He knows just how unforgiving this course is.
Watch his Stage Three and Four runs here.
He and fiancé Jesse Labreck both competed at the National Finals!
We spoke with Michael the day before his Stage One run.
Her Stage One run closed her Season 10 as the farthest advancing woman and as a top Ninja once more.
They shared their thoughts with Allyson Felix for Ninja Warrior Weekly.
Stage Two didn’t go as planned, but that doesn’t wipe out his accomplishments.
His season ended with the difficult Wingnut Alley.
Not a shabby way to kick off his Ninja career.
It all came down to just a few lost seconds.
The Papal Ninja spoke with us about what those National Finals courses were like.
We spoke with the Real Life Ninja 24 hours after his Stage Three run.
Stages Two and Three were a masterclass in pain.
30 Ninjas will try. Who will be left standing?
He looked back at that season for the Ninja Warrior podcast.
Check out the exclusive interview he gave Ninja Warrior Weekly.
His tactics led to another strong season for The Bull
Every second on the course, he was hoping someone would reach out to help Liza.
One stage down, one more to go if he wants to get revenge on the Ultimate Cliffhanger.
She felt a little unprepared, but her performances said otherwise.
He completed Stage One on the three-year anniversary of his father’s passing.
It helped him hit his third consecutive Stage One buzzer.
He’s on the hunt for Stage Three and beyond.
After a little fun at the starting line, Jake took home the fastest time on Stage One.
Congratulations to all 97 competitors!