She placed fifth over all at the Miami City Finals.
The Ninja Warrior talked about how her youth shaped her athletic future.
They provide great info and exercises to keep your body safe.
Just try to tell Jessie how something should be done.
Her string of "firsts" started way back in season five.
When an injury kept her out of season six, she found a way to get stronger.
During her very first appearance on the Japanese show, Jessie became the first woman to clear Stage Two.
As she put together a flawless run, no one predicted this or saw it coming.
Jessie’s perspective on valuing yourself and your skills is a life lesson we could all learn from.
A long-time member of the American Ninja Warrior team gives their account of watching Jessie smash expectations in Daytona.
Her run was packed with triumph after triumph.
Jessie goes in depth on what she was thinking and how she came up with her strategy for USA vs the World.
Ninjas and fans alike enjoyed the intense runs at Magness Arena in Denver, CO.
Team Kristine set the All-Star team challenge on fire.
Her costume from season five was straight from this project.
Workouts for at-home athletes and future Ninja Warriors
If Santa sees this, Harry is in SO much trouble.
Even stars have to start from somewhere.
They practice a unique skill that translates on the course.
So simple, but so effective!
With Jessie Graff as a coach, Lylah is unstoppable!
Now this is a Ninja Warrior dream team!
Jake Murray, Grant McCartney and Thomas Stillings are always willing to lend a hand.
Yawn. We GUESS she’s pretty cool.
Jessie breaks down the night of her LA City Finals run.