Han, who is now in her first year at Wesleyan University, Connecticut, has had a busy start to the 2014/15 competitive season, placing sixth at the US International Classic in Salt Lake City and fourth at the Nebelhorn Trophy in Germany. Following her successful Sochi Olympics and 19th place at the 2014 World Championships, she was invited to the prestigious ISU Grand Prix events, finishing tenth at Skate America and eighth at Skate Canada earlier this month, recording a PB in her free program of 102.99 at Skate America.
Brendan Kerry is based at Riverside in Los Angeles with coach Tammy Gambill and began his season at the Lombardia Trophy, Italy finishing in ninth position followed by an 11th at the Skate Canada Autumn Classic. Brendan has added a quad salchow to his free program, which he feels is now consistent. He plans to use the new jump this season, with its debut planned for the National Championships. He will then be competing at the Nestle Mentor Cup in Poland in early January.