PYEONGCHANG — They weren’t ready to say goodbye, not this soon. Not this quickly.They needed just one more wave to the crowd, one more hug, one last smile, one final moment to cherish and call their own.For them. For Canada. For the figure skating world.Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the most beloved of Canadian athletes, maybe ever, knew they had won gold before the scores were ever announced on the public address system Tuesday. At least they thought they had won.