In pain from food poisoning, he faces Stage One again.
He’s three for three on buzzers.
Here’s what we’re thinking...
Jody Avila participated in the National Finals as an alternate.
He wasn’t happy about it, but he will use the Safety Pass to run again next week.
The first of the 68 National Finalists stepped up to Stage One.
Those incredible runs are anything but effortless for Vance.
Monday, August 30, the first of the 68 competitors remaining will attempt Stage One.
He’s hit two buzzers already and has the National Finals in his future.
"I expect a million dollars is what I expect. All the way up that rope and hitting that buzzer that earns me a million bucks."
Jesse Labreck looks to Stage One: ‘I’m fully aware that you don’t always reach your goals. But I’m going to keep trying for it.’
As Jesse moves to the National Finals, she’ll face Stage One for the fifth time.
We had a chance to speak with Griffin before his run.
The competitors had to quickly make it to Split Decision if they wanted a shot at Vegas.
Our final 17 Ninjas that will take on Stage One of the National Finals
The fourth and final night of competition sealed the National Finals roster.
After this, it’s off to the National Finals.
Can the 15-year-old impress once again?
He was there with his training partners and best friends.
Don’t let the axe fool you, she’s as light-hearted as they come.
The obstacles don’t stop when you leave the course.
This season is a dream come true already. But that doesn’t mean he’s not prepared to take it even farther.
"I’m very happy with Semifinals. I bonked my head and I was able to still finish."
What does that mean for the National Finals?