In 1984, British ice dancers, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, won the Olympics. They performed a free dance program that received nine perfect 6.0 scores. Ice dancing changed after Torvill their win.
If ice dancing is on this list, you know it had to be spectacular. And that's exactly what Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean were. The British pair gave a performance for the ages at the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics. They did not begin skating for the first 18 seconds of the music so as not to exceed the time limit for a routine. In the end, Torvill and Dean received 12 perfect 6.0s for their free skate routine, including a 6.0 from every judge in the artistic impression category.