Look back at season 10: The Miami course

The City Finals course was so tough that only three Ninjas reached the buzzer. American Ninja Warrior’s Miami episodes were thrilling. Jessie Graff completed the Qualifying course. 10 year veteran Ryan Stratis claimed the Mega Wall prize. In the City Finals, we were shocked as 10 Ninjas fell on the second obstacle, Cannonball Drop. Jessie made it to the ninth obstacle and little did we know that was the last time we’d see her this season. While Drew Drechsel didn’t hit the buzzer, surprisingly, he was through the National Finals. Only three Ninjas would complete the course in this City […]

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Look back at season 10: The Dallas course

We saw the Mega Wall conquered for the first time. American Ninja Warrior kicked off its 10th season in Dallas, TX. During the Qualifiers, Daniel Gil showed us that the Mega Wall was possible. Mathis Owhadi proved the 19-year-olds were out to make a name for themselves. In the City Finals, the Nail Clipper returned with a vengeance. Five Ninjas made their way to the buzzer. Go through all the action with these articles: The course: Floating Steps (Qualifiers) Cooper Neill/NBC Archer Steps (City Finals) Catch and Release Cooper Neill/NBC Bouncing Spider Cooper Neill/NBC Tuning Forks (Qualifiers) Cooper Neill/NBC Broken […]

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Look back at season 10: The Los Angeles course

The city featured nine finishers and some extra dinosaurs. American Ninja Warrior’s visit to Los Angeles was definitely a Hollywood affair. The Qualifiers had an epic Jurassic World theme, complete with dinosaurs stalking the course. The first of the City Finals episodes to debut, LA introduced us to the new finale obstacle, the Spider Trap. The City Finals also included a new obstacle, the Baton Pass that required precision just as muscles were reaching fatigue. Nine Ninjas completed that course, the highest of the season. Review all the action with these articles: The course: Floating Steps (Qualifiers) Tyler Golden/NBC Archer […]

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Jesse Labreck: ‘This is what Ninja is. Falling, getting back up’

Her Stage One run closed her Season 10 as the farthest advancing woman and as a top Ninja once more. Jesse Labreck stepped up to Stage One of the American Ninja Warrior National Finals with the absolute intention of going as far as possible. In seasons eight and nine, Jesse Graff and then Allyssa Beird cleared the first stage of the National Finals. This year, the fans hoped more than one woman would make an appearance on Stage Two. Jesse, as one of the strongest Ninjas since her debut in season eight, was an easy pick for one of those […]

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Who does Apple call in a crisis? A Ninja Warrior, duh

They tapped Cassie Craig to save their presentation. Tech lovers live for days like September 12. When huge giants like Apple host lavish events to debut new phones and gadgets that we’ll all be clamoring for shortly here. Apple started its most recent event off with a bit of drama. CEO Tim Cook seemingly sent an accidental Tweet saying, “No. Who can get it here quickly?” In reality, it was a little ploy to lead into their presentation’s intro. The video featured an Apple employee sprinting with the all-important briefcase across the Apple campus. We shrieked a little when we […]

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Ninja Warrior’s crew and competitors share their favorite moments

They shared their thoughts with Allyson Felix for Ninja Warrior Weekly. Allyson Felix closed out her first season as host of American Ninja Warrior Weekly by taking us through the epic season finale. Allyson had tons of Ninjas and the hosts to share their personal favorite moments from the year. That was to ease us into revisiting the shocks of Stage Two, including a walk through of the Water Walls. After a quick recap of the new Last Ninja Standing rule, we got one more look at Drew Drechsel and Sean Bryan’s Stage Three runs. Thank you to Olympian Allyson […]

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Jake Murray talks about the casting video that got him on the course

He broke down the dance for Matt and Akbar. Ever wonder what inspired @ammurrycan’s infamous pre-run dance moves? Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts! https://t.co/sM2R6JUZVy pic.twitter.com/IDGHUsncWU — Ninja Warrior (@ninjawarrior) September 11, 2018 Jake Murray’s American Ninja Warrior season might be over, but he’s not done entertaining us. Jake stopped by the Ninja Warrior podcast to chat with Matt and Akbar and they had to go over Jake’s hilarious season seven audition video. In case you haven’t seen it, here ya go. Flustered with the walk-on line experience, Jake decided to make an impression on the casting team that wouldn’t be […]

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Najee Richardson on the run that broke all our hearts

It all came down to just a few lost seconds. Najee Richardson has enjoyed a well-earned awesome season on American Ninja Warrior. He completed both Philadelphia courses and was one of the few Ninjas to beat the 18 foot Mega Wall, earning $10,000. At the National Finals, he beat Stage One for the second time in a row. During season nine, Najee was one of the three Ninjas to advance to Stage Three, going out on the Ultimate Cliffhanger. Najee wanted to get back to that obstacle and exact his revenge. But his season 10 run on Stage Two delivered […]

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American Ninja Warrior finale: Full results and all competitors

Stages Two and Three were a masterclass in pain. There we have it. The results of American Ninja Warrior season 10. The final climb was untested. Only two Ninjas managed to push beyond Wingnut Alley and the Water Walls. Drew Drechsel and Sean Bryan took on Stage Three together. Both fell at the Ultimate Cliffhanger. However, Drew took a faster time, securing himself the $100k promised to the last Ninja standing. You can read a recap of the episode here. Stage Two Stage Two delivered several blows. New obstacle, Deja Vu, was so new that some of the greats weren’t […]

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How to watch the American Ninja Warrior season 10 finale

30 Ninjas will try. Who will be left standing? Well folks, this is it. We’ve cheered, screamed, and cried all the way to the last episode of season 10. The American Ninja Warrior National Finals started off with a wholly unpredictable Stage One that sent many veterans home early. Some fairly fresh faces, along with some long-timers, have moved on to Stage Two. Those 30 Ninjas will have to handle an even harder course, including the new Water Walls, to keep progressing. Stages Three and Four, the iconic final climb, loom in the background. There’s $1 million at the top […]

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