She enjoyed watching the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and pretended to be a gymnast in her gym classes at school. She began skating at age 3 – she was the 2003 Canadian junior national champion – and moved to pairs skating in her early 20s.Duhamel and former partner Craig Buntin were aiming to go to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, but missed the cut and soon split as a team.Hobbies include yoga, kayaking and holistic health. Previously competed with Sarah Burke and Rachel Kirkland ...
They wrapped up their season with a second bronze medal at the world championships.Duhamel and Radford used their Olympic momentum to propel them into an undefeated 2014-15 season.Pairs skaters Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford won the 20 world championships titles and have won the Canadian national title every year since 2012.Figure skating beginnings Duhamel was born December 8, 1985 in Lively, Ontario, Canada.They won gold at their two Grand Prix assignments (Skate Canada and the NHK Trophy in Japan), the Grand Prix Final, picked up another national title, won Four Continents in 2015, as well as their first Worlds title.
The next season, Duhamel and Radford picked up more gold at Skate Canada and NHK Trophy, but grabbed a silver at the Grand Prix Final.
They won their two Grand Prix assignments – again in Canada and Japan – and qualified for the Final, where they claimed a bronze medal.
The pair won their sixth consecutive national title, more than any other Canadian pair.
Il a été champion du Canada en couple de 2004 à 2006 avec Valérie Marcoux.
Les partenaires précédentes de Craig sont Chantal Poirier et Marie Laurier.
Duhamel and Radford are two-time world champions (2015-16), 2014 Grand Prix Final champions, two-time world bronze medalists (2013-14), 2015 Grand Prix Final silver medalists, two-time Four Continents champions (2013, '15) and six-time Canadian champions (2012-16) ... With her first partner, Ryan Arnold, she became the first pairs skater to perform a throw triple lutz in competition ...