Last week's taste of stage one in Las Vegas set us up for the second group this week on American Ninja Warrior. I love the fast pace that goes along with the finals and that was a pleasant surprise as I watched the first group.
Sean Darling-Hammond made quite an impression on everyone when he walked onto the Pittsburgh qualifiers and shot himself all the way to the Vegas finals. Here's the full interview our sports guy on the scene Shane Mclendon did with the American Ninja Warrior.
I have to be honest. I was very hesitant about doing recaps for NBC's American Ninja Warrior. I thought, "Sure this is a cool event, but how much can I write about guys and gals hanging onto swinging globes and climbing an invisible ladder?"
"American Ninja Warrior" made a stop in Pittsburgh for another city finals event, this one featuring a very tough obstacle in the form of Floating Monkey Bars. We witnessed a superhero competitor, an impressive old gymnast, and one female runner.
The previews to the Orlando Finals episode of "American Ninja Warrior" promised some real showmen. They were a few characters that stood out, but most of the runners were extremely focused on the course instead of adding flair.
Kansas City is the latest city finals for this installment of "American Ninja Warrior" is brought to you by 'The Body Prop'. Got an arrogant athlete? This little obstacle will hit them with a huge dose of reality, complete with quivering muscles and shame.
Recapping episodes of American Ninja Warrior is going to be a bit like running these insane obstacle courses. How do I describe a sport that is totally off the wall, but still shows off athleticism at its finest?
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