Aaron Brock, Director of Sports Medicine and Performance to the U.S. National Teams
Athletic Trainer to the U.S. Men's National Team
Aaron Brock of Storm Lake, Iowa, is in his eighth year in 2013 as the full-time certified athletic trainer for the U.S. Men’s National Team at its headquarters at the American Sports Centers in Anaheim, Calif.
In 2009, he added the title of Director of Sports Medicine and Performance to the U.S. National Teams. He oversees sports medicin for both the U.S. Men's and Women's National Teams.
In 2008, he was working with the U.S. Men's Team as it won the Olympic gold medal in Beijing and its first FIVB World League title.
The U.S. Men’s Team had its best season of the next four-year Olympic quadrennial in 2012 as it achieved a 5-0 match record to win the NORCECA Men’s Continental Olympic Qualification Tournament on May 7-12 in Long Beach, Calif. The U.S. Men won their pool in the 2012 FIVB World League. The team advanced to the Final Round where it won the silver medal.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, the U.S. Men again won their pool, advancing to the quarterfinals where they fell to Italy. They finished tied for fifth.
Before joining the U.S. Men’s Team in 2006, Aaron worked with the U.S. Water Polo Team at the 2003 Pan American Games and the 2004 Olympic Games. He also has experience with high school and NCAA Division I and Division III sports teams as well as professional football and basketball teams.
Aaron, who was a four-sport high school athlete in Storm Lake, Iowa, went to the University of Iowa for both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Aaron lives in Tustin, Calif., with his wife Kelly and their three children, Noah, Cameron and Bayla.