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RESUME´ OF:
     WAYNE THOMAS ARMBRUST

EDUCATION:       The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio - Ph.D. 1975 Theoretical High Energy Physics. Prof. K. Tanaka, advisor.
                   Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio - M.S. 1967 Physics B.S. 1965 Physics. Honors graduate. Lettered in
                   track and wrestling.

TRACK & FIELD
COMPETITIVE
EXPERIENCE:


Sept. 1970         The Ohio Track Club, Columbus, Ohio. Ran the Sprints, Relays
and
800 m - 880 yd. Team won several AAU
to June 1977       Ohio Association titles. Won several Ohio Association Championships in 4X110 yd. and 4X440 yd. relays.

April 1966         Millcreek-Erie Track Club, Erie, Pennsylvania. Ran 880, Sprints and
Relays.  Second in Allegheny Mountain AAU 880, 1969.
to June 1970       

Sept. 1961         Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland, OH. Competed in Pole Vault,
440, Mile Relay and Cross Country. Letterman.
to June 1965    

April 1958         Columbiana High School, Columbiana, OH. Competed in Long Jump, 100,
220, 440, Relays and Cross Country. Letterman.
to June 1961    

April 1956         Columbiana Junior High School,  Columbiana, OH. Competed in High Jump,
Long Jump, 100, 220 and Relays.
to June 1957      

TRACK & FIELD
COACHING
EXPERIENCE:


November 1991      Columbia, Missouri. Coaching selected international, national and emerging
elite athletes, including Steve Albert,
to present         bronze medalist in the 1994 U. S Olympic Festival Shot Put and a competitor in the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Trials,
                   finalist in the 1996, 97, 98, and 99 indoor championships and 1998 and 99 outdoor championships, and Gayle Johnson,
                   a competitor in the 1994 U. S. Olympic Festival in the 10,000 meter race walk. (At 45, Gayle is believed to be the
                   oldest female Athletics participant in the history of the Festival)

April 1971         The Ohio Track Club, Columbus, Ohio. Coach and Director. Athletes coached include Dick Bruggeman,
1972 AAU Champion
to November 1991   in the 400 meter hurdles and member of the 1972 Olympic Team, ranked fifth in the world in 1972; Tom Byers,  second
                   (first American) in the 1974 AAU Championships at 1500 meters and an internationalist in 1974 and a finalist in the 1976
                   Olympic Trials, ranked fifth in the U.S. in 1974; Kevin Akins, TAC Outdoor National Champion 1982 in the shot put, TAC
                   Indoor National Champion 1983, TAC Outdoor runner up 1983, member U.S. Team, World Championships, Helsinki, 1983, ranked
                   fifth in the world in 1982 and sixth in the world in 1983; Jim Reardon, a competitor in the 1982 and 1983 Olympic
                   Sports Festivals and 1984 Olympic Trials and now a sports psychologist working with USAT&F; Gary Hunter, finalist in
                   the 1983 TAC pole vault and a competitor in the 1984 Olympic Trials; Frances Calcut, finalist in the 1984 Olympic
                   Trials in the Women's High Jump and ranked ninth in the U.S. in 1984; Bruce Ewen, finalist in the 1988 Olympic Trials
                   in the hammer throw; Kelly Reed, a finalist in the 1989 TAC indoor 55 meter dash; and Ricky Vaughn, a competitor in
                   the 1990 and 1991 U. S. Olympic Festivals in the hammer.

Sept. 1969         The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Volunteer Assistant Coach.  
Athletes coached include Ray Hupp, 1971 NCAA
to June 1975       Champion in the decathlon, the present OSU pole vault record holder, and the OSU javelin record holder with the old
and March 1991     javelin. 
to November 1991 
 
Feb. 1967          Columbiana High School, Columbiana Ohio. Volunteer Assistant Coach.  
Athletes coached include third place winner, Class
to Sept. 1969      A 100 yards, 1969.
 

