By Ryan Pyette, QMI Agency
QUEBEC CITY - There are a million little things to fret over when you're one of the top two ice dance teams in the world.
Falling flat on your back early in your short program isn't usually front and centre.
So when Scott Moir touched blades with partner Tessa Virtue and took the tumble that will probably cost them the only major figure skating competition they haven't won, the Canadian Olympic gold medallist did what everyone who knows him best would've expected.
He turned the gasps into laughs Friday at the International Skating Union's Grand Prix final in Quebec City.
He bounced up, took quick little choppy steps to catch up to Virtue, then mimicked his plunge in the kiss and cry area while mugging for the cameras.
"We had a bobble and it's two seconds of a three-minute program -- we were pleased with two minutes and 58 seconds of it," the 24-year-old from Ilderton, Ont., said after finishing the short dance in second spot behind American...