ICE skating legends Torvill and Dean have thrilled audiences in Sussex over the years.

Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, who were originally from Nottingham, were British, European, Olympic and World champions in the sport.

At the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo in 1984 the pair won gold and became the highest scoring figure skaters of all time for a single performance.

They received 12 perfect 6.0s and six 5.9s which included artistic impression scores of 6.0 from every judge, after skating to Maurice Ravel’s Boléro.

As well as being stars on the ice, they have also been on-screen stars with a coaching role on ITV’s Dancing On Ice.

They will be returning for the next series of Dancing On Ice, in 2018, but but this time a slightly different role.

The pair have announced they will now be on the judging team.

Other photographs of them include the time they met the Duke of Norfolk in 1985 and a performance at the Brighton Centre in 1990.

The Russian All Stars skating team put on a show in Brighton alongside Torvill and Dean in 1990.

The show featured the former ice-dancing champions, along with 20 top Soviet skaters, including a number of former international champions.

The ice show premiered in August 1988 in Moscow and showcased several duets featuring Torvill and Dean, including a reprise of the famous routine that gave them their gold medal in 1984.

A Brighton Tigers ice hockey presentation is also pictured above.

The club’s first official match was on October 24, 1935, against the Richmond Hawks, who they beat 4-2.

The team was primarily made up of Canadians due to a lack of British players.