Eric Radford is one of only four openly gay male athletes who participated at the Winter Olympics this year, and he’s been representing both Canada and gay men very well.
A few days ago, we shared with you that Radford and his pairs skate partner Meagan Duhamel had won the gold medal for the team event. Now, we’re happy to share with you that Radford won another medal.
Radford and Duhamel won bronze for the individual competition of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
But, it seems that Radford wants to end on a high-note as he’s announced his retirement.
“It’s the sweetest (ending) it could possibly be right now,” he told the National Post.
“I don’t think that there’s any better way.”
“We were saying backstage… you really just want to end on a really nice note.
“That’s a small goal we have.”
He later tweeted out a goodbye to sport.