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Sibling duo captivates the internet with magnificent dance on ice
Their spectacular Scottish performance has earned over 2 million views.
Jenny Brown
11.14.22

Everyone knows that musical talent can run in families.

All you have to do is look at famous groups like The Jackson 5, the Bee Gees, and the von Trapps.

But what about body movement? Is there such a thing as blood harmony on the ice?

If there isn’t, then these two siblings from Great Britain have cornered the market.

Their routine on the ice is spectacular and well worth the watch.

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The Kerr kids have been on the ice since a very young age.

If growing up they had any sibling rivalry they figured out how to channel it into ice skating.

The two push each other to be the best and this performance on the world stage makes that evident.

Sinead and John Kerr, are world-renowned ice dancers representing Great Britain.

The stage is set as they float out onto the ice and center themselves to begin their routine.

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Wearing traditional Scottish kilts, and with the sound of mellow bagpipes, the siblings begin the routine. And they get right to it, wasting no time.

From the very beginning, it’s obvious that they both have magical skills!

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Through every lutz, salchow, and axel the siblings put on a show that leaves spectators stunned!

The Scottish routine starts off a little mellow until the video hits 1:20, that’s when the music speeds up and the ice dancers really pick it up a notch.

They defy gravity, as they pull off stunts that most ice skaters only dream about.

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At one point, they’re swinging so low to the ground, it looks like Sinead’s head is inches from bouncing off of the ice.

The precision in the maneuvers is extraordinary, she swings upside down with grace.

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They’ve clearly practiced together for years, as they don’t miss a single beat during the whole performance.

The sibling duo puts on a miraculous display of epic talent, and the crowd can’t get enough of it.

They’re moving in perfect sync with one another the entire routine, like mirror images of each other.

This is blood harmony on the ice.

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Flipping, twirling, and jumping as they slide across the rink, every movement seeming impossible. Yet they make it look effortless.

It’s like a beautiful Scottish dance on ice.

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They unleash a flurry of difficult tricks toward the end, including one that you might not have seen before!

The sibling ice skaters continue to wow the crowd with their brilliant skating, all the way to the end. Each move topping the next.

One move, in particular, makes the crowd go absolutely wild.

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Sinead’s leg is completely contorted until it’s pressed to the back of her head, all while she is held in the air and spinning rapidly.

You have to see it, to believe it. It’s incredible.

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Fans go nuts following their magnificent performance.

The siblings are all smiles as they skate off of the ice and await their scores.

Sinead and John must know that they’ve just given the performance of a lifetime. It is obvious to us!

Throughout the whole performance, they display an extraordinary level of talent that will make you stand up and cheer.

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This is beyond any ice skating routine I’ve ever seen, Sinead and John are completely on point together and make it look easy.

Watch the video below to see these incredibly talented siblings heat up the ice with their Scottish performance!

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By Jenny Brown
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Jenny Brown is a senior writer at Shareably. She is based in San Francisco and can be reached at hi@shareably.net.
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