Jon talks about the mental game that keeps him a contender on the course.
Allyson Felix breaks down the Dallas City Finals.
It was actually the very start of her path to Ninja Warrior.
Tremayne Dortch has been competing on American Ninja Warrior since season four. In that time, he's had four trips to the National Finals. However, he hasn't made it to Vegas in the past two seasons of the show. He tried to change that in Dallas, but he bounced off the Salmon Ladder and missed the cut off once more.
Quest O'Neal was a sensation from the American Ninja Warrior Dallas Qualifiers. Her exuberant run down the course won her an immediate legion of fans. Back for the City Finals, her plan was to make it far enough to move on to the National Finals. Unfortunately, her run ended with a battle on the Bouncing Spider. She wasn't able to move on, but we have a feeling she'll be back next year.
Josh Norton spent 22 days in the walk on line before he got his shot at the American Ninja Warrior Dallas course. During the Qualifiers, Josh fell at Crank It Up. For the City Finals, he was able to pass the obstacle and make it to the Nail Clipper. The run put him into the National Finals.
She had to defeat an obstacle that previously injured her to get there.
10 obstacles in 3:54.73.
He’s only missed one trip to Las Vegas in his five seasons.
Only Daniel Gil was faster than him in both the Dallas Qualifiers and City Finals.
The 19-year-old Ninja is through to the National Finals with two buzzers.
She shook off the pressure and remembered to just have fun.
Less than a year before the competition, he almost lost his life.
17 more Ninjas are through to Las Vegas.
There was a scary new obstacle on the course, but the Ninjas had to survive an old enemy first.
Monday, July 23 at 8/7c on NBC
Father Stephen Gadberry and Chris Cambre ran the course during the Dallas Qualifiers.
A few hiccups didn’t hold him back.
The show is hosted by Olympic sprinter, Allyson Felix.
She didn’t reach the buzzer, but she’s got another chance!
Dr. Favia Dubyk showed us that becoming a Ninja happens before you step on an obstacle.
He didn’t let those 19-year-olds have all the fun.
The rookie’s infectious energy pushed her to the City Finals.
Back for his fourth season, Daniel talked to us about getting the Mega Wall, how he stays calm, and where he’s heading this year.