Team Ronin The obstacles: Sonic Swing Tick Tock Wingnuts Floating Tiles Criss Cross Ring Toss Warped Wall Salmon Ladder Rumbling Dice Zig Zag Climb The rules are the same that were used during qualifiers. Labreck navigated the Wing Nuts first and her big swing on the dismount set the bar into motion, making for a tricky target for Meagan. That meant Daniel Gil would have a five second lead on Criss Cross Ring Toss. James went for a big dismount on the Ring Toss and it almost ended the race as he fell into the pool. The winner of those rounds will race against each other in the final round of the night.
She then snagged her first Warped Wall in competition and hit the buzzer. Barclay took control of the race early, smoothly dismounting the Wingnuts and building up a commanding lead. Team Ronin entered the match with an undefeated relay record, meaning Iron Grip would need to be close to perfect to earn a victory. Dave was uncontested as he completed the course. To generate more excitement, the course has been designed so that in one or two spots, the competitors paths may cross or they may run into each other, adding another element of strategy as ninjas might be reaching for the same grips or trying to avoid collisions. When Gil got hung up early in the obstacle, Woods surged even and then swung ahead of the Kingdom Ninja heading into the dismount. Epic competition series American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs.
Flip took an early lead on the Wingnuts, but Alexis used that signature length to retake the lead on the Criss Cross Ring Toss. Thanks for tweeting with us tonight! You should always refer to the event organizer's website for the most up to date information. Ninja Guide is not operated by any of the events listed on this website. It follows a best-of-five, single elimination format. But Labreck kept fighting, surging up the Salmon Ladder and overtaking Martin on the Rumbling Dice. The lead up to American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs Ninja has been long and full of hype. Each episode will feature 4 teams, with 2 different teams facing off in the first two rounds.
Alan went to follow suit, but missed the landing, ending the heat. Alexis had an eight inch height advantage and used it early on the Wingnuts to reach out and grab the next Wingnut, allowing him to swing ahead while Arnold had to use time building momentum. The 16-part season of American Ninja Warrior: Ninja Vs. To find out more or to opt-out, please read our. Tonight, we saw the culmination of weeks of playoffs, months of racing and years of training as Ninja vs. He not only overtook DiGangi, but opened up an advantage for Martin on the anchor leg. Even though she won the heat by finishing the Tiles, this rookie wanted to prove what she had.
She held her advantage despite a great effort from Meagan to close the gap. Ninja; pits three-person athletic teams against one another on physically demanding, side-by-side obstacle courses that test endurance and speed. In a battle this tight, that was all Flip needed to sprint through the remainder of the course and pick up a pivotal victory. That winner will advance to the playoffs at the end of the show, while all of the other teams who lost go home. At the top, Labreck smashed the buzzer and clinched the championship for Labreckfast Club! He only needed a few moves on the final obstacle to be in position for the dismount. The Shelf Grab challenged both Ninjas. This race would come down to the Warped Wall.
The pair was dead even through the first two obstacles, but, similar to the heat before, the Wingnuts were a differentiator. From there, the race played out very similar to the previous relay. But was it all worth it? On the other side, Labreckfast Club put Jesse Labreck first, with Chris DiGangi and Jon Alexis in charge of bringing things home. That really put the pressure on Labreck, whose team was already trailing 1-0 in the match. The winning teams face each other in a final round on the extended course. He raced to the buzzer first and started the celebration for Team Ronin. Larissa was close behind and both Ninjas ended up on the same side of the obstacle, with Meagan in front.
He had to go against Flip to save the West Coast Warrior. But speedy Jesse was not far behind, tagging Nicholas. They got things started on the right foot as Webberely beat Martin to the first exchange. Alan pushed hard, keeping close to Flip. Martin built up a big lead here and, despite a strong late surge from Webberley, she was able to tie the match for her team. We hold no responsibility or liability if any information on this site is incorrect. Each match-up is a best of five format.
Alexis kept both feet on the pad, raced the wall and smashed the buzzer to put his team one step closer to the championship. That feeling when you accomplish one of your goals. The match-ups: Labreckfast Club vs Party Time Iron Grip vs. Flip and Jon were even at the start, but Alexis had a well timed dismount on the Wingnuts to steal the lead. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. Nicholas dove off the rings first and flew across the Tiles.