Resides: Winnipeg, MBBirthplace: The Pas, MBBorn: March 31, 1988Height: 6'3"Occupation: Student
Club Team: N/ACoach: Jerry TonelloNational Team: 2009; 2013-PresentBegan Wheelchair Basketball: 2008Classification: 4.0
Aaron Moseley-Williams was introduced to wheelchair basketball by Manitoba provincial coach Mandy Johnson, who stopped him at a mall and asked him to give the sport a try. He has been hooked ever since and particularly enjoys the speed and intense pace of wheelchair basketball.
Under the wing of Johnson and her brother Bill, who happens to coach the Canadian women’s wheelchair basketball team, Moseley-Williams steadily honed his court skills in Winnipeg before carving his own path toward the national team.
Merely a year after discovering the sport, Moseley-Williams made his debut with Team Canada at the 2009 world junior championship in Paris, France.
He says the opportunity to represent Canada is the ultimate goal of an athlete in any sport, and after that brief stint with the junior team Moseley-Williams set his sights on earning a roster spot with the senior men’s national team. He accomplished that feat in 2013.
“I look forward to sporting my nation’s flag as myself and my teammates do battle on the international stage to keep Canada on top yet again,” he says.
Upon completing his studies at the University of Winnipeg, Moseley-Williams hopes to pursue a Masters degree and join a collegiate wheelchair basketball program in the United States to further develop his game.
2013: 6th place at Americas Cup in Bogota, Colombia (Team Canada)... 2nd place at Kitakyushu Champions Cup in Kitakyushu, Japan (Team Canada)... 5th place at Easter Tournament in Blankenberge, Belgium (Team Canada)...
2011: 4th place at Canada Games with Team Manitoba in Halifax, NS (domestic)…
2010: 4th place at National Championships with Team Manitoba in Saskatoon, SK (domestic)… 3rd place at National Junior Championship with Team Manitoba in Montreal, QC (domestic)…
2009: 8th place at Men’s U23 World Championship in Paris, France (Team Canada)… 4th place at National Championships with Team Manitoba in Montreal, QC (domestic)… 1st place at Junior West Regional Championship with Team Manitoba & named MVP in Edmonton, AB (domestic)…
2008: 3rd place at Junior West Regional Championship with Team Manitoba & named All-Star in Winnipeg, MB (domestic)…