Torvill and Dean return to Sarajevo to relive 1984 victory

History is set to repeat itself as Nottingham skating champions Torvill and Dean return to the ice where they first wowed Olympic judges with their performance of the bolero to repeat the feat.

Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have been invited to Sarajevo - the location of the 1984 Olympics - by the Mayors of Sarajevo and East Sarajevo to mark the anniversary of the event.

Torvill and Dean during their medal-winning performance in 1984
Torvill and Dean during their medal-winning performance in 1984 Credit: PA

After rehearsals of their trademark routine today, the pair will take to the rink tomorrow along with a team of junior and senior skaters for the official celebration.

It is being held at the same stadium in which they originally secured their historic Olympic victory, although it has been rebuilt after being destroyed in the Bosnian war.

It is hoped money raised by the event will to towards building a permanent ice rink in Sarajevo, ahead of the 2017 European Youth Winter Olympic Festival.

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Torvill & Dean wow thousands in Sarajevo with Bolero

Nottingham's Olympic ice skating champions Torvill and Dean are in Sarajevo, where they won gold at the 30 years ago, to relive their Bolero performance.