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.
Outside the rink When Duhamel is on vacation, she still enjoys athletic activities like playing tennis and baseball, biking, swimming, doing yoga, and playing with her dogs.
She has a cat named Zara plus two dogs: a rescue beagle Theo, and Mootea, a dog she adopted from South Korea while she was there for the 2017 Four Continents Championships.
Later, it was revealed that Radford was experiencing a herniated disc in his lower back and was causing numbness in his right hip, making certain jumps virtually impossible others extremely difficult.
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.
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.
It may not be a brother and sister type of chemistry.
But it’s special and it belongs only to us.” – Duhamel describes her relationship with Radford Olympic experience Duhamel and Radford won a silver medal for their part in the first-ever team event at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.