Webinar: Triathlon Race Operations: Preparation Strategies for Multisport Event Directors
Topic: Triathlon Race Operations: Preparation Strategies for Multisport Event Directors
In this webinar, you will learn the importance of pre-race planning and how you can apply this to your own event. Consider this a mentoring opportunity from Steve Tomboni, CEO of America Multisport, who will share lessons learned from running a triathlon company for twenty years. From Tomboni’s explanation of his success at having combined leadership and event director skills, learn how to be the best race director in today’s ever competitive multisport climate.
Steven N. Tomboni
As an athlete nearly 300 triathlon/multi-sport and road races since 1983 including Ironman Florida in 2002 and the 1st Powerman Alabama in 1996, The Chicago and Columbus marathons as well.
His resume includes nearly 100 sprint and or Olympic triathlons and also the RD 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 4 year they have produced the MidEast Collegiate Regional Championships 3 times, 2 Powerman Muncie Duathlons, the June 7 Muncie triathlon is part of the 2014 Retro USAT Series and we are proudly part of the Toughman Half Series and ToughKids Series nationally. America Multi-Sport in 2014 will produce 22 Multi-Sport and 23 Road race events and clinics along with operation of the local 50-meter outdoor aquatics facility in Muncie.
Steven is also the former CEO of the Putman County YMCA in Ottawa, Ohio and the former Executive Director of the Muncie Family YMCA.
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 given that designation too. The 1996 World’s was the 1st chipped times triathlon in the world.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $17.99 USAT Member or Race Director (0 CEU); $27.99 USAT Certified Race Director (1 CEU); $32.99 Non-USAT Members (0 CEU)
Event Date: Feb. 11, 2014
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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