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2024 Grand Prix de France: Info and pre-game chat


Record Breaker
Jun 21, 2003
2024 Grand Prix de France is the third event of the 2024-25 ISU Grand Prix series and is scheduled to take place November 1-3, 2024, in Angers, France. The ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series consists of six international senior invitational events and culminates with the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in December.

Competitors collect points in their individual Grand Prix events towards the qualification for the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. Only the top six skaters/teams in each discipline can qualify for the Final.

Skaters are seeded and invited to the six Grand Prix of Figure Skating events based on the results obtained at the 2024 ISU World Figure Skating Championships. Skaters/teams who have placed first through sixth in each of the four categories are seeded and assigned to two events. Skaters/teams who have placed seventh through 12th at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships are selected for two ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating events. Skaters with a top 24 Season Best Scores (from the 2023-24 season), as well as those placed in the top 24 of the ISU World Standings, can also be invited.

In order for a skater/team to be eligible to compete at an ISU Grand Prix event, a minimum total score must have been achieved in the 2023-24 or current 2024-25 season in an ISU event (Grand Prix, Junior Grand Prix, Championships) or a Challenger Series event. Exceptions apply to host country skaters, previously ranked skaters or split ranked couples who return with new partners.

ISU Event Page


On the Ice
Nov 13, 2012
Entries are updated as of July 11th.


Boyang Jin (CHN)
Aleksander Selevko (EST)
Luc Economides (FRA)
Francois Pitot (FRA)
Adam Siao Him Fa (FRA)
Nikolaj Memola (ITA)
Koshiro Shimada (JPN)
Kazuki Tomono (JPN)
Mikhail Shaidorov (KAZ)
Lukas Britschgi (SUI)
Camden Pulkinen (USA)
Andrew Torgashev (USA)


Loena Hendrickx (BEL)
Nina Pinzarrone (BEL)
Lorine Schild (FRA)
Lea Serna (FRA)
Anastasiia Gubanova (GEO)
Wakaba Higuchi (JPN)
Mai Mihara (JPN)
Rion Sumiyoshi (JPN)
Chaeyeon Kim (KOR)
Livia Kaiser (SUI)
Amber Glenn (USA)


Lia Pereira / Trennt Michaud (CAN)
Cheng Peng / Lei Wang (CHN)
Camille Kovalev / Pavel Kovalev (FRA)
Oceane Piegard / Denys Strekalin (FRA)
Aurelie Faula / Theo Belle (FRA) (added July 11)
Minerva Fabienne Hase / Nikita Voldoin (GER)
Sara Conti / Niccolo Macii (ITA)
Rebecca Ghilardi / Filippo Ambrossini (ITA)

Ice Dance

Marie-Jade Lauriault / Romain Le Gac (CAN)
Katerina Mrazkova / Daniel Mrazek (CZE)
Marie Dupayge / Thomas Nabais (FRA)
Evgeniia Lopareva / Geoffrey Brissaud (FRA)
Charlene Guignard / Marco Fabbri (ITA)
Allison Reed / Saulius Ambrulevicius (LTU)
Emily Bratti / Ian Somerville (USA)
Leah Neset / Artem Markelov (USA)
Eva Pate / Logan Bye (USA)

As always, if there are any mistakes or errors, let me know!
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Marty McFlip

Jan 7, 2024
I'm so happy to see this female line-up. I think 4/5 girls can win the GP and 7/8 can be on the podium. I can't wait to see them on ice