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Brendan Kerry has secured Australia an Olympic berth for men at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games after finishing 15th at the Figure Skating World Championships in Helsinki last night with a smart finals free program.
The O’Brien Group Arena in Melbourne’s Dockland will be home to the nation’s best figure skaters this week for the 2016 Australian Figure Skating Championships.
15 months out from the 2018 Winter Olympics, figure skater Brendan Kerry isn’t concentrating on a particular score or podium finish it’s all about being the best version of himself.
“Being disappointed I didn’t medal is a new feeling” is how Brendan Kerry summed up his first international competition this season after placing 4th at the US International Figure Skating Classic in Salt Lake City on the weekend.
FIGURE SKATING: After the disappointment of missing out on the Vancouver Games, the bubbly duo of Danielle O’Brien and Greg Merriman finally made their Olympic debut and reached all their goals in competition.
BLOG: Russ Henshaw went for broke on the same Slopestyle course where Anna Segal finished 4th, and Australians flew in Skeleton, Cross Country, Biathlon & Figure Skating. To cap a huge day for Australia, Torah Bright received the medal she had won 24 hours earlier at a ceremony in Olympic Park.
FIGURE SKATING: The pressure was a little too much for Brendan Kerry in his Olympic debut, but the young Aussie still enjoyed his experience in a dramatic opening to the men's Individual Figure Skating.
FIGURE SKATING: After flying in to Sochi from California late last night, Australia's male figure skater Brendan Kerry has quickly settled into the Athletes' Village and taken to the ice for an official training session.