What would the show even be without him?
When an obstacle was ready to end his season, the veteran used all his experience to calculate his options and make a choice.
We talk about "leaving it all" on the course. But some Ninjas leave even a little more...
Like, he really, REALLY broke it.
This run didn’t have any jaw-dropping moves. It had dozens of small decisions adding up to something monumental.
The right choice isn’t be the same for every competitor.
The Ninja Warriors decided to start up a podcast for the two of them to discuss whatever they’d like.
It’s like opening a time capsule!
We’ve seen a lot of accomplishments on the show, but there’s still more to come!
From a completely unremarkable start rose one of the sport’s best competitors.
Should that trip be the LAST time the show tapes in Baltimore?
From any season of the show, which obstacles do you never want to see again?
His Cannonball Alley move launched him to instant Ninja Warrior stardom.
Compare his rookie debut to his championship run. He’s wildly successful in both.
That’s the premiere date of the show’s first season.
How did he not stub his toes even once?
We asked for your ideas and you came through big time!
To quote Akbar, "Ffffff...ARGH!"
A fun question on Instagram prompted some interesting responses.
What do you want to see happen in 2021?
Who will be the reigning relatives of Ninja Warrior?
Gal Gadot confirmed that Jessie was one of her stunt doubles in the new ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’
The relay-style competition will include a trip to the Power Tower.
Isn’t the Ninja community one big family anyway?
Their championship race should be watched in slow motion to be properly appreciated.
Profits from the calendar go to Project Fit America.
Congratulations, Jessie! We’re so darn happy for you!
We walk through her Philadelphia City Finals run moment by moment.
Long live the most iconic obstacle!
Michael_Learns_Art creates incredible Ninja Warrior fan art.
They’re not never-before-seen, but they are fun to revisit!
Hey, at least they got it in on time!
She’s been teaching for 21 years and she still loves it.
It’s his mission to encourage an open dialogue.