The Scheldeprijs (nl., formerly also: Grote Scheldeprijs, Scheldeprijs Vlaanderen or Scheldeprijs Schoten, Engl.: Schelde Prize, Grand Schelde Prize, Schelde Prize Flanders, Schelde Prize Schoten) is the oldest one-day race in the world. Named after the river Schelde, the road cycling race was first held in Flanders, Belgium, in 1907. The route runs from Antwerp to Schoten.
In the April 2021 race, Belgian Jasper Philipsen won the Scheldeprijs. In the process, he trumped the actual title favorite, Irishman Sam Bennett. Third place went to Mark Cavendish. The best German was Pascal Ackermann from Team bora-hansgrohe in 6th place.