Before opening his own training facility
Miron Kharchilava was an assistant coach with The Ohio State University wrestling program which placed 3rd at the NCAA Championships in 2003. This was the highest results in the national tournament for the OSU wrestling team at this time. Prior to coming to OSU, Kharchilava was an assistant at Indiana University for three years. He is no stranger to the state of Ohio, however. Kharchilava was a student assistant coach at the University of Findlay from 1991-95. With his coaching assistance, the University of Findlay won the first ever NAIA Wrestling Championship in 1995. Miron was only eligible to wrestler one year due to the limited NAIA timeclock. In 1995 as a senior, he captured an NAIA national championship at 167 pounds and was the NAIA Championship Outstanding Wrestler.