It’s his life’s work to help others.
After 7 years of work, he’s living out his Ninja dreams.
She’s a quick learner who’s excelled after just one season.
Season nine’s early fall has stayed with him.
He did NOT want a repeat of season eight.
He told us he had two expectations this season: A City Finals buzzer and breaking into Stage Three
Her life is a whirlwind. It’s all about staying focused under pressure.
The Iron Maiden lived up to its reputation as a torture device.
The final 17 Ninjas heading to Las Vegas.
The episode was incredibly satisfying with some great surprises.
Bugs, body surfing, and lots of buzzers.
The Minneapolis City Finalists chat with hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila.
Gavin is the dad of little Ninja Lylah. Six-year-old Lylah has stunned the world with her viral videos of her backyard course. Now Gavin wants his turn as a Ninja! He only makes it to the Double Twister but he has a lot of fun getting there.
The sidelines were bursting with Ninjas all there to support Maggi during her run. She looked strong on the course but spent a considerable amount of time on the Double Twister. She tried to take a rest on the Ring Jump to regain from strength. However, the tricky obstacle ended her run.
He wasn’t going to leave anything to chance this season.
This is the fifth year in a row she’s qualified.
Jenn Roder fought cancer, this course was not going to get her down.
The rookie recently donated a kidney and jumped right back into training.
Their decision to share Heather’s experience with MS has changed Lance’s approach to the season.
Everything lined up to make sure Abby faced the Ring Jump again.
"There’s a way to go through it, go around it, to work with it, and to be a stronger person because of it."
We talked to the last Ninja standing on what’s different this year, and his expectations.
99 Ninjas tried a course. A LOT fell on the Ring Jump.
Here are the 33 Minneapolis City Finalists.
Triumphs on and off the course.