US Ice Dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White Heat Up the Rink

Two-time Olympic gold medal winner Julie Foudy has the details on the upcoming finals.
3:00 | 02/17/14

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Oh, what a great final week. Someone who knows what it's like to have a gold or two, we're joined from gold medal-winning soccer star Julie foudy who is covering the games for ABC and ESPN. We've been seeing the fog. As an athlete, you're all prepared for your event, it gets postponed, what do you do? Well, the sports psychologists would probably say some type of term like embrace the challenge. We as athletes say, you deal wit and move on. You know things will be crazy. Weather challenges. All sorts of distractions. The best olympians know you just go. You go with the flow. You deal with it. I like that. Davis and white. We could see olympic history. Ice dancing for the American team. They were spectacular. What do they need, somewhat the biggest challenge in the free skate competition later today? The biggest challenge comes in the form of the Canadian duo. Tessa virtue and Scott Mauer. They're second. The crazy think about this is these two pairs are buddies. They train together. They skate together in the same rink. They have the same coach. They're frenemies. Never thought you would say that on "Gma." Way to go, Julie. Hey, bode miller, so emotional to see him on the podium again, 36 years old. We talked about his brother. But just -- it was a real moment of this olympics, don't you think? Yeah. And the tears. You saw the tears afterwards. He said after his race, he said, I've never been to an olympics without my brother there at the finish line. That's what the emotion was. He said, his wife told our ESPN colleague Wayne drays. You might have seen him at the top of the hill mouthing something and talking to himself, he was talking to chelone, his brother, about shaving calm of seconds. He was saying, help me, brother, help me. He comes down the hill and ties for the bronze medal down to the hundr hundredredth of a second. That was a beautiful moment are you as excited as we are here? Bring it, bring it, deal with it. Deal with it. Thank you, Julie. We're going get the other morn's

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