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National Finals Stages Three and Four: Full results and all competitors

Thought 21 Ninjas was too many? The number dropped REAL fast.

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This article was published prior to Drew Drechsel’s arrest. NBC and American Ninja Warrior have since cut ties with him.

American Ninja Warrior season 11 gave us an unprecedented 21 Ninjas on Stage Three. In turn, this gave us a chance to get a good look at the obstacles of this stage, when it feels like we usually only get a fleeting glance from a tiny handful of Ninjas.

Anyone who thought 21 was far too many Ninjas was in luck. That number dwindled down quickly. In the end, only Drew Drechsel and Daniel Gil stood at the buzzer. Together, they advanced to the 75-foot rope climb of Stage Four for the second climb-off in the show’s history. Check out how things happened below!

Read a full recap of the episode here.

Stage Three

  • Course completions: 2
  • Falls on Grip and Tip: 1
  • Falls on Iron Summit: 3
  • Falls on Crazy Clocks: 0
  • Falls on Ultimate Cliffhanger: 6
  • Falls on Pipe Dream: 3
  • Falls on Cane Lane: 5
  • Falls on Flying Bar: 1

All competitors and where they completed their runs

  • Josh Salinas: Grip and Tip
  • Nate Burkhalter: Iron Summit
  • Ryan Stratis: Iron Summit
  • R.J. Roman: Iron Summit
  • Hunter Guerard: Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Michael Torres: Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Mathis ‘Kid’ Owhadi: Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Chris DiGangi: Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Ethan Swanson: Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Casey Suchocki: Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Karsten Williams: Pipe Dream
  • Lucas Reale: Pipe Dream
  • Tyler Smith: Pipe Dream
  • Seth Rogers: Cane Lane
  • Kevin Carbone: Cane Lane
  • Karson Voiles: Cane Lane
  • Tyler Gillett: Cane Lane
  • Joe Moravsky: Cane Lane
  • Adam Rayl: Flying Bar (Got questions on this? See the full recap for an explanation.)
  • Drew Drechsel: Complete - 7:36.95
  • Daniel Gil: Complete - 7:35.13

Stage Four

  • 75-foot rope climb in 30 seconds

  • Drew Drechsel: Complete - 0:27.46
  • Daniel Gil: Incomplete