Season 7 opens with a qualifying round in Venice Beach, Cal., and features obstacles such as the Mini Silk Slider, Spin Cycle and Hourglass Drop. Contestants include "Ninja" veterans Kevin Bull and David Campbell; former Baltimore Raven Brendon Ayanbadejo; and Seattle Seahawk Jon Ryan.
Qualifying comes from Kansas City.
Qualifying comes from Houston.
A qualifying round in Orlando features such obstacles as the Paddle Boards and Tire Swing.
A qualifying round in Pittsburgh features the Snake Crossing and Wind Chimes obstacles.
The qualifying rounds conclude at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, Cal., before the historic battleship USS Iowa, where active duty and retired military members tackle such obstacles as the Log Runner and I Beam Cross.
The Venice finals are featured.
Coverage is shown of the Houston finals.
Coverage is shown of the Orlando finals.
Coverage is shown of the Pittsburgh finals.
Coverage is shown of the military finals.
The show looks back at some of the best runs of the series.
Coverage is shown of the Vegas finals.
The finals of American Ninja Warrior continue from Las Vegas, Nevada where the top finishers from the regional finals tackle the ultimate challenge - a four stage course modeled after Mount Midoriyama in Japan. The remaining finalists take on Stage 1, with new obstacles Sonic Curve and The Double Shock. Those that finish move on to Stage 2, and continue their chance to win a cash prize of $1,000,000 and the title of American Ninja Warrior.
It's the final night of the American Ninja Warrior Las Vegas finals where the top finishers from the regional finals tackle the final three stages of Mount Midoriyama. Competitors who survive Stage 1 will take on Stage 2, and possibly Stage 3 and 4. Stage 2 has been redesigned and includes a brand new obstacle, Roulette Row. Stage 3 features the new Psycho Chain and Area 51 obstacles. Lastly, if any competitors conquer both stages, they will attempt Stage 4 with a cash prize of $1,000,000 at stake and the title of American Ninja Warrior.