US Army soldier fights through injury
Rob Moravsky tastes the icy water.
Travis Rosen dominates.
ANW veteran Travis Rosen flies through the course with ease, showing the American Ninja Warrior universe how it's done.
Despite intense support from his family, Mathew "Dr. Climb" Wilder falls victim to the Doorknob Arch.
Japan has a lot to prove.
Paul Kasemir attacks the course in attempt to finish in a record time and pace.
Brian Arnold struggles early.
Lance explodes onto the course and attempts to complete the obstacles in the fastest time.
Sam Sann disciple Tremayne Dorth flies through the Dallas Finals course with ease, clinching his trip to Midoriyama.
Kyle has Diabetes but that hasn't slowed him down.
Tom Shieff is determined to be the "Sherif" of this course.
Dozens of contestants converge in the Big D to compete on a redesigned course, featuring new obstacles the Tilting Table and Ring Toss! A large contingent of Olympic medalists and the best crop of female competitors yet vie for 30 finalist spots. Among the challengers are the royal couple of "American Ninja Warrior" Brent Steffensen and Kacy Catanzaro, who both put up memorable runs for a shocked crowd. They'll be joined by U.S. bobsledder Johnny Quinn, gym owner Sam Sann and ninja pastor Johnathan Morin in a remarkable display of athleticism and guts!
Wayne helps Olympic gold medalist Jonny Mosely and the Squaw Valley ski resort find a vehicle that could have been at the 1960 Winter Olympics. It's all about 4x4s and big powder when Wayne finds them a ride and takes some turns down the mountain.
We'll get to the bottom of all the Challenge rivalries when the 16 top competitors reunite LIVE on stage to get their last digs in. Hosted by Jonny Moseley.
Secrets from The Challenge: Rivals II that only now can be revealed. It's one hour of unseen hook-ups, out-of-control fights, mischievous pranks and more. Exclusive interviews with the cast.
In the season finale, the mythical Mt. Midoriyama Stage 4 hangs in the balance as the remaining athletes fight to beat veteran Brent Steffensen's Stage 3 record. But they'll also have to go toe-to-toe with the record holder himself. The remaining competitors head into the challenge knowing far too well that no American has ever made it past Stage 3--and if they manage to complete the entire course, they'll be taking home the prize money of 500,000 dollars. But will Brent defend his title, or will rookie Noah Kaufman take it with ease? Or perhaps the oldest remaining athlete Travis Rosen or the world champion tumbler Casey Finley will snatch it up. Find out if an American will finally advance to Stage 4 and gain the title of the American Ninja Warrior!
The cast comes together to discuss the final Challenge, Frank vs. Sam, Team San Diego vs. everybody, secret hookups, wild unseen footage, new rivalries and fights. Hosted by Jonny Moseley.
Top 100 finishers from the regional finals tackle the ultimate challenge--a four stage course modeled after the famed Mount Midoriyama in Japan. The remaining competitors take on Stage 2 which includes the Double Salmon Ladder and five other obstacles entirely over water. Then, only the competitors skilled enough to conquer all obstacles in Stage 2 and Stage 3 will move onto the final Stage 4, a breathtaking 65-foot rope climb. Comedian Matt Iseman and Olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley host, and Angela Sun reports from the sidelines as the athletes continue in their quest for the 500,000 dollar cash prize and the chance to be crowned the first American Ninja Warrior.
As Stage 1 comes to a close, eighteen challengers attempt to clear eight grueling obstacles including the Step Slider, Giant Swing and the Spinning Bridge. See which competitors are tough enough to move on to Stage 2 and become the first "American Ninja Warrior."
Competitors continue to take on Stage 1 of the punishing obstacle course in Las Vegas which includes the Jumping Spider, Half Pipe Attack and the Spinning Bridge. Only the athletes skilled enough to conquer all eight obstacles will move on to Stage 2 of the World's Most Difficult Obstacle Course.
From Maine to Miami and Arizona to Alaska, tons of competitors traveled across the states to Las Vegas to take on Stage 1 of the World's Most Difficult Obstacle Course. The finals continue as 100 participants fair the course, including showman Dan Mast, parkour wizard Jake Smith and IT training specialist Ryan Thompson. Will any of them beat the clock and be able to go head-to-head with Nathaniel Spencer?
Top finishers tackle the four stage obstacle course modeled after the famed Mount Midoriyama in Japan.
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