Owner, Mick Mominee
Mick began his competitive career at Clay High School in Oregon, Ohio and went on to race for Kenyon College in cross country and track and field, earning varsity honors in each sport. Mick was named co-captain and most valuable athlete in track and field, and finished second in the All Ohio Division-III 800m. In graduate school, he joined the University of Dayton Triathlon Club to hone his swimming and biking skills; there, he developed a love for multisport racing. In 2011, Mick represented the U.S. in the World Duathlon Age Group Championships in Gijon, Spain. Currently, Mick races for DT3 Multisport, the Mattress Innovations Running Team, and Team Dayton Cycling, where he was named the 2011 Category 5 racer of the year. Mick has 7 years coaching experience in Cross Country and Track and Field and is a certified Spin instructor. Currently working on a doctorate in Urban Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati, he teaches ethics and justice at Chaminade-Julienne Catholic High School in Dayton, Ohio.
Director of Race Management, Steve LaSelle
In his 30+ years involved in multisport, Steve LaSelle has been a coach, competitor, race director, and bike shop owner. Early in his career, Steve was runner-up in the Oklahoma State cycling road race and state champion in the time trial; later, he won the 55-59 age group at the Chicago Triathlon. Steve has coached his daughter to 6 state titles in cross country and track and has put on many running, cycling, and triathlon clinics for local teams and individuals. Steve organized the first biathlon in the state of Oklahoma and won the race himself. He has gone on to design and direct a variety of other races around the U.S. including biathlons, triathlons, and cycling and running races. Steve lives in Waynesville, Ohio, where he enjoys swimming, biking and running at Caesar Creek State Park. Steve is also the owner of Mattress Innovations in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Race Consultant, Nicole LaSelle
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Nicole began her athletic career at the age of 11, competing in Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) track meets. While attending Chaminade-Julienne High School, she won 6 OHSAA state titles (three in cross country and three in track) and accepted a scholarship to the University of Notre Dame, where she earned All-Academic and Varsity honors. After college, Nicole cross-trained in cycling and swimming to complement her running and began competing in triathlons and duathlons. In 2005, she won the Chicago Triathlon in the Age Group division and was the 2011 U.S. Duathlon National Champion. She went onto to place 9th at the World Duathlon Championships in Gijon, Spain, later that year. She enjoys training with her teammates on the Mattress Innovations Running Team, DT3 Multisport, and Team Dayton Cycling. In addition to competing, Nicole is a doctoral candidate, finishing her dissertation in Counseling and Human Services at Kent State University, and does contractual counseling work in Dayton.