Dr. Scott Logue
Dr. Scott Logue, Vision Quest Coaching member for over a decade, has been practicing orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine in Lake County for 20 years. He has helped many endurance athletes return to form after injuries over the years and is currently a partner in Illinois Bone and Joint Institute.
Dr. Logue completed medical school at Rush University in Chicago, with an orthopaedic residency at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a sports medicine fellowship at Louisiana State University. In addition to treating many recreational athletes, he has been the head team physician for the Chicago Wolves hockey team for 15 years.
Dr. Logue was a competitive runner throughout high school and college, finishing two marathons during his 20s. Then he turned to playing bad golf for many years. His return to endurance sport began in 2005 when he joined a weekend trip with similarly out-of-shape guys to complete the Chequamegon Fat Tire 40 mountain bike race. Since then has completed this race ten times!
Other endurance sport accomplishments include:
- 54k American Birkebeiner Classic
- Two-time finisher Ironman, two-time finisher [PR 10:56, Coeur d'Alene, 2010]
- Leadville Trail 100 MTB, finisher, belt buckle recipient, 2011
- Ironman 70.3 World Championships, Las Vegas, 47th AG, 2013
- Ironman All World Athlete, 2013
- USA Triathlon All-American, 2013
- Dirty Kanza 200, finisher, 2016
Besides riding a ton, Scott enjoys golfing and skiing. He and his wife Rosemary have been married for 30 years and live in Lake Bluff where they have raised their daughters Ellie (24), Maggie (21) and Natalie (14).