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American Ninja Warrior season 6←American Ninja Warrior season 5 American Ninja Warrior season 7→
Air weekdate:Monday Cast:Matt Iseman, Akbar Gbajabiamila, Kristine Leahy, Kristen Wiig, Jenn Brown, Angela Sun, Jonny Moseley, Alison Haislip, Blair Herter, Jimmy Smith, Mike O'Malley Genre:Reality, Special Interest Channel:NBC Status:Continuing
American Ninja Warrior season 6 episodes list:
The sixth season premieres in Venice Beach, California with a challenging qualifying course, featuring the Quintuple Steps, Spinning Wheel, Slack Ladder, Jumping Bars, Monkey Peg, and Warped Wall. Veteran Ninjas include the "Godfather" David Campbell, lifeguard James McGrath, Alan Connealy, and Dustin Rocho, while stock investor Kevin Bull and U.S. Olympic luger Kate Hansen take on the course for the first time.
ANW travels to Dallas, Texas for the second qualifying round. The obstacles are the Quintuple Steps, Log Grip, Tilting Table, Swing Jump, Ring Toss, and Warped Wall. Veteran Ninjas include Brent Steffensen, former NCAA gymnast Kacy Catanzaro, Sam Sann, and Tremayne Dortch, while college student Dillon Gates and U.S. Olympic gymnast Jonathan Horton take on the course for the first time.
St. Louis, Missouri hosts the third qualifying round and features some of the best athletes. The obstacles are the Quintuple Steps, Rolling Log, Bridge of Blades, Rope Swing, Double Tilt Ladder, and Warped Wall. Veteran Ninjas Travis Rosen, "The Weatherman" Joe Moravsky, and brothers Brian and Chris Wilczewski return, while vet student Amy Pajcic takes on the course for the first time.
The course travels to Miami, Florida for the fourth qualifying round. The obstacles include the Quintuple Steps, Downhill Pipe Drop, Dancing Stones, Jump Hang, Curtain Slider, and Warped Wall. Veteran ninjas Drew Drechsel, the "Masked Man" Flip Rodriguez, Idoko Abuh, and Joyce Shahboz return, while smiling animator Kavon Sadler and Brooklyn stuntman Luciano Acuna, Jr. take on the course for the first time.
Denver, Colorado holds the last of the five qualifying rounds, the course featuring the Quintuple Steps, Cat Grab, Spinning Log, Spikes into Cargo, Devil Steps, and Warped Wall. Veteran ninjas include top competitor Brian Arnold, with Paul Kasemir, Lance Pekus, Isaac Caldiero, and Noah Kaufman, while farmer Ian Dory and climbing coach Meagan Martin take on the course for the first time.
The top 30 competitors from the Venice Beach qualifying round tackle the finals course with a chance to move on to Las Vegas. The back obstacles are the Salmon Ladder, Cannonball Alley, Body Prop, and Spider Climb. Favorites include David Campbell, James McGrath, Alan Connealy, Dustin Rocho, and promising rookie Kevin Bull.
The top 30 competitors from the Dallas qualifying round tackle the finals course with a chance to move on to Las Vegas. The back obstacles feature the Salmon Ladder, Swinging Frames, Pole Grasper, and Spider Climb. Favorites include phenomenal female Kacy Catanzaro, along with Sam Sann, Dillon Gates, Tremayne Dortch, and walk-on Abel Gonzalez.
The top 30 competitors from the St. Louis qualifying round tackle the finals course with a chance to move on to Las Vegas. The back obstacles include the Salmon Ladder, Rumbling Dice, Crazy Cliffhanger, and Spider Climb. Favorites include Joe Moravsky, Rob Moravsky, Travis Rosen, Elet Hall, brothers Brian and Chris Wilczewski, and top female Michelle Warnky.
The top 30 competitors from the Miami qualifying round tackle the finals course with a chance to move on to Las Vegas. The back obstacles showcased are the Salmon Ladder, Minefield, Floating Stairs, and Spider Climb. Favorites include Drew Drechsel, Idoko Abuh, Ryan Stratis, Luciano Acuna, Jr., and the "Cajun Cowboy" Todd Bourgeois.
The top 30 competitors from the Denver qualifying round tackle the finals course with a chance to move on to Las Vegas. The back obstacles include the Salmon Ladder, Arm Rings, Doorknob Arch, and Spider Climb. Favorites include Brian Arnold, Meagan Martin, Lance Pekus, Lorin Ball, Isaac Caldiero, and 52-year-old Jon Stewart.
Highlights from the season focus on the competitors that provided the most impressive or entertaining runs through what many consider to be the world's most difficult obstacle course.
The top 90 competitors from the regional competitions face off against Mt. Midoriyama's first stage. The course includes Piston Road, Giant Ring, Silk Slider, Jumping Spider, Half Pipe Attack, Warped Wall, Spinning Bridge, and Final Climb. Favorites include Joe Moravsky, Meagan Martin, Lorin Ball, Isaac Caldiero, Dr. Noah Kaufman, Travis Rosen, and Tremayne Dortch, among others. Those who finish advance to Stage 2.
The other group of national finalists take on Stage 1 of Mt. Midoriyama. Favorites include Brian Arnold, Kacy Catanzaro, David Campbell, Jon Stewart, Kevin Bull, Elet Hall, Paul Kasemir, and J.J. Woods, among others. Finishers will advance to Stage 2.
The National Finals in Vegas conclude on the final stages of Mt. Midoriyama. Stage 2 features the Rope Jungle, Double Salmon Ladder, Unstable Bridge, Butterfly Wall, Metal Spin, and Wall Lift. Stage 3 includes the Cannonball Incline, Doorknob Grasper, Floating Boards, Ultimate Cliffhanger, Propeller Bar, Hang Climb, Spider Flip, and Flying Bars. If anyone can reach Stage 4 and conquer it, they will earn $500,000 and the title of "American Ninja Warrior."
Five of the top competitors from “American Ninja Warrior” go head-to-head against competitors from Japan and Europe on the show's famed four-stage finals course. Team USA showcases veterans Joe Moravsky, Elet Hall, Brian Arnold, Travis Rosen, and Paul Kasemir. Team Japan includes Kazuma Asa, Hitoshi Kanno, Ryo Matachi, Shingo Yamamoto, and Yusuke Morimoto. Team Europe is represented by Stefano Ghisolfi, Vadym Kuvakin, Sean McColl, Tim Shieff, and Miska Sutela.