But aside from a short "dating" stint as 7- and 9-year-old children (when they initially started skating together), the two promise they aren't romantically involved, according to .

However, dedicated fans insist that something is up—latching onto any extra hand-holding, mid-performance kisses, or other moments of could-be PDA as proof of an off-ice relationship.

Radford came out as gay in 2014, just before the Sochi Winter Olympics: "A lot of pairs end up dating one another.

It can become risky because your on-ice training can be affected by your off-ice relationship.

Sadly, they didn't receive an Olympic medal for their performance but did help Team USA win the team bronze.

Team USA ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White have skated together for about two decades now and look so natural holding hands that most people assume they're an item—but they're not.

Ice dancing partners Madison Chock, 25, and Evan Bates, 28, have been skating together since 2011, taking home honors like the 2018 U. Championships bronze medal and the bronze medal at the 2016 World Championships.

Heading into the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, the two had a strictly business relationship: Chock was dating fellow ice dancer Deividas Stagniunas, and Bates was single.

"We're very up-front with our relationship and have made it very clear we're not dating, but we take it as a compliment and it doesn't bother us," says Davis.

"For the last 15 years we've spent just about every day together, but we're just friends and business partners, which is already complicated enough."In case that wasn't enough to dispel any relationship rumors, in 2015, White married 2006 Olympic silver medalist ice dancer Tanith White, now a broadcaster for This Canadian figure skating pair won a bronze at the 2018 Pyeongchang Games—but they definitely won't be celebrating in a romantic way.

If you have a fight at home, it makes that training difficult.