It's a minority of coaches who reach the stature of a Frank Carroll, Callahan, or Doug Leigh and consistently produce World and Olympic Champions? Even then, such coaches probably have more lower ranked skaters than World and Olympic medalists, given that those skaters themselves are a small proportion of figure skaters competing at Nationals and Worlds. Bryan's coaching career will continue if he wants it to and he will still get students. I love Christina Gao and think she could go far, which might turn things around for Bryan. But even if that doesn't happen, he'll still be able to coach and earn a good living at it. And his coaching career has been relatively short. He's already made more of name for himself that other World/Olympic medalists turned coach, like Karen Magnussen (who was still coaching in Vancouver a few years ago) and Stoijko, who is currently coaching an obscure bunch of Mexican skaters.