Join us at the Les Eisenhart Cross Country Invitational!
Bring the kiddos for the 1-mile race, and stick around to cheer on the best middle school and high school athletes as they duke it out on a fast, fun course!
When: Saturday, October 9th, 2021
Where: Thomas Worthington High School
Start Time: 8:00am
What do you get: Early registrants receive an event tee from TWHS Cardinal Roadrunners, and one amazing one mile race! Tees are limited. Register early before your size sells out!
Early pick up is recommended to ease race morning rush. Race bib & shirt pick up is available at Fleet Feet Lewis Center located at 1270 E Powell Rd, 43035 on October 7-8 from 10a-8p.
Race bibs can also be picked up the day of the event beginning at 7a.
Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
8:00 A.M. Open Race for Children (1 mile)
9:00 A.M. Middle School Girls Team
9:25 A.M. Middle School Boys Team
9:50 A.M. Middle School Girls Open
10:15 A.M. Middle School Boys Open
BREAK 10:45-11:15 A.M.
11:15 A.M. High School Girls Varsity
11:45 A.M. High School Boys Varsity
12:15 P.M. High School Girls 11/12 Open
12:50 P.M. High School Boys 11/12 Open
1:20 P.M. High School Girls 9/10 Open
1:55 P.M. High School Boys 9/10 Open
History of Les Eisenhart Invitational
“The Eisenhart” was established in 1986 in honor of long-time Worthington teacher, cross country and track coach, Les Eisenhart.
During Les’ 33 year tenure at Thomas Worthington High School, his teams earned 24 cross country league titles, 18 district cross country titles, and 7 district track championships. Eisenhart also coached five individual state track champions and two individual state cross country champions. In 1967, his boys team won the State Cross Country Championship.
In 1970, Coach Les Eisenhart was inducted into the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame. Les also served as President of the Ohio Association of Track & Cross Country Coaches Association. Upon retiring in 1979, Coach Eisenhart continued to serve as an official for cross country and track, including the starter for this Invitational Meet until passing in 1998.