HMR Elite Team
James Lougee is a veteran in the Air National Guard with the 201st Red Horse Squadron and served two tours in Iraq. Joining the military back in 2003, he served 12 years while doing various types of construction. He ran his first mud run back in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since, running 4 Hardcore Mudd Runs, 5 Tough Mudders, 3 Spartan Races and other various mud runs along the way. While being there for the first Hardcore Mudd Run event at Tussey Mountain, James was also a part of the original graduating class for the HMR Pain Camp out of State College, PA. He helped instruct at the RI Pain Camp and can be seen at most of our events typically running the first heat of the day. He most recently added the Spartan Trifecta to his achievements and is looking to broaden his horizons in the years to come. He’s also an avid Crossfitter out of Crossfit Lewisburg and has been doing it for the past 2 years. In 2015, James is looking to add the HMR Last Man Standing, OCR Championships, Goruck, and Spartan Ultra Beast to his belt along other new experiences with wherever life takes him.
Rob Connally is originally from Athens, Georgia but currently lives and works in Northern Virginia. A veteran of the US Navy, Rob has been a running and hiking for over two decades, and was introduced to obstacle course racing in the summer of 2012 participating in several events in the US and Canada including the inaugural Hard Core Mudd Run at Tussey Mountain. PA. Since summer 2012, Rob has successfully completed two Spartan Trifectas, 3 x GORUCK Challenges, HMR Pain Camp in Providence RI, a S.E.R.E Urban challenge, a couple of Tough Mudders and numerous running events. Rob is looking forward to the 2015 OCR season when he plans to compete in several HMR and Spartan events, as well as the OCR championship.
Logan Nagle hails from Binghamton, New York, and has always had a love for the outdoors. Logan possesses a passion for health and fitness, founding and presiding over his college’s fitness club for two years. Using the training and nutrition techniques and tips learned there, Logan broke into the OCR scene by winning his heat and finishing fourth overall in his age group at Hero Rush NY 2013. Now going into 2016, Logan is a 4x Tough Mudder, has qualified for the WDWC and OCRWC twice, and was the point series winner for males 20-29 in the inaugural Newbsanity Point Series. Expect to see him at many Northeast OCR events this year!