The top three competitiors in both the men and women divisions move on to the National Ninja Championship on March 3-5 at Apex Movement NorCal in Concord, CA.
Check out the results and watch the top scoring runs.
While we didn’t see Jon Stevens on the show in season eight, he was a course tester in Philadelphia who completed every obstacle. The Philadelphia City Finals was the first time in American Ninja Warrior history that no one completed the course, so it’s darn impressive that Jon pulled off all the obstacles.
Here’s his first place run at iCore Fitness:
Najee Richardson was the hometown hero in Philadelphia during season eight. He returned from an injury to make it all the way to Stage Two of the National Finals, where he fell from the Down Up Salmon Ladder.
He nabbed second place at the iCore Fitness competition:
Jesse Labreck’s season was historic. She became the first woman to qualify for the National Finals in her rookie season. She was also the only woman to defeat Rolling Thunder, the merciless new obstacle on the Philadelphia City Finals course.
Continuing her impressive Ninja career, Jesse took first place in the NNL competition’s women’s division:
Allyssa Beird was part of the historic fabulous four: The four women who qualified for the Philadelphia City Finals, more than any other city in American Ninja Warrior history. While she fell from the Rolling Thunder obstacle, she’s using the NNL to hone her strengths.
Here’s Allyssa’s second place run:
Watch Chris Wilczewski’s, [Ninja Warrior and NNL president] full recap of the event here:
iCore Fitness is located in West Chester, PA. This means that a lot of the Ninjas competing also took part in the American Ninja Warrior Philadelphia Qualifiers and City Finals. You can watch both those episodes here.