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They won their first World medal (a bronze) at the 2004 World Championships.
After their first world medal, they had a rough 2004–2005 season and a shaky start at the beginning of the 2005–2006 season.
Despite the momentum they had built, they had another disappointing World Championships, where they were once again finished the podium.
During the 2009–2010 season, Pang and Tong won both of their Grand Prix events and a silver at the Grand Prix Final, defeating all the world medalists at the previous world championship.
, but really it's just 'cause I'm nosy: on Valentine's Day, I much prefer digging into other people's romances than focusing on my own relationship.
And have I got a doozy of a sweet V-Day story for you guys—one that played out at the Olympics, no less.
At those Games, they confirmed publicly that they were dating.
Then, in 2011, Tong proposed to Pang at a skating exhibition, on live TV. The lovebird competitors decided to put off their wedding in order to focus on chasing one last chance at Olympic gold in Sochi.
They consistently placed on the podium at their Grand Prix events.
(NBC only gives you 30 minutes of replay without having to log in via your cable provider, so make sure you watch right away.) It'll remind you how touching it is when love and dreams intersect and oh boy I really need to get ahold of myself, I'm gonna go officially start the day's chocolate eating.
; born August 15, 1979 in Harbin, Heilongjiang) is a Chinese pair skater.
In the 1999–2000 season, Pang and Tong made their Grand Prix debut.
They placed 4th at Skate Canada and 5th at Cup of Russia. At the 2002 Winter Olympics, coming in as the Four Continents Champions, they placed 9th.