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Ninja Warrior 2019

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Ninja Warrior 2019

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Share training tips, organize events, and find other people training for the show near you. Join today! Find a Ninja Warrior competition or meet-and-greet event near you.

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Since then, he has fared the best in odd-numbered seasons, reaching Stage 2 in Seasons 5, 7, and 9. He fell on the Wave Runner in Season 9.

He was able to qualify for Vegas for the 6th time in his career but timed out when climbing the cargo net at the end of Stage 1. Last season, he fell on the penultimate obstacles in the Minneapolis City Qualifiers and City Finals.

Hunter completed Stage 1 for the second straight season but splashed down on Deja Vu. The Godfather has taken part in every season of American Ninja Warrior.

He qualified for Vegas but fell on Stage 1 in Seasons 4, 5, 6, and 7. He barely missed qualifying in Season 8 but came back stronger than ever in Season 9.

David completed Stage 1 and made it to Wingnut Alley in Stage 2. Season 10 was been one of his best yet. His best year was in Season 8 when he made it all the way to Stage 2 in Vegas.

His fall on the Spin Hopper in the Indianapolis Qualifiers last year was the first time he failed to complete a City Qualifiers course. He made up for it in the City Finals by punching his ticket back to Vegas and hitting the first City Finals buzzer of his career.

His strong season continued when he completed Stage 1 and made it all the way to Wingnut Alley on Stage 2. Last year, Grant was a victim of location.

He made it to the 9th obstacle in the LA City Finals, but did not qualify for Vegas because he did not make it there fast enough. Ninjas from other cities like Philadelphia only had to get past the 4th obstacle in the City Finals to make it to Vegas.

The younger age limit in ANW this year gave him the opportunity to compete and he made the most of it, completing both the Dallas City Qualifiers and City Finals courses.

JJ rebounded from a shocking early fall in the Season 8 City Qualifiers to qualify for Vegas in Season 9 for the fourth time.

He has reached Stage 2 in each of his last three trips to Vegas in Seasons 6, 7, and 9. Woods fell on Wingnut Alley in Season 9.

Eric is a student at the University of Minnesota who has an affinity for insects. Memorably, he bet announcers Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila that they would eat a deep-fried tarantula if he completed the Minnesota Qualification course.

Eric held up his end of the deal. Matt and Akbar followed through as well, with both making hilariously disgusted faces as they bit into the spider.

Eric has been a very successful ninja in his three seasons. He has reached Vegas in each of the last three seasons, timing out on the Flying Squirrel in Season 8 then conquering Stage 1 and falling on the Wave Runner in Season 9.

Last season he once again completed Stage 1 and fell on Deja Vu on Stage 2. On Stage 2, he was one of many ninjas to fall victim to Wingnut Alley.

Last year, he repeated the feat of completing the Qualifying course in Dallas and took it one step farther by conquering the City Finals course as well.

Drew had an emotional Season 9, competing with his younger brother Dalton who had recently overcome cancer. Last year, he fell in a City Qualifying course for the first time ever, but was good enough to make the Minneapolis City Finals.

He made it to the Iron Maiden and qualified for Vegas for the second straight season. Drew repeated his performance in Vegas, conquering Stage 1 but coming up short on Wingnut Alley.

Isaac was the first competitor to win American Ninja Warrior. Isaac completed the climb in a faster time and was crowned as the Champion of Season 7.

Following his Total Victory, he took two seasons off from competition but returned in Season Last year he showed his ninja prowess was still there as he completed the Indianapolis Qualifying course.

However, he slipped up on Block Run in the City Finals, ending his comeback run. Abel started as a walk-on in Season 6 and made it all the way to Stage 2.

He followed that up with a brilliant Season 7 where he made it all the way to Stage 3 and fell on the Ultimate Cliffhanger.

An early fall ended his run in the 8th season but he came back strong in Season 9, making it to Stage 2 once more and falling on Wingnut Alley.

