Some consistently quick Ninjas launched themselves to the top once again.
The second ANW podcast of the season is out, and Nikki Lee dishes up plenty of inspiration from the perspective of Season 10 breakout star, Quest O’Neal.
Diving Boards and water... there’s a connection to be made.
31 Ninjas will compete in the next round in Oklahoma.
Get ready for Oklahoma City action tonight on NBC at 8pm EST.
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An exclusive competition will place two Ninjas on the big course later this year.
Travis Rosen showed us, ‘when unexpected, horrible circumstances happen, you can still bounce back.’
His return to the course after a terrible injury was like something out of a dream.
The show also moves to Mondays starting on June 17.
Her Atlanta Qualifying run was a gusty show of determination.
Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila accepted the award.
The 11-time competitor is the first to achieve the accomplishment.
The podcast will be hosted this season by Nikki Lee, editor of ANW Nation.
He always aims for a great run. This time there just happened to be an additional prize.
The Ninjas just couldn’t stop smashing through their goals in Atlanta.
It was a heated race for the top of the leaderboard.
They were Atlanta crowd favorites.
After injuring his knee, Casey has to dig deep to stay focused.
Just a little something to look at while we wait for the episode.
The show won in the category of Best Sports Show.
After hooking our feelings, they became two of the first finishers of season 11!
He might use the $10k for an army of penguins. Who knows.
Known as "The Lizard" on the show, Hunter gives us a look at his many, many different sides.
He took the time this year to really understand what has been affecting his health.
Surprises abound, be them both good and not so good.
The veteran isn’t going to give up on his goals.
33 Ninjas are the first to advance into the City Finals.
We checked in with the show’s new sideline reporter throughout her first season.
Ninjas can now race for a pass to the National Finals and a chance to re-do Stage One or Two.
Ninjas will need to weigh the pros and cons to make their decision.
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