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The Challenger Series is an International Figure Skating Series, introduced during the 2014/15 season. Through ISU support, the objective is to ensure the proper and consistent organization and conduct of up to ten (10) International Competitions linked together within the Challenger Series. The Series gives adequate opportunities for many Skaters to compete at the international senior level and earn World Standing Points. The Series also increases the opportunity for Officials to officiate at an international level.

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2022 Budapest Trophy is scheduled to take place in Budapest, Hungary, October 13-16, 2022. Not to be confused with the Challenger Series event, it will be an international event for all disciplines (Women, Men, Pairs, and Ice Dance) at the Junior level.

The competition will be conducted in accordance with the 2022 ISU Constitution and General Regulations, the 2022 Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Single, Pairs Skating, and Ice Dance, as well as all relevant ISU Communications.

To be considered for the Challenger Series, the competition must have at least three disciplines and a minimum of entries per discipline.

The top three placed Skaters / Couples of the annual Challenger Series Ranking receives ISU Prize Money.

The 2022 Budapest Trophy is the sixth in a series of 10 events of the 2022-23 Figure Skating Challenger Series and is scheduled to take place in Budapest, Hungary, October 13-16, 2022, at the Vasas Jégcentrum. The event will feature three figure skating disciplines (Men, Women, and Ice Dance).

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If the requirements specified in the above-mentioned documents are fulfilled, the event will count towards ISU World Standing Points, Minimum Total Technical Score, Challenger Series in Figure Skating Ranking and Prize Money.

The Challenger Series is an International Figure Skating Series, introduced during the 2014-15 season. Through ISU support, the objective is to ensure the proper and consistent organization and conduct of up to 10 International Competitions linked together within the Challenger Series. The Series gives adequate opportunities for many skaters to compete at the international senior level and earn World Standing Points. The Series also increases the opportunity for Officials to officiate at an international level.

To be considered for the Challenger Series, the competition must have at least three disciplines (Men, Women, Pair Skating, Ice Dance) from a minimum of 10 different ISU Members in all disciplines combined.

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