Season 10 saw Abel make his fourth trip to Vegas but fall for the first time on Stage 1, being derailed by the Double Dipper. Last season, he has a friendly competition with Brett Sims to see who will make it the farthest and the loser has to shave his beard.

In his 6th appearance in the Vegas Finals, Ryan made it farther than Brett and saved his beard, but did not complete Stage 1, falling on Jeep Run.

Previously, he had reached Stage 2 three times. Meagan has been one of the top female competitors on American Ninja Warrior for quite some time.

She burst onto the scene in Season 6 when she became the third woman ever to conquer the Warped Wall. She repeated the feat in Seasons 7 and 8 as well.

Meagan has made five straight appearance in the Vegas Finals. In Season 9, she conquered the Vegas Warped Wall for the first time in her career but timed out shortly after.

Last season she once again fell on Stage 1, falling on the Jumping Spider. Meagan also has been a noteworthy competitor in team competitions. She was undefeated in head-to-head races until she lost to Jesse LaBreck in the finals of Ninja vs Ninja.

Karson has competed since Season 5 and has reached the Vegas Finals four times. He has reached Stage 2 in his three prior appearances in Vegas in Seasons 7, 9, and Travis has been competing since Season 2 and reached the Vegas Finals each of the last 7 seasons.

His best year came in Season 5 when he reached Stage 3, falling on the Floating Boards. He rebounded from that fall to get back to Stage 2 last year, falling on Wingnut Alley.

Since the current format of American Ninja Warrior competition was adopted, Travis has never fallen on a City Qualifiers course.

Travis had one of the worst falls of Season 10 when he slipped off the Double Dipper and broke his ankle when his foot jammed into the landing pad.

Adam is a concrete worker from Arizona with insane grip strength. He reached Stage 2 in all three of his seasons competing on American Ninja Warrior.

Like so many others he fell on Wingnut Alley in Season 9 after being one of just 9 competitors to complete a City Finals course.

He completed the LA City Finals course for the second straight year and conquered Stage 1 for the third time.

After a slip-up in the Minneapolis City Qualifiers he completed the City Finals course with the fastest time of the night. Last year was his third straight season reaching the Vegas Finals.

He fell on the Flying Squirrel in Season 8 but came back to complete Stage 1 in Season 9 when he made it all the way to the Wingnuts on Stage 2.

Season 10 came to an end much like Season 8 when Jon fell on the Twist and Fly, unable to make the transition to the cargo net. Chris has competed since Season 2 and had an excellent year after taking Season 9 off due to a near-death experience where he almost drowned in Lake Michigan.

He kept up his speed in the City Finals and once again completed the course with the fastest time of the night. Chris made his fourth trip to Vegas where he once again completed Stage 1 as he had in every prior appearance.

Each heat consisted of three competitors one competitor from each team. In each heat, the competitor who completed the course or made it the furthest in the fastest time received points for their team: one point for each heat in Stage One, two points for each heat in Stage Two, and three points for each heat in Stage Three.

The points were cumulated in the three stages, and the team who got the highest points would be the ANW champions. If there were at least two teams who got the same highest points, those teams would send one member each to scale the Stage Four tower of Mt.

Whoever reached the top of the tower in the fastest time, their respective team would be the ANW Champions. There was no time limit to complete all the stages.

Japan for the fastest time in Stage 1, beating Steffenson's time of However, Tim Shieff beat Moravsky's time in a subsequent heat by finishing in Travis Rosen achieved the fastest time by an American on Stage 2 with Yusuke Morimoto made ANW history by becoming the first athlete to ever finish Stage 3 with a time of Stefano Ghisolfi also completed Stage 3 in the same heat, beating Morimoto's time finishing in Ryo Matachi followed by becoming the third athlete to complete Stage 3 with a time of In the last run of Stage 3, Brian Arnold became the second American athlete to complete the thirdstage after Kane Kosugi did it in Sasuke 8 with a time of For the first time in ANW history, the athletes competed on Stage 4.

Travis Rosen was selected as the first competitor on ANW to attempt the final stage and he made it all the way up Midoriyama's foot tower with a foot rope with a time of Rosen missed on his first attempt at hitting the buzzer at the end of the rope climb.

