footage is now streaming online.
Earlier this week, Moir talked about their decision to skate to the music Gord Downie and the Hip, calling it "the soundtrack to being Canadian."
The duo previously performed a routine to the same song back at the Skate International competition in October, shortly after Downie passed away.
"It's been lovely to take the ice and to celebrate a Canadian hero, and it means a lot to us," Virtue said.
Watch clips from Virtue and Moir's performance below, or replay the entire event here CBC.