The third season of the National Ninja League came to a close this weekend (February 24 and 25) with their World Championships, held at Ninja Quest Fitness in Marietta, Georgia.
The number one positions went to American Ninja Warrior Drew Drechsel, and Australian Ninja Warrior Olivia Vivian. Drew is a famous Ninja Warrior who has been wow-ing fans for years. Olivia is new to the US Ninja scene, but she’s quickly made a name for herself at competitions like this and the Wolfpack Ninja Tour.
Second and third places in both divisions were dominated by familiar competitors.
- Olivia Vivian
- Lindsay Eskildsen
- Tiana Webberley
- Drew Drechsel
- Jake Murray
- Jamie Rahn
The Ninjas faced a tough challenge at the NNL Finals. Only five athletes made it to Stage Three. But history was still made! Olivia Vivian became the first woman to clear Stage One of the National Ninja League Championships.
Here are the five competitiors who took on Stage Three.
Only Olivia took on Stage Two in the women’s division. Lindsay Eskildsen and Tiana Webberley took second and third place with their Stage One runs.
Take a look at the serious trophy they got their names on!
Let's hand out some hardware.Posted by National Ninja League on Sunday, February 25, 2018
The entire competition was streamed live over the two day event. You can watch all the waves of the stages on YouTube. Here are the streams of stages two and three, where Olivia Vivian and Drew Drechsel became champions.
The second season of the National Ninja League culminated with Drew Drechsel and Allyssa Beird taking home the championships, which they both followed up with fantastic seasons on American Ninja Warrior.
If you haven’t had the chance to see Olivia run before, check out her performance on last year’s Australian Ninja Warrior.
The National Ninja League organizes Ninja Warrior-style competitions all over the country. In its three seasons, it has become one of the top places serious Ninjas hone and test their skills.