American Ninja Warrior August 26, 2019 Las Vegas National Finals Night 1 Results Revealed

American Ninja Warrior August 26, 2019 Las Vegas National Finals Night 1 Results Revealed

Hey, “American Ninja Warrior” fans. Tonight, August 26, 2019, the first round of the Las Vegas National Finals did indeed air. In this round, the contestants had to take on an obstacle course that featured: Archer Alley, Spin Your Wheels, Double Dipper, Jumping Spider, Tire Run, Warped Wall, Diving Boards and Twist and Fly in that order. They were given 2:30 to complete it.

Michelle Warnky was up first, and she got taken out by the Spin Your Wheels part of the obstacle course. It spun her all over the place before she landed in the water.

Next, Kevin Bull got taken out by the Twist and Fly after missing the transfer to the second set of handles.

Flip Rodriguez fell off on the Diving Boards. However, he did have a safety pass.

Danell Leyva turned up next. He’s an Olympic gymnast. He ended up falling while trying to grab the cargo net on the Twist and Fly.

Karter Ohlson tried out next, and ended up falling on the Double Dipper. Ronald Washington went out on the Tire Run. A 19 year old wrestler named Sem Garay made it to the Double Dipper before falling off.

Nate Burkhalter was up next, and he became the first person of the night to complete the course and hit the buzzer.

Anna Shumaker arrived next, but she ended up falling on the Double Dipper. Lucio Battista went out during the Jumping Spider.

Brandon Mears hit the course next, and ended up falling on the Diving Boards. Brett Sims ran into danger on the Spin Your Wheels. He got whipped around and tossed into the water.

Adam Rayl made it pretty quick through the entire course and hit the buzzer with 37 seconds still left on the clock.

Barclay Stockett ended up getting stuck on the 14-foot Warped Wall before her time ended up running out.

David Campbell ended up running out of time during the Twist and Fly. Brian Kretsch ended up getting taken out by the Spin Your Wheels part of the course.

Ryan Stratis had a very exciting run with lots of ups and downs. When everything was said and done, he was able to complete the entire course and hit that buzzer with right around 10 seconds left to go!

Conor Galvin was able to make it to the Tire Run before getting knocked off. Jessica Clayton was able to make it to the Spin Your Wheels before getting knocked off.

Lucas Reale was up next, and he was able to make it through the entire course and hit the buzzer with a whopping 28 seconds left to go on the clock.

Philip Scott ended up making it all the way to the Jumping Spider before falling off. Najee showed off his gymnastic skills during his run by doing a front flip off the Double Dipper. Unfortunately, he took the hit at the Tire Run.

Chris DiGangi’s run came down to the wire. He completed the course, and had only 20 seconds left to climb the cargo net and smash that buzzer. He did it!

Karson Voiles almost fell during the Tire Run. However, not only did he not fall, he completed the entire course.

R.J.Roman almost fell off during the Tire Run, but he recovered to complete the entire course for a second season in a row.

Brandon completed the course and will represent the Towers of Power in Stage Two. Jesse Labreck came so close to completing her first course, but she fell off at the Twist and Fly.

David Wright, who goes by the name of Cake Ninja took a hit during the Tire Run. Kevin Carbone had a close fall on the Tire Run, but he ended up completing the entire course.

Lorin Ball also completed the entire course and hit the buzzer. Travis Rosen ended up tripping and falling during the Diving Boards part of the obstacle course. This also marked his retirement run as he announced this was his last season.

Flip Rodriguez showed back up to do a second run at the course after using his safety pass. This time, Flip was able to hobble his way through the entire course to ring that buzzer! So, he made his safety pass count.

Daniel Gil was the final contestant of the night. He ended up breezing through the entire course so fast that he got the fastest time of the night.

And that was it, guys. The next,new episode will feature the Las Vegas National Finals Night 2. It’s scheduled to air on Monday night, September 2, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on NBC.

You guys can view highlights from tonight’s August 26, 2019 “American Ninja Warrior” episode on the show’s official Youtube channel by Clicking Here.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “American Ninja Warrior” report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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