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Charlie White And Meryl Davis Win USA's First-Ever Gold In Ice Dancing

The childhood friends edge out Canada and Russia for first.

With a first-place finish in today's free skate, Meryl Davis and Charlie White have brought home the United States' first gold medal in ice dancing since the sport was introduced in 1976.

The pair have won over Olympic audiences with their ability and the fact that they are aesthetically perfect human beings manufactured in a Disney lab.

They're six-time American champs and two-time world champs, and won silver in Vancouver in 2010.

Fun fact: Davis and White grew up near each other in the Detroit suburbs and both attend the University of Michigan. Go Blue/America!

Watch their short program routine here and watch a full replay of today's free dance segment (which ended with their victory) here.