The Festival luxembourgeois du Cyclisme Féminin Elsy Jacobs, formerly also known as the Grand Prix Elsy Jacobs, is a now legendary professional cycling race over several days for women. The race, named after Elsy Jacobs, winner of the first women’s road world championship (1958), has been held in Garnich in Luxembourg since 2008.
Last year, the stage race did not take place due to the Corona pandemic. This year, Denmark’s Emma Norsgaard Jørgensen won after two outstanding stage victories. She thus replaces Lisa Brennauer from Germany, who won the title in 2019.