With Whom Scott Moir Engaged? What is his Net Worth 2022?
Scott Moir is a retired professional Canadian ice dancer. He has won eight Canadian Championships, two gold medals and silvers, and as well as three world championships along with his dance partner Tessa Virtue.
Scott Moir was born Scott Patrick Moir on September 2, 1987, in London, Ontario, Canada. As of 2022, Moir is 32 years old and was born under the sun sign Virgo. His father’s name is Joe Moir and his mother’s name is Alma Moir. He has two elder brothers Danny Moir and Charlie Moir.
His brother, Danny is also a former Canadian ice dancer by profession. He grew up with his elder brothers in Ilderton, Ontario. By nationality, Moir has Canadian citizenship and belongs to a white ethnical background.
Scott Moir completed his high school education at Medway High School at Arva, Ontario. Later he joined the electronic learning school name AMDEC.
With Whom was Scott Moir Engaged?
Scott Moir is yet to get married. But he is already engaged to his former dance partner Jackie Mascarin. Jackie was his first-ever dance partner before Tessa Virtue.
What is Scott Moir’s Net Worth?
Scott Moir has got a net worth of around $2 million dollars as of 2022. He earned most of his net worth from his professional career. So far, he has participated in numerous competitions and world championships from which he must have received a good sum of money as a salary.
As reported, the U.S. Olympian gets $37k for winning a gold medal, $22k for the silver medal, and $15k for the bronze. As for Canada, for winning a gold medal, the winner is paid $20k and for winning the silver and bronze medals, the winner gets $15k and $10k.
Height & Weight
The Canadian ice dancer has got a decent height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) with a body weight of around 75 kg. Additionally, he has got brown eyes while his hair color is dark brown.
Moving on to his social networking sites, Moir is quite active on Instagram and Twitter.
Grand Prix Debut: 2006-2007 season
In the 2006-2007 season, the pair made their debut in Grand Prix. They first competed on a senior level and participated in the 2006 Skate Canada International. They went on to win a silver medal at the 2007 Canadian Championship. After that, they won the 2008 Canadian Championships and went to participate in the World Championships in 2009.
They won their first Canadian national title at the 2008 Canadian Championships. In the 2008 Four Continents Championships, they won a gold medal. Next, they won the silver medal at the World Championship 2008 which was held in Sweden.
Scott Moir along with his dance partner Tessa Virtue and co-writer Steve Milton published a book about their career titled “Tessa and Scott: Our Journey from Childhood Dream to Gold” in October 2010. They even filmed a TV show together in late 2013. The show was focused on their training for the Olympics. And it was broadcast on the W Network in January 2014.
Olympic Career and World Titles
Moir started his Olympic career in the 2009-10 season at the 2009 Trophee Eric Bompard along with Virtue. There they finished at a margin of 16.07 points. They competed in the ice dancing competition from February 19 to 22 in the 2010 Winter Olympics. They ranked second in the compulsory dance segment which has earned 42.74 points.
In the original dance segment, Moir has won gathering 68.41 points and in the free dance along with Virtue. Likewise, they earned 110.42 points after winning a gold medal at a total of 221.57 points. Also, they were titled as the first Canadian and North American to ever win this title. In the year 2010, Moir has won the World Champion thrice once and others in 2012 & 2017.
Moir and Virtue were the winners of the Four Continent Champions three times. They are amazing on the ice floor as well and have 9 Canadian National Championships to their name and the 2016-2017 Grand Prix Final Championship. Furthermore, they have also participated in the PyeongChang 2017 in Gangneung, Korea, and there they won a gold medal.
So far, Moir and Virtue have won five Olympic medals. Besides his Olympics, he has also appeared on TV shows like Shall We Dance on Ice?, Tessa & Scott, PyeongChang, and XXIII Olympic Winter Games along with Virtue.
- Scott Moir started skating in 1977 along with his partner Tessa Virtue. They even took training in Kitchener- Waterloo, Ontario and they were trained under the guidance of coach Paul MacIntosh and Suzanne Killing.
- They won their first bronze medal at the 2002 Canadian Championships at the novice level.
- The pair made their ISU Junior Grand Prix debut in the 2003-2004 season.
- Followed by participating in the World Junior Championships in 2006 where they won the silver medal.
FAQs of Scott Moir
Who is Scott Moir?
Scott is a retired professional Canadian ice dancer and has won eight Canadian Championships, two gold medals, and silvers, as well as three world championships.
Where was Scott Moir born?
Scott was born Scott Patrick Moir on September 2, 1987, in London, Ontario, Canada.