Having started the sport in 2018 at 17 years old, in just over a year he went on to the World Champs 2019 representing Team UK OCR
Starting with a Tough Mudder in July 2018 at 17. Aden impressed the crowd with his incredible skills in his first ever race. Continuing to train hard Aden had his eyes on the 2019 World Champs. Only a year to train for the biggest OCR event. Aden continued to impress and had incredible performance in races in the build up to 2019 World Champs. At 18 he ranked in the top 20 in the Nuclear Races League. Though having a knee injury in May 2019 he still had his eyes set. After not being able to train for eight weeks Aden worked harder then ever. All this hard work & determination got Aden a place in the World Champs at an age of 18. Being one of the youngest to race pro's he fought hard. Though the placement in the race was not near the top, many pro racers including Lindsay Webster & Ryan Atkins said he's got a very bright future in the sport ahead of him.