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The Rockford Ninja Warrior pro competition was dominated by some of the show’s top athletes

Adam Rayl and Jesse Labreck both took home first place. Joe Moravsky and Rebekah Bonilla claimed second in their divisions.

Over the weekend of August 12, dozens of American Ninja Warrior competitors flocked to Grand Rapid, MI for the annual Rockford Ninja Warrior event.

The week of classes and training culminated in a fierce competition. An amateur league sent five women and five men on to the professional competition, which was stacked with familiar names.

When the dust settled, Adam Rayl led the men and Jesse Labreck took first in the women’s division. This echoes the results of the 2017 UNAA standings, where the two also dominated. Both also happen to be having pretty fantastic seasons on American Ninja Warrior, with Adam heading to the National Finals, and Jesse completing the Cleveland Qualifying course.

Second place in the men’s division went to Joe Moravsky, who will be back on the American Ninja Warrior course August 14, for the Cleveland City Finals. Rebekah Bonilla, second place behind Jesse Labreck, is one of the two women from the Los Angeles City Finals to move on to the National Finals in Las Vegas.

Drew Drechsel placed third in the Rockford competition, with just about two seconds separating his and Joe Moravksy’s completion times. The line up of Ninjas was a who’s who of some of the strongest competitors we know of.

Here are the top ten finishers in the professional competition.

Our final standings of our Pro Ninja Competition. #rnw17

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The top three men were: Adam Rayl, Joe Moravsky, Drew Drechsel

The top three women were: Jesse Labreck, Rebekah Bonilla, Kirsti Pratt

The professional competition started with a huge field of talented Ninjas.

Here is the complete run order for tonight's Pro Competition. Tickets are still available at deltaplex.com or at the door. #rnw17

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These are the top five men and women amateurs who qualified to compete in the professional league.

Final Standings of our Amateur Competition. #rnw17

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Want to see all the runs for yourself? You can watch a recording of the competition on the Rockford Ninja Warrior Facebook page.

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Posted by Rockford Ninja Warrior on Sunday, August 13, 2017