US pairs teams Tarah Kayne (Broadmoor SC) and Daniel O'Shea (SCNY), Ashley Cain-Gribble (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY), and Olivia Serafini (SCNY) and Mervin Tran (SCNY) compete December 4-7 at the 2019 Challenger Series Golden Spin of Zagreb in Croatia. Good luck, all SCNY and Team USA skaters!

Tarah Kayne (Broadmoor FSC)
Daniel O'Shea (SCNY)
Ashley Cain-Gribble (SCNY)
Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY)
Olivia Serafini (SCNY)
Mervin Tran (SCNY)

Tarah and Daniel are the 2016 US Figure Skating senior pairs champions, 2018 Four Continents champions, 2016 CS US International champions, 2014 Four Continents silver medalists, 2018 US silver medalists, 2019 Grand Prix France and CS Tallinn Trophy silver medalists, 3-time CS Golden Spin of Zagreb bronze medalists, 2015 US pairs bronze medalists, and 2019 US pairs pewter medalists. They placed fourth this season at the CS US International Classic and sixth at the Grand Prix Cup of China and Grand Prix NHK Trophy. Daniel joined SCNY this season from the Skokie Valley SC.

Ashley Tim are the 2019 US Figure Skating senior pairs champions, 2019 World Team Trophy champions, 2018 CS Ondrej Nepela champions, 2018 and 2019 US International Classic champions, 2018 ISU Four Continents silver medalists, 2018 Grand Prix Skate America bronze medalists, 2017 US Figure Skating senior pairs bronze medalists, 2017 World Team Trophy bronze medalists, and 2018 US pewter medalists. They placed fifth this season at Grand Prix Skate America and fourth at Grand Prix Internationaux de France.

Olivia is skating her second season in pairs after a successful career in singles. She is the 2015 US Figure Skating junior ladies' silver medalist and 2014 US Figure Skating Classic junior ladies' champion.

Mervin won the 2012 ISU World Figure Skating Championships senior pairs' bronze medal with Narumi Takahashi, representing Japan. The pair won silver at the ISU Grand Prix Rostelecom Cup and NHK Trophy (2010 and 2011) and gold at the 2010 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final. Before teaming with Olivia, Mervin skated four seasons with Marissa Castelli, winning bronze and silver at the 2016 and 2017 US Figure Skating Championships.

Olivia and Mervin placed fifth at CS Finlandia Trophy, their first international assignment.