History Awesome / NinjaWarrior

2nd Jan '16 6:25:49 PM Dreth
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*** A special note to Jordan Jovtchev. In the 8th tournament, he cleared the first stage with ''0.00'' seconds left on the clock. Holy shit.

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*** A special note to Jordan Jovtchev. In the 8th tournament, he cleared the first stage with ''0.00'' seconds left on the clock. Holy shit.Even better, he made it all the way to the final stage, only to fail on the Spider Climb.
12th Sep '15 6:55:05 PM nombretomado
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* Sasuke, a.k.a. ''NinjaWarrior'', has more than its share of Crowning Moments:

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* Sasuke, a.k.a. ''NinjaWarrior'', ''Series/NinjaWarrior'', has more than its share of Crowning Moments:
1st Jul '15 8:14:25 AM navaash
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** Yusuke Morimoto's victory in the 31st competition. After failing the year before on wall lifting, he redoubled his efforts, ''[[CrazyPrepared building his own homemade practice gym]]''... and it paid off handsomely in the end, flying up the first half of the final obstacle and then gutting it out up the rope, reaching the top with '''2.5 seconds''' left.

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** Yusuke Morimoto's victory in the 31st competition. After failing the year before on wall lifting, he redoubled his efforts, ''[[CrazyPrepared building his own homemade practice gym]]''... and it paid off handsomely in the end, flying up the first half of the final obstacle and then gutting it out up the rope, reaching the top with '''2.5 59 seconds''' left.
1st Jul '15 7:53:57 AM navaash
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** Yusuke Morimoto's victory in the 31st competition. After failing the year before on wall lifting, he redoubled his efforts, making extra sure to practice the Spider Climb section on homemade materials... and it paid off ''handsomely'' in the end, flying up the first half of the final obstacle and then gutting it out up the rope, reaching the top with '''2.5 seconds''' left.

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** Yusuke Morimoto's victory in the 31st competition. After failing the year before on wall lifting, he redoubled his efforts, making extra sure to ''[[CrazyPrepared building his own homemade practice the Spider Climb section on homemade materials... gym]]''... and it paid off ''handsomely'' handsomely in the end, flying up the first half of the final obstacle and then gutting it out up the rope, reaching the top with '''2.5 seconds''' left.
1st Jul '15 7:13:13 AM navaash
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** Yusuke Morimoto's victory in the 31st competition. After failing the year before on wall lifting, he redoubled his efforts, making extra sure to practice the Spider Climb section on homemade materials... and it paid off ''handsomely'' in the end, flying up the first half of the final obstacle and then gutting it out up the rope, reaching the top with '''2.5 seconds''' left.
28th Sep '14 4:51:26 AM Joseph011296
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** Oh so many in Sasuke 27. First, 27 people cleared the first stage, more than any tournament except the second and fourth. Secondly, David Campbell, on his third stage one attempt, beat the course with ''44.32 seconds'' left on the clock, with his nephew Travis Furlanic only a second slower. And come time for the third stage, three people beat the previously unbeaten Ultimate Cliffhanger, and of those three, two make it to the final stage. Ryo Matachi (one of the finalists) had never been past the first stage before 27 and made the second and third stages look like pieces of cak]. [[spoiler: The other finalist, Yuuji Urushihara, passes it, not only becoming the 4th total victory winner, but the only competitor to have achieved multiple kanzenzeihas, except for Ayako Miyake in the Kunoichi tournaments, who won 3 times in a row.]] Holy fucking shit, this was a tournament of badasses.

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** Oh so many in Sasuke 27. First, 27 people cleared the first stage, more than any tournament except the second and fourth. Secondly, David Campbell, on his third stage one attempt, beat the course with ''44.32 seconds'' left on the clock, with his nephew Travis Furlanic only a second slower. And come time for the third stage, three people beat the previously unbeaten Ultimate Cliffhanger, and of those three, two make it to the final stage. Ryo Matachi (one of the finalists) had never been past the first stage before 27 and made the second and third stages look like pieces of cak].cake. [[spoiler: The other finalist, Yuuji Urushihara, passes it, not only becoming the 4th total victory winner, but the only competitor to have achieved multiple kanzenzeihas, except for Ayako Miyake in the Kunoichi tournaments, who won 3 times in a row.]] Holy fucking shit, this was a tournament of badasses.
16th May '13 7:16:31 PM astrakhan
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** [[BadassAdorable Rie Komiya]] was one of the few female competitors besides Ayako Miyake to complete Kunoichi.

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** [[BadassAdorable Rie Komiya]] was one of the few female competitors besides Ayako Miyake to complete Kunoichi.Kunoichi.
* In a different form of awesome, there's Nagano's reaction to screwing up by touching part of the Cliff Hanger: he disqualified ''himself'' and bowed out of the competition in a beautiful show of sportsmanship.
6th Sep '12 7:29:44 PM RavenBlack
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** Kota Honma becoming the yougest competitor to clear the First Stage in Sasuke 17, a title previously held by trampolinist Shunsuke Nagasaki (Shunsuke still holds the distinction of being the youngest competitor to make it to the Final Stage.)

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** Kota Honma becoming the yougest youngest competitor to clear the First Stage in Sasuke 17, a title previously held by trampolinist Shunsuke Nagasaki (Shunsuke still holds the distinction of being the youngest competitor to make it to the Final Stage.)



** Her mother
24th Apr '12 4:24:19 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Oh so many in Sasuke 27. First, 27 people cleared the first stage, more than any tournament except the second and fourth. Secondly, David Campbell, on his third stage one attempt, beat the course with ''44.32 seconds'' left on the clock, with his nephew Travis Furlanic only a second slower. And come time for the third stage, three people beat the previously unbeaten Ultimate Cliffhanger, and of those three, two make it to the final stage. Ryo Matachi (one of the finalists) had never been past the first stage before 27 and made the second and third stages look like [[BeyondTheImpossible pieces of cake]]. [[spoiler: The other finalist, Yuuji Urushihara, passes it, not only becoming the 4th total victory winner, but the only competitor to have achieved multiple kanzenzeihas, except for Ayako Miyake in the Kunoichi tournaments, who won 3 times in a row.]] Holy fucking shit, this was a tournament of badasses.

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** Oh so many in Sasuke 27. First, 27 people cleared the first stage, more than any tournament except the second and fourth. Secondly, David Campbell, on his third stage one attempt, beat the course with ''44.32 seconds'' left on the clock, with his nephew Travis Furlanic only a second slower. And come time for the third stage, three people beat the previously unbeaten Ultimate Cliffhanger, and of those three, two make it to the final stage. Ryo Matachi (one of the finalists) had never been past the first stage before 27 and made the second and third stages look like [[BeyondTheImpossible pieces of cake]].cak]. [[spoiler: The other finalist, Yuuji Urushihara, passes it, not only becoming the 4th total victory winner, but the only competitor to have achieved multiple kanzenzeihas, except for Ayako Miyake in the Kunoichi tournaments, who won 3 times in a row.]] Holy fucking shit, this was a tournament of badasses.
18th Apr '12 6:12:02 AM ChineseToothpaste
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*** A special note to Jordan Jovtchev. In the 8th tournament, he cleared the first stage with ''0.00'' seconds left on the clock. Holy shit.
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