About Us

Who We Are:

The mission of America Multi-Sport, Inc. is to provide communities and individuals with extraordinary health & wellness events and services focused on Christian practices providing opportunities to improve spirit, mind and body through “Life Changing Finish Lines.”  We’ll offer a host of events and facility opportunities including the operations of the 50-meter Muncie community outdoor pool at Tuhey Park.  This is who we are; a staff of many seasoned athletes leading 275 extremely motivated volunteer race team captains in 9 Indiana cities: Muncie, Selma, Noblesville, Yorktown, New Castle, Lawrence, Richmond and now Fort Wayne and Pokagon/Angola with many more communities to come.  We’ll help you finish your first 5k Walk to your first Mini Marathon or even a Triathlon/Duathlon; we are across America and right here at home to get you and your family to its first or best finish line.

 


Meet Your Race Staff!

 

A Picture Perfect Sunset with the Tombonis

 

Steven & Tammy Tomboni :: Founders

Since 1993, our co-founders have been organizing the multi-sport world of racing, hosting events and motivating individuals from their first 5k to iron distance triathlons.  In 2010 they founded America Multi-Sport, Inc. to continue welcoming all to their best finish line.

Tammy M. Tomboni: Founder/Fin. Dir., America Multi-Sport, Inc.

A mother of 3 young boys, she manages all race day registration operations and packet pickup processes. She is a triathlete, marathoner and former Executive Assistant with Jarden Corp managing sales and national  conventions. She was the Volunteer Director for the 2001 Muncie Endurathon with 2,200 volunteers and the Volunteer USA Triathlon Long-Course National Championships in 2002 with over 1,200 volunteers. She was the Finish line director for the 2003 Muncie Endurathon.

Steven N. Tomboni: Founder/CEO America Multi-Sport, Inc.

CEO Cardinal Aquatics & Wellness, Inc/Whiteriver Aquatic’s LLC/Tuhey Pool

As an event organizer: Now enter the begin  of the 3rd decade organizing over 900 events, youth and adult sports leagues, tournaments, programs and host of ground breaking “Life Changing Finish Lines’

As an athlete: Finishing  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 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 4 year they have produced the MidEast Collegiate Regional Championships 3 times, 2 Powerman Muncie Duathlons, the June 7, 2014 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 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 as the outstanding emerging business in East Central Indiana, 2011.

 


 

Education J.D., Indiana University, Bloomington, 2002 M.A., Biology, Ball State University, Muncie, 2002 Masters of Studies in Environmental Law, Vermont Law School, 1998 B.S., Biology, Premedical Preparation, Chemistry, Ball State University, Muncie, 1995 Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice IN Federal, Northern District, 2005 U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 2002 IN Federal, Southern District , 2002 Indiana, 2002

Joey Davis: General Council, Triathlete, and Boat Skipper

B. Joseph Davis :: Council

Attorney B. Joseph Davis serves several integral functions.  As General Counsel he oversees and manages all legal matters.  Notwithstanding his title, his advocacy and acumen contributes to many other non-legal business decisions.  As a triathlete he knows race courses and due to his lifeguarding background he understands what it takes to ensure a safe swim course.  He can normally be found driving the EAP boat which carries, at a minimum, the head life-guard and a rescue diver.  After the swim course closes he can normally be found assisting with other critical functions.  He lives at mile one (1) on the Prairie Creek Race Course with his wife and three children whom can often be found at that aid station assisting athletes, spraying water, and providing background music.


 

Our diligent Admin Assistant!

Our diligent Admin Assistant!

Nira Macken :: Administrative Assistant

In the spring of 2013, Nira came on board as Administrative Assistant.  A former 5k runner and race volunteer, as well as mother of 4, she assists with the organization of race events and works with all office personnel to prepare for the successful completion of each event.

