Meagan Duhamel - Bio, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Age, Height, Career
Meagan Duhamel is a Canadian skater who has stepped into the sports industry at the age of three. Later, she went to train at Mariposa School of Skating at the age of 14. Since then, she participated in various competitions and teamed up with skaters like Ryan Arnold, Craig Buntin, Eric Radford, and Wojtek Wolski. During her career, she won 6 gold, 5 silver, and 7 bronze until her retirement. For her outstanding performance in the game, eater Sudbury City Council renamed the street in Lively that she grew up on in her honor in 2018. To know more about her and her career, you can read the below article.
What is Meagan Duhamel famous for?
- A Canadian pair skater.
- Her participation in competitions like Four Continents Figure Skating Championships (2006), Beyond the limits (2018), and Four Continents Figure Skating Championships (2016).
When was Meagan Duhamel born?
Meagan Duhamel was born in 1985 to her parents. Her birthdate is December 8 and she is from Sudbury, Ontario. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity as his mother is of Finnish descent and his father is of French descent. Her birth sign is Sagittarius. Similarly, her parents are Heidi Duhamel and Danny Duhamel. However, her parent's professional details are yet to be disclosed. Also, she has two siblings. They are Heather Duhamel and Johnny Duhamel.
For education, She is studying holistic health but the institution details are yet to be public. Also, she is a part of the Mariposa School of Skating where she was the train of skating.
Meagan Duhamel's skating career
- Meagan Duhamel began skating at the age of three. Later, went to train at the Mariposa School of Skating at the age of 14.
- After that, she competed in both singles and pairs for several years.
- In 2004, she teamed up with Ryan Arnold and they were the first skaters to land a side-by-side triple Lutz jump in competition, which they did at the 2005 Canadian Championships.
- At the 2005 World Junior Figure Skating Championships, they became the first team to land a throw triple Lutz jump in an international competition.
- In 2006, They ended their partnership. She had a stress fracture and was off the ice for four months. She withdrew from both her Grand Prix events due to injury.
- She competed at the 2007 Canadian Championships and placed sixth; it was the last time she competed as a singles skater.
- In 2007, she teamed up with Craig Buntin. After a year, the pair won the bronze medal at the Canadian Nationals.
- In 2008, she accidentally sliced Buntin's hand a minute into the program, on their side-by-side salchow jumps, and blood dripped onto the ice; the pair stopped to get his hand bandaged and then resumed the program to win the bronze medal.
- In 2010, she considered retiring but soon decided to continue competing.
- In 2011, she teamed up with Eric Radford. They won a silver medal at the 2011 Canadian Championships and were assigned to the 2011 Four Continents Championships and the 2011 World Championships.
- In 2012, They won silver at their Grand Prix events, Skate Canada International, and Trophée Eric Bompard. They then won their second national title and their first Four Continents title.
- During the 2014 Olympics, They became the first pair team to land a side-by-side triple Lutz at any Winter Olympic competition.
- In 2016, They won their fifth consecutive national title, at the Canadian Championships. They withdrew from the 2016 Four Continents Championships in Taipei due to her illness.
- In 2017, They took the silver medal behind Sui/Han at the 2017 Four Continents Championships. The same year, The pair finished 7th in the competition at the 2017 World Championships.
- In 2018, Greater Sudbury City Council renamed the street in Lively that Duhamel grew up on in her honor.
- The same year, the two announced their retirement from competition but she expressed interest in becoming a technical specialist.
- In 2019, she went coach at the Skate Oakville Skating Club.
- The same year, she competed in the sixth season of the CBC series Battle of the Blades, partnered with retired NHL player Wojtek Wolski and won the contest.
- In 2021, she announced a return to the fall tour of Stars on Ice, in which she would perform with former domestic rival Dylan Moscovitch.
Who is Meagan Duhamel married to?
Meagan Duhamel was happily married to Bruno Marcotte. He is a staking coach by profession. The information regarding when their affair has taken place is yet to be public. Later, they engaged in July 2014. After a year, they were exchanged their wedding vows in Bermuda on June 5, 2015. Together, the couple produces a daughter named Zoe Marcotte who was born on October 25, 2019. Currently, the couple lives a blissful life with their children.
How much is Meagan Duhamel worth?
Meagan Duhamel has been engaged in the sports industry since 1988. She has participated in the different national and international games until his death. Thus, he has earned the sum of a good amount of money and fame throughout her career. Based on some online sites, her current estimated net worth is said to be $8 million. However, her salary and other financial details are yet to be disclosed.
How tall is Meagan Duhamel?
Meagan Duhamel has an athletic body with a height of 4 feet 10½ inches and she weighs around 48 Kg. Similarly, she has a pair of beautiful dark brown eyes and her hair is also dark brown. Her other body information is yet to be disclosed. In the case of disclosure, we will let you know. Overall, she has a fit and fine body.
Trivias About Meagan Duhamel You Need To Know.
- She on one silver Olympic medal in 2014 in Sochi.
- She began skating when she was three years old.
- She won 4 medals from World Championships over the years - 2 gold and 2 bronze.
- She studies holistic health.
- Her club is CPA St-Leonard.
- In 2018, she took retirement from competition but expressed interest in becoming a technical specialist.