The 2019 ISU Figure Skating World Championships have taken place in Saitama City, Japan, with two-time Olympian producing the best Australian result.
Kerry finished his short program in 21st place, to qualify for the free skate.
In the free skate, he again finished the round in 21st, giving him an overall placing of 20th place.
2018 Olympian Kailani Craine finished the short program in 36th place and was unable to qualify for the free skate.
Also in action for Australia was the Ice Dance couple of Chantelle Kerry and Andrew Dodds who finished 26th.
Kerry 20th at World Champs
PyeongChang 2018 Olympian's Brendan Kerry and Kailani Craine headline the Australian team competing at the 2019 ISU Figure Skating Championships to be held in Saitama City, Japan, this week.
Kerry is full of confidence following a ninth place result at the recent Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, where he achieved personal best scores and landed a total of three quads in the short and free program.
Also competing for Australia will be the Ice Dance team of Chantelle Kerry and Andrew Dodds.
Wednesday, March 20
Pairs - Short Program
Ladies - Short Program
Thursday, March 21
Pairs - Free Skating
Men - Short Program
Friday, March 22
Ice Dance - Rhythm Dance
Ladies - Free Skating
Saturday, March 23
Ice Dance - Free Dance
Men - Free Skating
Sunday, March 24
IMAGE - Brendan Kerry at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championship last month in Anaheim, CA, USA © Brendan Kerry Instagram
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