Nottingham's Torvill and Dean wowed crowds last night as they relived the moment they won Olympic gold, 30 years ago.
The pair performed their famous Bolero routine in Sarajevo, but not in the original venue, as it was destroyed during the civil war.
The pair performed their routine flawlessly for a delighted audience in the Bosnian capital, resplendent in modernised versions of their famous purple outfits from 1984.
As the routine ended the crowd unanimously rose to their feet in applause, holding aloft cards bearing the perfect mark of '6.0' in recognition of their Olympic achievement.
Torvill and Dean made history in 1984 when their gold medal success saw them earn full marks from all nine judges, a feat never achieved either before or since, three decades on.
The duo were invited back to the city by the mayors of Sarajevo and East Sarajevo and the performance also acts as the launch of a campaign to build a permanent ice rink in the city ahead of the 2017 European Youth Winter Olympic Festival.
Nottingham skating icons Torvill and Dean will take to the ice today to relive their 1984 gold medal-winning performance of the bolero.
Thirty years since their victorious appearance at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have been invited back to the country for a celebration marking the anniversary of the historic event.
They will skate alongside junior and senior skaters during the celebration.
The event is being held at the same stadium they performed in three decades ago - although it has since been rebuilt after being destroyed in the Bosnian war.