If season 13 is your first year on American Ninja Warrior, you need to read this.
We thought this would be a lot more dramatic than it actually was.
By a narrow margin, their race won our poll.
The results of our poll indicated the fans prefer just one shot at the Mega Wall.
The show has cast the families for a new competition special.
You have five minutes and one question to ask. What is it?
Is this the easiest obstacle, or is it all in how you look at it?
We’re looking at initial attempts versus completion rates to better understand the National Finals.
The Ninjas who advance from Seattle/Tacoma will then move on to the Universal Studios backlot.
You have until April 30th to send in your child’s application.
The show will return to the Tacoma Dome.
We’ve seen a couple of different versions. Which do you prefer?
On Sunday, the phones started ringing again.
Got a case of the Mondays? We’ve got a solution.
Many former ANW Jr competitors have received the call to take part in season 13 of American Ninja Warrior.
Yes, the Rolling Log came in last place.
Sure, we all appreciate the big hits, but who low-key impressed you?
Only three Ninjas cleared season 11’s Stage One on their first career attempt.
So many heart-hands!
We miss them. So we checked in.
These Ninjas have the community in their corners!
The athlete shared a video to clarify that she has not finished her surgery rehabilitation and will not take part in season 13.
He didn’t win the Super Bowl, but he did beat Tom Brady in our poll!
How many clears will we see in season 13?
The show will include a select group of 15 to 18-year-old athletes.
The show was nominated in the category of Favorite Reality Show.
We have some small tidbits to chew on, and we’re going to do it!
Oh, they can handle it. Here’s an example.