Position:    Lead
 Delivers:    Right-handed
 Born:    April 29, 1988, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
 Hometown:    Duluth, Minn.
 Occupation:    Student
 Family:    Single
 Year started curling:    2000
   5'11 feet
 Weight:    160 pounds
  • World Junior Championships: 2009 (bronze), 2008 (gold), 2007 (5th) 
  • U.S. National Club Championships: 2006 (5th)
  • U.S. Junior National Championships: 2009 (champion), 2008 (champion), 2007 (champion), 2005 (5th), 2004 (5th)
  • U.S. Junior Nationals All-Star Team: 2008
  • 2008 USA Curling Team of the Year
  • Winter World University Games Playdown: 2011 (runner-up)
  • Illinois State Junior Playdowns: 2004 (champions)
  • Minnesota Junior Men's Championships: 2009 (champion), 2008 (champion), 2007 (champion), 2006 (runner-up), 2002 (3rd)
  • Minnesota State Championships: 2006 (runner-up)
  • U-18 International Bonspiel: 2006 (9th), 2005 (5th)
  • St. Paul Men's International: 2004 (1st place, second event)
  • Kyle Satrom Junior Bonspiel (St. Paul, Minn.): 2005, 2004, 2003 (champion each year)
  • World Junior B Championships: 2004 (5th)
  • Centerville Junior State Open: 2003 (champion)
  • National Junior B Playdown: 2003 (champion)
  • Minnesota High School Championships: 2005 (champion), 2003 (runner-up), 2002 (champion)
  • Bert Payne Junior Bonspiel (Duluth, Minn.): 2006 (champion), 2003 (1st place, B event)

About Aanders Brorson:

Curls out of: Duluth Curling Club

Curling start: "When I was 12 years old I told my dad that I didn't want to play hockey anymore. Before the hockey season was done he suggested to me that I come over to the curling club and throw a few rocks with him. That year I finished out the hockey season and curling season. The next year it was all curling and only recreational hockey."

Curling family: His dad and sister also curl.

Other sports: Baseball

Hobbies: Riding BMX, listening to music

Something unique: "I was born in Canada (but I'm a U.S. citizen); I am double-jointed; and I have hitchhiker thumbs!"

Travel: "I have lived in one province, five states and eight cities. I have probably visited or driven through five provinces and 15 states. I am happy living in Duluth for now and hope my dad stops changing jobs!"