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GP Elsy Jacobs
Festival Luxembourgeois du cyclisme fém
   28-30th Apr 2017
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Stage race honouring two great Luxemburg cyclist

(includes GP Elsy Jacobs in Garnich LUX
& GP  Nicolas Frantz in Mamer LUX
)
 
May 1st 2016- Katrin Garfoot 2nd in stage
Apr 29th 2016- Katrin Garfoot 4th in prologue

May 3rd 2015- Katrin Garfoot 2nd in Mamer Race
& finished 4th on GC & 4th in points comp
&  Melissa Hoskins 8th in stage
 Lizzie Williams 8th on GC
Amanda Spratt 12th on GC
May 2nd 2015-  Amanda Spratt 3rd in Garnich Race
May 1st 2015-
Katrin Garfoot 8th in prologue

May 4th 2014- Melissa Hoskins 12th in Mamer race
May 3rd 2014- Carlee Taylor 22nd in Garnich race
May 2nd 2014-  Annette Edmondson 13th in TT

Apr 28th 2013-
Amanda Spratt finishes 8th on GC
Tiff Cromwell finishes 11th on GC
Apr 27th 2013- Tiff Cromwell 10th in Garnich stage         
Apr 26th 2013- Annette Edmondson 3rd
in prologue in Mamer
Amanda Spratt 6th
Jessie MacLean 9th


Apr 29th 2012- Belinda Goss 26th in Mamer race
Rowena Fry 2nd in QOM overall
Tiffany Cromwell 9th overall GC
Apr 28th 2012- Tiffany Cromwell 8th in Garnich race
Apr 27th 2012- Shara Gillow 7th Prologue

May 1st 2011-  Rochelle Gilmore 8th in Garnich race
Apr 20th 2011- Shara Gillow 18th in Mamer race

May 2nd 2010- Rachel Neylan 6th  in Mamer race
May 1st 2010- Tiffany Cromwell  15th in Garnich race

May 1st 2009- Rochelle Gilmore 12th in Garnich race

Apr 26th 2008- Lorian Graham 17th 
in Garnich race

inaugural edition 2008
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Garnich is birth town of Elsy Jacobs (LUX)
(5 March 1933-28 February 1998 - aged 64)
Elsy was the inaugural Women's road World Champion (30 Aug 1958) Was 15x Luxembourg National Road Champ  and held the Hour record 41,347 km from 9 Nov 1958 until Maria Cressari (ITA) set record at 41.471 km/h in 1972 .
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Mamer is birth town of Nicolas Frantz (LUX)
(4th Nov 1899 - 8th Nov 1985- aged 86) Had 60 pro racing victories over his career, including back-to-back Tour de France wins 1927 & 1928.