Aidan Considine

Team: Paul Mitchell

Date of Birth: April 22, 2002

Style: Kenpo

Specialty: Extreme Forms and Weapons

Hometown: Plainview, NY

Location: Baltimore, MD

Experience: 14 Years


Aidan Considine is known for the style and speed of his extreme forms and bo staff routines. His bo routines have a particularly unique style because of his preference to perform release tricks with his left hand, despite displaying right-handed striking techniques. In the extreme forms division, he sets himself apart with high-speed creative hand techniques and long, difficult tricking combinations. His talents have earned him over fifteen NASKA world championships.

Considine will begin his undergraduate education at Loyola University Maryland in autumn of 2020 and is focused on making sport karate and tricking more well-known in the sports industry.

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