Six American skaters seek victory in Paris
Czisny, Rippon hope to leave Trophee Bompard with hardware
|Adam Rippon is looking to find the podium after finishing fourth at Skate Canada. (Getty Images)|
Competition begins Friday with all four disciplines taking the ice in Paris.
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The Grand Prix Series, now in its 17th season, consists of six international events in a cumulative point-scoring format. Approximately 300 athletes from 30 countries are expected to participate in the series. Each athlete is eligible to score points in two of the six scheduled events. The top six point-earners in each discipline qualify for the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Quebec City, Canada, Dec. 8-11. Athletes will compete for a total of more than $1.35 million in prize money throughout the series.