Cross Country

Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic

The Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic presented by Primal Sport Mud is one of the most highly attended college and high school cross country events in the United States. It is held annually at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park.

The 13th Annual Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic presented by Primal Sport Mud will be held on Saturday, October 4, 2014. As in past years, the race is held seven weeks prior to the national collegiate championship weekend. The meet will be contested at E.P "Tom" Sawyer State Park in Louisville, KY, which is the site of five NAIA National Championships, two BIG EAST Conference Championships, five NCAA Division I Southeast Regional Championships, the 2010 NCAA DII National Championships and the 2012 NCAA Division I National Championships. The venue will also be the site of the 2014 NCAA Division II, 2016 NCAA Division III and 2017 Division I National Championships.

Click here to register for the 2014 Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic presented by Primal Sport Mud. Then follow the link to the registration page for the 2014 Greater Louisville XC Classic presented by Primal Sports Mud and complete the Intent to Compete online data form by August 8, 2014.

Athletes and warriors of the Ancient World recovered from strenuous activity by using special muds, hot springs and herbs to aid the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Primal Sport Mud combines this ancient wisdom with modern science to bring you natural healing benefits in the convenience of your home, training facility or gym.

Primal Sport Mud is a topical recovery gel designed for athletes of all kinds. Infrared heat energy promotes microcirculation. Combined with natural electrolytes and anti-oxidants, Primal Sport Mud aids the body’s natural ability to recover, so you can spend less time being sore and more time doing what moves you! Primal Sport Mud is all-natural, raw and exactly what your body needs. Use as directed. Consult a physician for any medical conditions.