The nominations for the 2019 International Skating Union Grand Prix of Figure Skating have been revealed, with the world's top talents competing all over the world.
Skaters will attempt to rack up points in one or two of the six Grand Prix events in October and November, with the overall top six from each discipline going through to the final in December.
The Grand Prix series kicks off with Skate America in Las Vegas in the United States from October 18 to 20, before Skate Canada in Kelowna from October 25 to 27.
The series then moves to Europe for the Internationaux de France in Grenoble from November 1 to 3.
It continues in Chongqing with the Cup of China from November 8 to 10, with the event replacing the Grand Prix of Helsinki for 2019.
The circuit then returns to Europe for the Rostelecom Cup in Moscow, Russia from November 15 to 17, before the last spots for the final are decided in Sapporo, Japan at the NHK Trophy from November 22 to 24.
Each Grand Prix will feature 12 ladies, 12 men, eight pairs and 10 ice dance couples.
Once the overall points have been tallied up, the top six in the four disciplines will proceed to the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Torino, Italy, the hosts of the 2006 Winter Olympics, from December 5 to 8.
Chen "extremely happy" with world record skate The mutual respect and admiration between the big two was clear to see.
Chen was typically modest when reflecting on his free skate, and he's already thinking of where he can improve ahead of US Nationals in January.
He said, "I'm extremely happy to be here. I'm extremely happy with the score. I was happy that I was finally this season able to lay down two pretty solid relatively clean programs. Between competitions, I want to continue to improve as much as I can.
"Technically, I did everything I can. But the cleanliness and the general performance can improve. Program components - I'm still not comparable to Yuzu. I want to keep working on that."