Champions: Team Europe. It was the second such worldwide special to unite ANW alumni, Sasuke all-stars, and European competitors for the season 7 finale.

The 3-hour special aired on January 31, , on NBC. On Stage 1, Drew Drechsel gets the fastest time of the season with a time of On Stage 3, in the last heat, Yusuke Morimoto was the only member of Team Japan to finish this stage with a time of However, Sean McColl got a faster time with Caldiero brought his team to victory with an impressive time of The 3-hour special episode aired on June 4, ; it was unofficially the first episode of season 8.

Each team competed in three heats on each stage. Each heat win on stage one was worth one point. Stage 2 was worth two points.

And on stage 3 was worth 3 points. If there was a tie the two teams would race side-by-side up the 80 foot climb of stage 4 of Mt. The World competition.

A fifth USA vs. The World special aired for 3 hours on March 11, Team USA members wore blue T-shirts and shorts. Competitors included 3-time USA vs.

The World. Team Europe members wore green T-shirts and shorts. Team Latin America members wore yellow T-shirts and shorts.

Competitors included freerunners Danee Marmolejo and Karl Fow, who returned for their second appearance, as well as professional rock climbers, Marco Jubes and Sebastian Prieto, who made their first appearance on the NBC special.

Team Asia competed for the first time, with members wearing red T-shirts and shorts. Competitors included Yusuke Morimoto, who returned for his 3rd appearance, and first under the Team Asia banner.

He had twice competed for Team Japan in late and Another returning Team Japan member was Tomohiro Kawaguchi, who returned for his 2nd appearance.

He had previously competed for Team Japan in Thuc Le also made his first USA vs. There were two heats during Stage One and Two in which one athlete from each team would run.

The runner who went the furthest the fastest won three points for their team, second place won two points, and third place won one point.

Last place received zero points. The three highest-scoring teams at the end of the two stages advanced to Stage Three, while the team with the fewest points was eliminated.

While there was a time limit for Stage One, there was no time limit for Stage Two. The scoreboard was reset at the beginning of Stage Three, which also included two heats.

The runner who went the furthest the fastest won their team two points, while second place won their team one point.

The two highest-scoring teams at the end of Stage Three would move on to Stage Four, while the team with the fewest points was eliminated.

Fow was the only one to complete the course. Team Latin America won the heat. Team USA won the heat. At the end of both heats, the points totals were added.

Jubes and Morimoto both fell at the Swing Surfer. As McColl finished fastest, Team Europe won the heat.

Team Asia had the fewest points and was eliminated. Drechsel and Verdasco both fell on the Ultimate Cliffhanger, while Jubes fell on the first obstacle, the Floating Boards.

All 3 fell on the Ultimate Cliffhanger. Team Latin America had 0 points and was eliminated.

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JJ rebounded from a shocking early fall in the Season 8 City Qualifiers to qualify for Vegas in Season 9 for the fourth time. He has reached Stage 2 in each of his last three trips to Vegas in Seasons 6, 7, and 9.

Woods fell on Wingnut Alley in Season 9. Eric is a student at the University of Minnesota who has an affinity for insects.

Memorably, he bet announcers Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila that they would eat a deep-fried tarantula if he completed the Minnesota Qualification course.

Eric held up his end of the deal. Matt and Akbar followed through as well, with both making hilariously disgusted faces as they bit into the spider.

Eric has been a very successful ninja in his three seasons. He has reached Vegas in each of the last three seasons, timing out on the Flying Squirrel in Season 8 then conquering Stage 1 and falling on the Wave Runner in Season 9.

Last season he once again completed Stage 1 and fell on Deja Vu on Stage 2. On Stage 2, he was one of many ninjas to fall victim to Wingnut Alley.

Last year, he repeated the feat of completing the Qualifying course in Dallas and took it one step farther by conquering the City Finals course as well.

Drew had an emotional Season 9, competing with his younger brother Dalton who had recently overcome cancer.