Sept. 1965         Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Volunteer Assistant
Coach.
to Feb. 1967

PROFESSIONAL       USATF Certified Coach, Level III Certified in Throws; Level II Certified in Sprint/Hurdles
and Endurance groups.
DESIGNATION:       USATF Coaching Education Lead Instructor.

COACHING           Ohio TAC Association Elite Coach of the Year, 1991.
HONORS:

PUBLICATIONS:      "The Dynamics of Sprinting," Track & Field Quarterly Review, Fall 1978; “Energy Conservation in Pole Vaulting,” Track
                   Technique #125, Fall 1993; "Understanding Non-Uniform Forces in the Throws With Implications for Training," Track Coach # 168,
                   Summer 2004.

CLINIC LECTURES:   "Energy Conservation in Pole Vaulting," Ohio TAC Mini-Convention, February, 1991; "Racewalk Training," Ohio TAC LDR
                   Committee Clinic, March, 1991. “Racewalk Learn by Doing,” Missouri Valley Association Clinic, June, 1994 & 1995

OFFICIATING:       USATF Certified Official, Master Level (including racewalk judging).

OFFICES HELD       Missouri Valley Association Racewalk Chairman, Jan. 1994 to present.

TRACK & FIELD
BUSINESS
ACTIVITIES:


Jan. 1976          Owner of Computomarx™, formerly of Columbus, Ohio, now located in Columbia,
Missouri.  Track and Field
to present         consultants specializing in facility design and layout using the exclusive Computomarx™ program to generate
                   calculations and color scale drawings for track markings.  Instrumental in the adoption by the National Federation of
                   State High School Associations (NFSHSA) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) of the International
                   Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Color Code for Track Markings.  Developer of the Computoscore™ cross
                   country scoring program, the Computorace™ road race management program, and the Computomeet™ track meet management
                   program.  Web Page: http://www.Computomarx.com


PROFESSIONAL       Member since 1982, U.S. Tennis Court and Track Builders Association.
ORGANIZATION:

OTHER
EMPLOYMENT
EXPERIENCE:

April 1985         Operations Analysis, Inc., Columbus, Ohio. President and one of the founders of the
company. Principal author
to Nov. 1991       of numerous proposals to the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and the State of Ohio. Efforts resulted in the winning of a
                   subcontract from General Research Corporation to work on an important U.S. Air Force program. Due to cutbacks in DoD
                   funding, this contract was not funded and the company was not profitable.

March 1987         The Ohio State University, College of Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Department of
Physics, Columbus, Ohio.
to June 1990       Lecturer, teaching undergraduate physics courses. Course coordinator of Physical Sciences 180, supervising other
                   instructors and responsible for course development. Took over responsibility for course from retiring professor and
                   updated course material. Course includes such topics as energy, environmental issues, nuclear power, and national
                   defense.

May 1979           Rockwell International-North American Aircraft Operations and Missile Systems Division,
Columbus, Ohio.  Position:  
to April 1985      Member of Technical Staff IV, Operations Analysis, specializing in computer modeling and simulation involving system
                   design, performance and utilization. Author of the Counter Air Tactics Evaluation Model (CATEM) used in numerous
                   studies by NAAO in addition to other large scale packages. Wrote technical papers and conducted briefings. Provided
                   technical support to other division personnel. Nature of work required knowledge in depth over a broad spectrum of
                   topics.

Dec. 1976          The Ohio Department of Energy, Columbus, Ohio. Position: Researcher III.  Duties:  
Administration of department research
to May 1979        contacts.  Development of computerized mathematical models for in-house department research on subjects such as
                   building energy usage and conservation. Evaluation of proposals submitted to department from contractors.  Provided
                   technical support to other department personnel. Interacted with the public to explain department activities and goals.

Sept. 1969         The Ohio State University, Department of Physics, Columbus, Ohio. Positions:  
Lecturer, Graduate Teaching Associate.
to June 1976       Duties:  Teaching undergraduate physics and research in high energy physics.

PUBLICATION:       "A Cluster Model Satisfying Limited Charge Exchange" Phys. Rev. D14 (1976)

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