 


 

 

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JC with John Maxwell in 2011

JC Preston :: Content Coordinator | Tech Whiz

JC joined us in 2013.  He assists in event marketing activities and all race media operations.  During race day you can find JC running our sound system and capturing the day’s festivities through media.  He is also the Founder of New Inceptions and a graduate of Purdue University where he studied Organizational Leadership and Electrical Engineering.


 

 

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Jason making sure that everyone is in place prior to a race in 2013.

Jason Tucker :: AMS Operations Manager | Tri 101 Coach

Jason has been involved with AMS since 2012 in a variety of roles such as volunteer and swim course director. Jason will be overseeing the day-to-day operations and making sure all of our events meet athlete expectations. Jason also is the manager of Tuhey Pool and teaches Triathlon 101 classes in the community. Jason is passionate about improving fitness in the community and enjoys being involved with helping others to reach their goals. After his faith and family, triathlon is his next love; competing in every distance from sprint to Ironman. Jason is proud to be a part of The Great Lakes Region of Team Zoot! All of this would not be possible without the love and support of his wife, Kacyn and their son Isaac. Jason is a certified USAT Race Director, Level 2 StarGuard Instructor, and Certified Pool Operator. USAT10LogoCrtfdRceDrctr

 

After a hard’s day work

Norm Tomboni :: Equipment Engineer

Norm is our company engineer.  You name it and he can make it.  Norm is a triathlon volunteer veteran and one of our most dedicated volunteers.  He assists in all of our equipment operations.

 


 

Jake Profile

Jake’s our Marketing Maestro!

Jake Deiwert :: Marketing Cordinator | Printer Guru

After working with AMS for a year as an intern, Jake came on board in 2014 as our marketing coordinator. He graduated with a B.S. in photography and has an athletic background in tennis and soccer. Jake takes care of our social media, marketing emails and any other means of spreading word of our Life Changing Finish Lines.


 

 

Leader of the Aide Brigade!

Holly Chance :: Volunteer Coordinator | Muncie Community Rep

Working with AMS as a volunteer herself for several years before becoming organizer, Holly is the go to person when it comes to delegating and organizing the volunteer groups. Steve has said that running a race is like running a small army. So with Holly’s military background, she has experience to get things done for AMS through her Aide Brigade!

 


 

 

Shelley rejuvenating after a great race.

Shelley Gulley :: Director of Partnerships

Shelley has been involved with AMS since the beginning of 2013, as part of the race team which helped launch of the Inaugural Noblesville FitFest. Since then she has had a variety of roles including Triathlon 101 Coaching, local sponsor co-ordianator and now to our Director of Partnership position.  Leveraging her 20+ years in marketing and advertising, coupled with her passion for health and fitness, she oversees the day-to-day sponsorship opportunities for the entire partnership / management team.

As an athlete, Shelley has been fitness training for over 20 years. But, it wasn’t until she entered her first sprint Triathlon in 2008 that she found her niche to her test her limits in which she has placed almost all top 10% female and top 20% overall.  Outside of triathlons, Shelley has also enjoyed racing in other ventures like the 180 miles Sunrise to Sunset,  Spartan Racing, and has won a number of  1st placements including :  1st Females Muddy Buddy obstacles course, 1st female in the local Fight for Air Climb 2010 Indianapolis. Last year rounded her second 70.3 Half Ironman, having finished both Miami 2010 and Steelhead 2013.  Shelley is very excited to be part of the AMS team in helping others reach their finish lines.

 


 

Ole giving Pre-Race Instructions

Ole Bohn :: Assistant Race Director

Ole: yesterday we met, did Ironman together, watched Tammy walk into St. Francis, greeted 3 sons into this world and helped build an amazing company. For 5 weeks you struggled but tomorrow we always love you and remember the truly awesome person that sings the American National Anthem with the best county-western Norwegian accent of all time. His family, our family, his friends and the endurance community lost one of the best. No words can express how important you have been in the last 5 years to AMS and the 10 years before that to all of us as a training partner before IMF in 2002 and all those crazy races…many memories that will last forever. Peace brother…love you.



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