|Events||MK2 500m and MK1 500m|
|Years On Team||7 (since 2017)|
|Club||Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club|
|Schools/Work||University of Washington|
|Hobbies||skate skiing , running and hiking|
You can’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get. – Michael Phelps
3 Things You Didn't Know About Aaron Small
- Aaron is hard of hearing and knows American Sign Language.
- He is a volunteer ski patroller for Hyak Ski Patrol.
- Aaron is a certified EMT.
U.S. Nationals2021: 1st MK2 1000m, 1st MK2 200m, 2nd MK1 5000m, 3rd MK1 1000m, 3rd MK1 500m, 4th MK1 200m
U.S. Team Trials2022: 1st MK2 500m, 2nd MK1 1000m, 2nd MK1 500m, 6th MK1 200m
2019: 2nd MK1 200m, 3rd MK1 500m, 5th MK1 1000m
World Championships2022: 7th MK2 500m, 9th Mixed K2 500m, 16th MK4 500m
2022 (U23): 3rd MK2 500m, 12th Mixed K2 500m, 25th MK1 500m
2021 (U23): 9th MK2 1000m, 14th MK2 500m
2022: 1st MK2 500m
More about Aaron Small
I began paddling with the Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club when I was 11, and haven’t set my paddle down since.
Off the Water
When I am not paddling, I can be found studying Oceanography and American Sign Language, running, cooking, exploring the outdoors, and dreaming of dogs.