2015 U.S. U23 National Team & 2015 Senior World Championships Team Member
2015 ICF Canoe Slalom Junior & U23 World Championships: 9th in C1 and 7th in team race
2015 US National Team Trials: 4th in C1
2014 US National Championships: 2nd in C1
BRONZE at 2011 Vadja Teen Cup No. 1 (Bratislava, Slovakia) in U18 Men's C1
12th at 2010 Junior World Championships
3rd at 2010 U.S. National Championships
3rd at 2009 U.S. National Championships
2015 World Cup No. 4: 36th in C1
2015 World Cup No. 3: 42nd in C1
2015 World Cup No. 2: 38th in C1
2015 World Cup No. 1: 35th in C1
2014 World Cup No. 2: 26th in C1
2014 ICF Junior & Under 23 World Championships: 15th in C1, 7th in C2 with Zach Lokken
2014 U.S. National Team Trials: 6th in C1
2014 U.S. Open: 4th in C1
2013 U-23 World Championships: 31st in C1
Hobbies: Snowboarding, lacrosse, automotive restoration, and waterskiing
Quote: "Se vuoi puoi" - Italian for "if you want"
How'd you get started? My uncle, Michael Mariorenzi, paddled big whitewater while doing his general surgery residency. One day as a young child I came across some of his old pictures and became enthralled with whitewater kayaking.
Role model: My grandfather, A. Louis Mariorenzi, because he came from nothing and is a self-made man.
Tyler started paddling slalom with Front Range Paddling Association. He now trains with former Olympian Scott Shipley. Tyler is from Boulder, Colorado and currently attends Texas State University in San Marcos. He will graduate in the spring of 2016. Tyler has been a member of the US Junior National Slalom team during the 2008-2010 seasons. He suffered a dangerous blood infection during the summer of 2012 causing him to miss his first Under 23 World championships in Wausau WI. After his illness he moved to Rome Italy to study and continue training for a few years. Aside from Slalom, Tyler enjoys having BBQ’s with his friends and playing lacrosse.
Zach Lokken (Durango, Colo.) placed 9th in the Under-23 men’s canoe final on Sunday, as the Junior Slalom World Championships came to a close. The 19-year-old finished with a time of 116.84, including 3 gate touch penalties. His time was +11.47 seconds behind the first place finisher – Patrik Gajarsky of host country Slovakia.