Le Trophée Lalique (aujourd'hui Trophée Éric Bompard) est une compétition internationale de patinage artistique qui se déroule en France au cours de l'automne. Il accueille des patineurs amateurs de niveau senior dans quatre catégories: simple messieurs, simple dames, couple artistique et danse sur glace.Le treizième Trophée Lalique est organisé du 18 au 20 novembre 1999 au palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy. Il est la quatrième compétition du Grand Prix ISU senior de la saison 1999/2000.

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  • Le Trophée Lalique (aujourd'hui Trophée Éric Bompard) est une compétition internationale de patinage artistique qui se déroule en France au cours de l'automne. Il accueille des patineurs amateurs de niveau senior dans quatre catégories: simple messieurs, simple dames, couple artistique et danse sur glace.Le treizième Trophée Lalique est organisé du 18 au 20 novembre 1999 au palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy. Il est la quatrième compétition du Grand Prix ISU senior de la saison 1999/2000.
  • The Trophée Lalique is an annual elite figure skating competition which takes place in Paris, France. In the 1999–2000 season, it was the fourth of six events in the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series. The competition was named after the Lalique company, which was its chief sponsor for many years. The 2003 competition was the final year that Lalique was its title sponsor. Beginning in 2004, the competition was renamed the Trophée Eric Bompard after the Eric Bompard company. Due to the title changes, the competition is often referred to simply as the "Grand Prix of Paris" after its location rather than its sponsors. Regardless of the name, the format remained the same. Figure skaters compete in four disciplines: men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.The 1999 competition took place between November 18 and November 20, 1999.
  • O Troféu Lalique de 1999 (em francês: Trophée Lalique de 1999) foi a décima terceira edição do Troféu Lalique, um evento anual de patinação artística no gelo organizado pela Federação Francesa de Esportes no Gelo (em francês: Federation Française des Sports de Glace), e que faz parte do Grand Prix ISU. A competição foi disputada entre os dias 18 de novembro e 20 de novembro, na cidade de Paris, França.
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  • Le Trophée Lalique (aujourd'hui Trophée Éric Bompard) est une compétition internationale de patinage artistique qui se déroule en France au cours de l'automne. Il accueille des patineurs amateurs de niveau senior dans quatre catégories: simple messieurs, simple dames, couple artistique et danse sur glace.Le treizième Trophée Lalique est organisé du 18 au 20 novembre 1999 au palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy. Il est la quatrième compétition du Grand Prix ISU senior de la saison 1999/2000.
  • O Troféu Lalique de 1999 (em francês: Trophée Lalique de 1999) foi a décima terceira edição do Troféu Lalique, um evento anual de patinação artística no gelo organizado pela Federação Francesa de Esportes no Gelo (em francês: Federation Française des Sports de Glace), e que faz parte do Grand Prix ISU. A competição foi disputada entre os dias 18 de novembro e 20 de novembro, na cidade de Paris, França.
  • The Trophée Lalique is an annual elite figure skating competition which takes place in Paris, France. In the 1999–2000 season, it was the fourth of six events in the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series. The competition was named after the Lalique company, which was its chief sponsor for many years. The 2003 competition was the final year that Lalique was its title sponsor. Beginning in 2004, the competition was renamed the Trophée Eric Bompard after the Eric Bompard company.
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