Last year, he fell in a City Qualifying course for the first time ever, but was good enough to make the Minneapolis City Finals.

He made it to the Iron Maiden and qualified for Vegas for the second straight season. Drew repeated his performance in Vegas, conquering Stage 1 but coming up short on Wingnut Alley.

Isaac was the first competitor to win American Ninja Warrior. Isaac completed the climb in a faster time and was crowned as the Champion of Season 7.

Following his Total Victory, he took two seasons off from competition but returned in Season Last year he showed his ninja prowess was still there as he completed the Indianapolis Qualifying course.

However, he slipped up on Block Run in the City Finals, ending his comeback run. Abel started as a walk-on in Season 6 and made it all the way to Stage 2.

He followed that up with a brilliant Season 7 where he made it all the way to Stage 3 and fell on the Ultimate Cliffhanger. An early fall ended his run in the 8th season but he came back strong in Season 9, making it to Stage 2 once more and falling on Wingnut Alley.

Season 10 saw Abel make his fourth trip to Vegas but fall for the first time on Stage 1, being derailed by the Double Dipper. Last season, he has a friendly competition with Brett Sims to see who will make it the farthest and the loser has to shave his beard.

In his 6th appearance in the Vegas Finals, Ryan made it farther than Brett and saved his beard, but did not complete Stage 1, falling on Jeep Run.

Previously, he had reached Stage 2 three times. Meagan has been one of the top female competitors on American Ninja Warrior for quite some time.

She burst onto the scene in Season 6 when she became the third woman ever to conquer the Warped Wall. She repeated the feat in Seasons 7 and 8 as well.

Meagan has made five straight appearance in the Vegas Finals. In Season 9, she conquered the Vegas Warped Wall for the first time in her career but timed out shortly after.

Last season she once again fell on Stage 1, falling on the Jumping Spider. Meagan also has been a noteworthy competitor in team competitions.

She was undefeated in head-to-head races until she lost to Jesse LaBreck in the finals of Ninja vs Ninja. Karson has competed since Season 5 and has reached the Vegas Finals four times.

He has reached Stage 2 in his three prior appearances in Vegas in Seasons 7, 9, and Travis has been competing since Season 2 and reached the Vegas Finals each of the last 7 seasons.

His best year came in Season 5 when he reached Stage 3, falling on the Floating Boards. He rebounded from that fall to get back to Stage 2 last year, falling on Wingnut Alley.

Since the current format of American Ninja Warrior competition was adopted, Travis has never fallen on a City Qualifiers course.

Travis had one of the worst falls of Season 10 when he slipped off the Double Dipper and broke his ankle when his foot jammed into the landing pad.

Adam is a concrete worker from Arizona with insane grip strength. He reached Stage 2 in all three of his seasons competing on American Ninja Warrior.

Like so many others he fell on Wingnut Alley in Season 9 after being one of just 9 competitors to complete a City Finals course.

He completed the LA City Finals course for the second straight year and conquered Stage 1 for the third time. After a slip-up in the Minneapolis City Qualifiers he completed the City Finals course with the fastest time of the night.

Last year was his third straight season reaching the Vegas Finals. He fell on the Flying Squirrel in Season 8 but came back to complete Stage 1 in Season 9 when he made it all the way to the Wingnuts on Stage 2.

Season 10 came to an end much like Season 8 when Jon fell on the Twist and Fly, unable to make the transition to the cargo net.

Chris has competed since Season 2 and had an excellent year after taking Season 9 off due to a near-death experience where he almost drowned in Lake Michigan.

He kept up his speed in the City Finals and once again completed the course with the fastest time of the night. Chris made his fourth trip to Vegas where he once again completed Stage 1 as he had in every prior appearance.

He has yet to conquer Stage 2, though last season he came the closest yet, falling on Wingnut Alley. Kevin was another walk-on who had one of the most memorable moments in ANW history.

In Season 6 as a rookie he was the first ninja to beat Cannonball Alley by grabbing the third ball between his knees and swinging upside down to the landing pad.

