You can catch Matt and Akabar as the hosts of ‘Tokyo LIVE’ in the meantime!
"Buzzers are our baseline."
Twice in a row, she’s been one obstacle away from the buzzer.
Daniel’s loss to Brian Burkhardt was shocking to the viewers, but Daniel was prepared.
One of only four finishers, Max leads the teens to the next round of the competition.
"This has been a very weird season for me that had me second-guessing a lot of things."
The next round of competition ups the ante.
Your first National Finalists are here!
Split Decision offered two very confounding choices.
There’s so much to look forward to tonight!
This video gives us a look at the first five obstacles of the Semifinals course.
With the fastest time of the night and his dad beside him, he’s off to the Semifinals.
Her record is up to seven buzzers and she’s eyeing the extended course next.
The 15-year-old may have played around with his coach, Flip, but he’s serious about this season.
His goal was to do his best, and his shoulder injury wasn’t going to impede that.
Flip Rodriguez on the upcoming Semifinals: ‘I’m either going to Vegas with the Safety Pass or not at all.’
With a wave of positivity behind him, he wants the top time in Semifinals.
It was an emotional end to the first round of competition.
We have one question about his run. HOW?!?
This list rounds out our batch of Semifinalists.
These runs are a snapshot of the season’s highlights.
Our poll indicated that there’s no clear answer to the question of which ages should be on the show.
The final night of the Qualifiers will air on Monday, July 12 at 8 pm
Exhausted and coming off an injury, Meagan dug deep to become the first woman of the season to complete a course.
The 15-year-old competitor has the confidence and skills of someone much older.
He’s back for more buzzers this season.
The 17-year-old is off to the Semifinals.
"I want to go to Vegas. I feel like I am capable of doing it. It’s just putting it all together in that one moment."