02/19/2018 01:00 EST | Updated 02/20/2018 12:39 EST

Tessa Virtue And Scott Moir Break Their Own World Record In Ice Dance Short Program

They're solidly in first place.

It's been quite the Olympic Games for Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir — and it's not even over yet.

The Canadian figure skating pair competed on Monday in the ice dance short program, finishing in first place with an astonishing 83.67 points. It's a score that breaks their own world record of 82.68, set at Skate Canada International last October.

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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir find out their score after performing their short dance during at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

Skating to a program that combined music as varied as Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil" to Santana's "Oye Como Va," Virtue and Moir looked completely at ease on the ice.

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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir skate in the ice dance free program.

The Canadian flagbearers have already won a gold medal in the team figure skating event in Pyeongchang, as well as an individual gold in Vancouver in 2010.

In Sochi, they earned a silver, losing first place to Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White.

The Canadian duo have been skating together since 1998, when Moir was 11 and Virtue was nine.

According to Time, a gold medal would make them the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history.

The free dance event will air Monday night in Canada.

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