Despite being the first team to break 180 points in the 2018 Winter Olympics ice dancing competition, Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje of Fort Lee finished in the top 10 of the event.
The pair -- representing Team Canada -- went into Monday evening's competition with a short dance score of 74.33, before scoring 107.65 and finishing with a 181.98.
They ended up finishing in seventh place, their teammates Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir taking first with 206.07 points.
Weaver, 28, and Poje, 30 are affectionately known together as WEAPO and train at Hackensack's Ice House.
They have been skating together since 2006. They competed in the 2014 Olympics.
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