Since then, Kevin has used his platform as a well-known ninja to build awareness for alopecia. His best year came in Season 7 when he made it to Stage 3 and fell on the Ultimate Cliffhanger.

He has reached the Vegas Finals in five straight seasons. After reaching Wingnut Alley in Season 9, he continued a trend of failing Stage 1 in even-numbered seasons as he did in Seasons 6 and 8 , falling on the transition to the cargo net off the Twist and Fly.

Thomas burst onto the scene in Season 7 when he made it to Stage 2 as a rookie. Thomas completed the Dallas Qualification course last year but fell on the new Fallout obstacle.

For the fourth straight season he completed Stage 1 but once again could not conquer Stage 2, falling on Deja Vu.

According to his Instagram page, Thomas was shockingly not selected to compete this season. The acrobat made his debut in Season 7 where he was the only finisher in the Venice City Finals course.

He has qualified for Vegas in all four of his seasons and has made it to Stage 2 each of the last three years. He continued to have success in the competition last, completing both the Los Angeles Qualifiers and City Finals courses.

Nicholas completed Stage 1 once again but for the second straight year fell on the Criss-Cross Salmon Ladder on Stage 2. Jake is a fun-loving competitor who has pulled some crazy stuff on the course, such as doing a canonball into the water after completing Stage 1 as a rookie in Season 7 and biting into a corn dog after repeating his Stage 1 success in Season 8.

After a shocking early fall in Season 9, Jake had a bounce-back year in Season 10, completing both the Minneapolis Qualification and City Finals courses.

In his three trips to the Vegas Finals, he has cleared Stage 1 every time. The Competition took place on all three stages of Mt.

Midoriyama stage 4 , with the final two teams racing side-by-side up the 80 foot tower to become world champions and claim the ANW trophy. Team USA, featuring two top female competitors on their team faced the defending champions Team Europe and all of new team from Australia.

One athlete from each team competed in each heat. First place gets 2 points; second place gets 1 point and third place gets 0 points.

At the end, only the two highest ranked teams advance to stage 4 for a climb-off. This made it the fastest time on Stage One in this season. Labreck is only the second woman to achieve this feat, following in the footsteps of stuntwoman Jessie Graff from two years ago.

Team Australia Ashlin Herbert to rope climb the 80 foot tower of Mt. Despite Herbert's team putting a bucket of beer at the top for extra motivation, it was Drechsel who completed the climb in a time of The seventh competition aired on January 26, It featured competitors from the United States, Europe, and Australia.

Every team had one female competitor. The Australian premiere broadcast was heavily edited to remove most of the footage of Drew Drechsel; due to current US legal proceedings.

On Stage One, first place got 2 points, second place got 1 point and third place got 0 points. On Stage Two, first place got 3 points, second place got 2 points and third place got 1 point.

On Stage Three, first place got 5 points, second place got 3 point and third place got 1 point. This made her only the fourth woman overall to finish Stage One.

Her time was 2. Despite Drew Drechsel injuring his left hand and wrist on Stage Three, he muscled through and completed the course, putting Team USA in first place and eliminating Team Europe who was in third place in overall points.

However, Dreschel's injury caused him to bow out of the final stage, the foot rope climb. Klein made it up the rope faster and won it for Team Australia, their first championship in only two appearances.

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Many gyms hold events open to all fans and competitors. Get involved in the community and participate. Join the first ever athletic association for the sport of Ninja Warrior.

Get exclusive access to Ninja Warrior events and nationwide competitions or become a certified Ninja Warrior training facility and promote your gym.

From starting in Japan back in intended as a TV show, Ninja Warrior Sasuke has grown to encompass an entire sport.

Our site is dedicated to offering resources and information to gyms and competitors involved in the sport aspect American Ninja Warrior.

We hope to promote obstacle course training as a new means of fitness and connect the tens of thousands of fans, competitors, and production crew together.

If you are looking to get your own Ninja Warrior obstacles for a commercial facility or just for personal training, we have exactly what you need.

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