Steven N. Tomboni: Founder/CEO America Multi-Sport, Inc.
Since 1993, Steve have been organizing the multi-sport world of racing, hosting events and motivating individuals from their first 5k to iron distance triathlons. In 2010 he founded America Multi-Sport, Inc. to continue welcoming all to their best finish line.
As an event organizer: Now enter the beginning of the 3rd decade organizing over 975 events, youth and adult sports leagues, tournaments, programs and host of road races with ground breaking “Life Changing Finish Lines’.tm
As an athlete: Finishing more than 300 triathlon/multi-sport and road races since 1983 including Ironman Florida in 2002 and the 1stPowerman Alabama in 1996, The Chicago, Indianapolis and Columbus marathons as well.
His resume includes currently 111 Sprint/Olympic/Half triathlons as race director and also the Race Director of the 1996 ITU/Muncie Long Course World Championship & 2002/2003 USAT Long Course National Championships. He was the 5 time race director of the Muncie Endurathon. In 2010 him and his wife; triathlete Tammy, founded America Multi-Sport, Inc. to continue that success. During the last 6 year they have produced the MidEast Collegiate Regional Championships 4 times, 2 Powerman Muncie Duathlons, the June 7, 2014 Muncie triathlon is part of the 2014/2015 Retro USAT Series and we are proudly owners of America’s Half Iron Triathlon/Duathlon/Aquabike. America Multi-Sport in 2015 will produce 11 Multi-Sport including the Mid-East Regional Tri/Du/AQB Championships and 12 Road race events and clinics along with operation of the local 50-meter outdoor aquatics facility in Muncie, Indiana. America Multi-Sport is also a proud member of Triathlon Business International and US Track & Field.
Steven is the former CEO of the Putman County YMCA in Ottawa, Ohio and the former Executive Director of the Muncie Family YMCA where he managed nearly 500 youth/adult or corporate sporting events over 10 years.
Also, the author of the 1996 ITU Long Course technical manual, he is a Level I USA Triathlon Certified Race Director. The 1996 World’s was voted the international race of the year and the 2002 Nationals was awarded the national race of the year. The 1996 World’s was the 1st chipped times triathlon in the world. The event featured 1300 athletes from 36 countries, 6,600 volunteers, 57 volunteer race captains, 70 mile of course over 3 Indiana Counties and 40,000 spectators. Additionally, 4,400 youth from 44 East Central Indiana Schools lined the course during the adopt a country project. He received the Edmund F. Ball Award in 2003 for lifetime service to the Muncie Endurathon, Inc.
The company was awarded the prestigious EDGE Award by the State of Indiana as the outstanding emerging business in East Central Indiana, 2011.
And now a member of the USA Triathlon Race Director Century Club.
Steve is a father of four and a Ball State University graduate.