Over the weekend of November 3-5, the second Wolfpack Ninja Tour event took place in Loveland, Colorado. The multi-day event pit Ninja against Ninja in battles for speed and points.
Now, we have the top ten results of the Men’s and Women’s Pro competition. We think you’ll recognize just a few of the names. The event attracted many of the top American Ninja Warrior competitiors.
- Adam Rayl
- Flip Rodriguez
- Daniel Gil
- Thomas Stillings
- Joe Moravsky
- Andrew Lowes
- Nicholas Coolridge
- Austin Grey
- Ethan Swanson
- Dan Yager
Wow, I was blown away by this race in the finals @youngflip7 vs. @adamrayl. Flip pushed Adam to clock the only sub-20 time of the event. I'm sure Flip would have been right there too if not for the brief delay on the 4th obstacle. I can't believe these guys can go this fast. More than 10s faster than my best. The crowd was clearly wowed too. So many other great matchups this evening as well. #WolfpackNinjaTour #wpnt #wolfpackninjas
- Meagan Martin
- Olivia Vivian
- Rebekah Bonilla
- Barclay Stockett
- Tiana Webberley
- Natalie Duran
- Emily Durham
- Tammy McClure
- Melissa Anderson
- Olga Kostreski
Wow!!! What amazing event the second @wolfpackninjas #WPNT was! Thank you to everyone who came out and participated! It was such an awesome experience to get the chance to work with so many inspiring kiddos! It is truly the most rewarding experience to watch kids conquer their fears while having a blast! Always awesome to get to see all of my ninja friends and have a blast competing with them ☺️ !!! Can’t wait for the next one!!! by @flashjordan3
Outside of the course competition, there were heated events like rope climbing, where Natalie Duran and Nick Kostreski came out as champions. In the pull-up contest, Etan Ginsberg and Olivia Vivian prevailed as the winners with a whopping 73 and 39 pull-ups respectively. Ginny MacColl (Jessie Graff’s mom) took third place in the Women’s Amateur division!
It wasn’t all just for bragging rights either. There was over $50,000 in prizes to go around. Down to fifth place in the overall competition received prizes of over $1,000.
The event also raised money for the Positive Coaching Alliance, a national non-profit that encourages character development through sport.
Want to see the action for yourself? You can watch the recorded live stream of the Pro Finals here.
Please note that all final results and statistics, as well as tour points, will be listed on the Wolfpack Ninja website. They’re already hard at work on the next tour stops, which will be announced in the future.
To find more photos from the event, follow Wolfpack Ninjas on Instagram and search #WPNT.