Austin Gray once did a 62.5 inch standing box jump

Get to know one of season 10’s breakout rookies. Austin Gray is not only an #AmericanNinjaWarrior, he’s a world record holder too. Hear what it took to earn this title. Subscribe now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts! https://t.co/sM2R6JDowY pic.twitter.com/XZluFYYhJU — Ninja Warrior (@ninjawarrior) August 28, 2018 Over the course of season 10, we’ve learned a lot about rookie Austin Gray’s generosity. While in the middle of preparing for his first American Ninja Warrior season, waiting for the call to compete, he donated his kidney to one of his best friends. The recovery cut into his training time before he would […]

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Jamie Rahn put adaptability on display with his shoeless run

No shoes? No problem. Jamie Rahn just snagged his fourth finish on Stage One of the American Ninja Warrior National Finals. And he did it in style. While Jamie is known as a Ninja who can definitely handle the obstacles, he was thrown an extra curve ball when the trampoline of the Propeller Bar, just the second obstacle, yanked off his shoe. Floating in the air with the breeze between his toes, Jamie had to make sure he stayed focused or this season was over. But he did tell us earlier in the year that adaptability is something he works […]

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Daniel Gil’s season really couldn’t be going much better

He hasn’t faltered for a second. There’s a having a good season on American Ninja Warrior. Then there’s having a Daniel Gil season on Ninja Warrior. So far during season 10, Daniel has had the fastest finish in the Dallas Qualifiers and the City Finals. He scored the $10K Mega Wall and he hit the buzzer on Stage One of the National Finals. The only “snag” so far was when Daniel came in second place during the first night of competition on Stage one. But he was beaten by Mathis Owhadi, who has been trained by Daniel Gil for years. […]

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National Finals: Stage one finishers

They better get ready. Next up is Stage Two. Here are the Ninjas advancing to Stage Two. We’ll update this once the full results become available after the second night airs on September 3. Night one Night one of the American Ninja Warrior National finals was a sucker-punch to the heart. Travis Rosen was injured. Allyssa Beird fell on the first obstacle. Joe Moravsky and a legion of other Ninjas fell on the Double Dipper. But through it all, 12 Ninjas muscled to the buzzer, including stunningly fast runs from Mathis Owhadi and Daniel Gil. You can find a recap […]

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Watch Jamie Rahn take on Stage One without shoes

Shoes. Who needs ‘em? Spoiler Alert! Full run from night one of the National Finals. LEAK: Jamie Rahn – American Ninja Warrior Nothing keeps Jamie Rahn Ninja Warrior from hitting a buzzer, not even losing a shoe. Vegas Finals begin MONDAY 8/7c on NBC. Posted by Ninja Warrior on Friday, August 24, 2018 Anything can happen on the American Ninja Warrior course. ANYTHING. As a veteran competitor, Jamie Rahn knows this well. He knows never to underestimate an obstacle. He knows the course can shock you at any moment. He probably didn’t think he’d be running Stage One of the […]

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How to watch night one of the National Finals

The first half of the field takes on Stage One on August 27. After all the twists and turns of the City Qualifiers and Finals, we’ve arrived. It’s time for the action to move to Las Vegas for the National Finals. Stages One, Two, and Three are set, with the intimidating rope climb of Stage Four looming in the background. On Monday, August 27, the first half of the field of 97 Ninjas will take on Stage One. Don’t miss it! Episode: National Finals: Night one – Stage One Start time: Monday, August 27, 8/7c on NBC Live Streaming: Stream […]

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Get to know Allyson Felix, 9-time Olympic medalist and Ninja Warrior Weekly’s host

In the digital series, Allyson has analyzed each episode this season. Ask Allyson Felix when we’ll see her on the American Ninja Warrior course and she’ll heartily laugh before her definitive answer. “No. I definitely know where my talent lies. And it’s not on a Ninja course. I feel like all the things that make a Ninja great, the upper body strength, the balance. I feel like those aren’t things I’m great at. I’m going to stick to what I know.” What Allyson knows is track and field, and she knows it well. The 400-meter, 4×400-meter sprinter has nine Olympic […]

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Sean Darling-Hammond walks the walk when it comes to being the Giving Ninja

It’s his life’s work to help others. .@BendItToJustice shares the moment his life commandment changed for the better. #AmericanNinjaWarrior Subscribe now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts! https://t.co/sM2R6JDowY pic.twitter.com/F4Vgvye7Pi — Ninja Warrior (@ninjawarrior) August 21, 2018 Sean Darling-Hammond likes to be known as the Giving Ninja. It’s his mission in life to give back to those around him. One of the ways he does this is through Neighborhood Ninjas, an organization that partners with Ninja gyms to provide access for the kids who need it the most. He also changed his whole career to make sure his efforts would benefit others. […]

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Lance Pekus is enjoying a ‘rejuvenated’ season

He’s at ease on the course, knowing Heather is there to support him. Lance Pekus is heading back to the American Ninja Warrior National Finals for the second year in a row. The Cowboy Ninja is no stranger to the pressures of Las Vegas. This will make his fifth trip to the final four stages. During that time, Lance and his family were dealing with his wife Heather’s multiple sclerosis. It was something the family kept to themselves for a long time. They finally shared the information publicly during season nine’s National Finals. Lance told us earlier this year that […]

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Joe Moravsky on City Finals: ‘I want to finish the whole stinking course’

He did NOT want a repeat of season eight. In Joe Moravsky’s five previous seasons on American Ninja Warrior, he’s only tasted defeat at the hands of a City Finals course once. Back in Philadelphia during season eight, no one summited the final climb. As Joe told us at the start of the season, he hasn’t forgotten that feeling. “I don’t want to have a repeat of Philly two years ago. I want to finish the whole stinking course. I’m still a little salty about season eight. But I’ve said all along, all these years, one obstacle at a time. […]

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