MudGear-Battle Of The Lions Pro Team

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MudGear-Battle of the Lions Pro Athletes
"Off The Course"

Our athletes don't just spend all their time training and racing.  Each balances a busy schedule of working, family time, training and racing.  Here is what they do off the course when not crawling, climbing and swinging off of obstacles.

More than just great athletes...

Miranda Huber

Miranda is a part time Aeronautical Engineer working on the Lockheed Martin F-35 program and a full time mother. When Miranda isn't working or jogging with her 3 year old in the stroller, she's finding fun activities to keep her daughter excited and enjoying time outdoors.

Ashton "Ashton" Abraham

Ashton is currently an operating room Registered Nurse, where he enjoys helping others and taking care of patients.  However, that's not enough for him, he is currently working on his Doctorate in Mental Health.  His goal is to break the stigma related to mental health along with dvocating for alternative therapies such as exercise, meditation, and other non pharmaceutical to help assist with treatment.  Outside of OCR he enjoys any sport with a board ( Skim, Surf, Skate, Wake, Longboard, Snowboarding) and spends most of his free time with his four year old daughter. 

Randi Lackey

Randi spends a lot of time in the gym, not just for her own training, but for her fitness class of incredible women called “Buns and Guns”.  In addition to that, she manages a city pool during the summer months, coordinates a mentor program during the school year called Mission Mentors and teaches grades 6-8th at the local middle school.    While juggling all of this, she’s also a wife and mother of two girls that keep her very busy.

Jay "Captain Puerto Rico" Flores

As a Global Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Ambassador, Jay knows just how important STEM is to the future of the world. He’s spreading the word through his energizing presentations and outreach to schools, community groups and industry experts. The power of STEM, Jay advocates, can help young girls and boys become super heroes, solve big (and little) problems and contribute their best ideas to improve our planet.


Jenny Overstreet

Jenny is a fitness director of RoKC Inc. a KC based climbing gym, where she is busy teaching classes most days. Add that to more than five years of training and certification including: Certified Personal Trainer through NASM, CrossFit Level 1 Certified and is Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified.  When not doing something that revolves around fitness, she is spending time with her two young boys

Brint Hastert

When Brint is not on the course or grinding in the gym, he has enough activities between his family of five to keep a small army occupied.  He pours concrete for a living and tries to maximize his down time enjoying it with his squad.

Amy "Magic" Pajcic

Dr. Amy Pajcic is a full time veterinarian at a 24 hour clinic, where she does a lot of ER work in addition to regularly scheduled appointments. Her favorite part of the job is surgery.

Evan "Ultra-OCR Man" Perperis

Evan spends his days as an active duty member of the US Military. With 44 cumulative months in combat zones, mostly Iraq, he stays busy between training, racing and traveling.  He is also the owner and founder of the website Strength & Speed.  His autobiography "Ultra-OCR Man: From Special Forces Soldier to Record Setting Professional Obstacle Course Racer" is now available in the Pro Shop, digital off Amazon and on audio-book from Audible.
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Rachel Watters

Rachel currently works in human resources for a commercial janitorial company in Atlanta. When she is not racing, she enjoys traveling, writing poetry, training, and spending time with her dog Clementine. 

Thomas "The Barefoot Wonder" Plush

Thomas spent the last 5 years as a Nurse in a Maximum Security Prison. Recently he took a position as a Nurse Supervisor working in a Home Health Plus and manages two houses that specialize in Dementia. He is also a volunteer firefighter in Butler County. Outside of OCR he enjoys building obstacles, watching football, playing yard games with friends and working in his shop on off road toys at their little farm house that he shares with his wife Macy and baby Beau.


Doug "TheDougg" Snyder

With a Masters in Marine Biology, Doug currently works at Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission as a fisheries survey coordinator and programmer for a survey of recreational fishing around the Gulf of Mexico and East Florida.  Data from every day of the year is gathered and used to estimate fishing pressure on species.  Doug uses this information to help set reuglations to insure there will be healthy populations of fish available for future generations to both eat and just enjoy catching.