While figure skating score fixing did happen at the 2002 Salt Lake City games (the Olympic Committee had to later award a second gold medal), there's evidence that Meryl and Charlie won the gold fair and square over silver medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada. First of all, the pairs have the same coach, which suggests that they would be friendly versus dishonest. And Meryl and Charlie were ranked No. 1 and just won the world championships. Also, Scott Moir does not suspect foul play, telling reporters after Monday's finals, "It's all about us. When we sit in the kiss and cry and get our marks, the disappointment on our faces was because of our performance. It has nothing to do with the technical panel or the judges."