We have even more exciting news to share with you all concerning openly gay athletes and Olympics Medals.
We shared with you earlier that Adam Rippon had earned a bronze medal for his solo run, and now it seems another gay athlete took home the gold.
When we first introduced you to Eric Radford, we shared that he was yet another openly gay athlete going to the Winter Olympics.
Radford, along with his team skate partner Meagan Duhamel, represented Canada well and ultimately earned 73 points in their Team Free skate competition.
That high point score earned the two the gold while the Russian team got silver with 66 points and the US team received bronze with 62 points.
Now, not only is this Eric Radford’s first time going to the Winter Olympics as an openly gay man, but this win makes him the first openly gay athlete to receive a gold medal at the Winter Olympics.
— Eric Radford (@Rad85E) February 12, 2018