American Ninja Warrior Recap 6/9/14: Season 6 Episode 3 “St. Louis Qualifying”

American Ninja Warrior Recap 6/9/14: Season 6 Episode 3 “St. Louis Qualifying”

American Ninja Warrior NBC’s obstacle course competition airs tonight with a new episode called “St. Louis Qualifying”. On tonight’s show competition in Dallas includes Tilting Table, Ring Toss and Swinging Frames.

On the last episode, “American Ninja Warrior” traveled to Dallas, Texas where competitors tackled ten obstacles including the brand new Tilting Table, Ring Toss and Swinging Frames. Olympic gymnast Johnny Horton and Olympic bobsledder Johnny Quinn competed along with “American Ninja Warrior” veteran Brent Steffenson. Kacy Catanzaro, girlfriend of Steffenson, returned as one of the strongest women in the competition. Competitors in this rigorous obstacle course competition series vied for a chance to win a cash prize of $500,000 and the title “American Ninja Warrior.” Did you watch last week’s episode?  If you missed it we hae a full and detailed recap, right here for you.

On tonight’s episode “American Ninja Warrior” travels to St. Louis, Missouri where competitors face new obstacles the Rope Junction Into Cargo, Double Tilted Ladder and Crazy Cliffhanger. X-Games gold medalist Kevin Robinson, motorcycle racer Dominic Anderson and “Ghost Adventures” host Nick Groff compete. Former Olympic gymnast turned police officer, Terin Humphrey, returns for another shot at completing the course. Competitors in this rigorous obstacle course competition series vie for a chance to win a cash prize of $500,000 and the title “American Ninja Warrior.”Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja Biamila host as Jenn Brown co-hosts.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our coverage of NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, “St. Louis Qualifying” at 9:00 PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know how excited you are about the show so far.

RECAP:

Tonight’s episode of American Ninja Warrior takes place in St. Louis Missouri. Tonight’s American Ninja Warrior course includes the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, tilting monkey bars, and the infamous warped wall.

The contest kicks off tonight with Pavel Fesyuk, a professional exterminator. Pavel cruises through the quintuple steps and the rolling wall, unfortunately he is conquered by the bridge of baldes and out of the competition.

Emily Rhoads, a 30 year old scientist and farmer from Indiana, tries her luck on the St. Louis American Ninja Warrior course. Emily moves through the quintuple steps, but falls off the rolling log, ending her run very quickly.

Minneapolis native and first timer Brant moves through the quintuple steps with ease, and the rolling log and bridge of blades, but falls while trying to conquer the rope swing.

45-year-old Jim Steffen, a father of four, tackles the American Ninja course next. Steffen conquers the quintupe steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and falls while trying to make his way across the tilting monkey bars.

Wild Bill Westrick, a 46 year old professional plumber from Indiana tries his luck on the American Ninja Warrior course next, unfortunately he doesn’t make it past the second obstacle and the rolling log gets the best of him.

Matt Cappicioni, a professional wrestler from Ohio, attempts to conquer the obstacle course next. Matt cruises through the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and the double tilting ladder. Matt just has to conquer the warped wall, unfortunately after three attempts he can’t scale the wall.

The next ninja to attempt to complete the course tonight is Navy vet Roland Seward. It’s Roland’s first time on American Ninja Warrior, and he cruises through the quintuple steps, rolling log, bridge of blades, rope swing, and the tilting monkey bars. Roland Seward scales the warped wall with ease and is the first competitor tonight to complete the St. Louis course.

Jamie Rahn has competed on the American Ninja Warrior six times, and is ready to give it another go tonight. Rahn cruises through the quintuple steps, the bridge of blades, the rolling logs, the rope swing, and the tilting monkey bars, and then runs up the warped wall with ease. Rahn is the second competitor tonight to complete the full course and he now has the fastest time of the night.

50-year-old Carlos Canadillo competes for the first time on American Ninja Warrior. Carlos moves through the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and the tilting monkey bars. After three attempts he can’t make it up the warped wall.

Michelle Warnky is the next competitor to attempt to complete the American Ninja Warrior course. Warnky moves through the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge if blades, the rope swing, the tilting monkey bars, and scales the warped wall on her first attempt. Warnky is only the second woman on American Ninja Warrior to ever complete the entire qualifying course.

Rookie Rob Moravsky attempts the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course next. Rob cruises through the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and the tilting monkey bars. He scales the warped wall on his first attempt and slams the buzzer.

Up next is Chicago native Ethan Swanson. Who has been training for American Ninja Warrior for almost two years. Swanson completes the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and the double-tilt ladders. Swanson climbs the warped wall on the first attempt and hits the buzzer. Unfortunately, after watching instant replay of his run, it is revealed that Ethan’s foot hit the water when he was dismounting the rolling log so he is disqualified.

24-year-old student Amy Pajcik tries her luck at the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course next. Amy moves through the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and the tilting ladder. Unfortunately, after three attempts, she cannot make it to the top of the warped wall.

Brent Ruffin, a former MMA fighter and rugby player, attempts to complete the American Ninja Warrior course next. Brent cruises through the quintuple steps, the rolling log, the bridge of blades, and the rope swing. Brent Ruffin makes it through the tilting ladder and up the warped wall, and hits the buzzer completing the course.

Michael Bernardo, a firefighter from Washington gets his turn on the American Ninja Warrior course next. Unfortunately, after the quintuple steps and the rolling log, Bernardo is out on the bridge of blades.

Ninja Warrior alum, 39-year-old Travis Rosen, tries his luck on the obstacle course next. Rosen runs through the quintuple steps, the bridge of blades, the rope swing, and the double tilting ladder. Rosen scales the warped wall on his first attempt and finishes the qualifying course just 1:39.

The final competitor tonight, Joe Moravsky, an American Ninja warrior alum, cruises through the course with ease and scales the warped wall and scores the best time of the night, 1:04.

One response to “American Ninja Warrior Recap 6/9/14: Season 6 Episode 3 “St. Louis Qualifying””

  1. […] On the last episode, “American Ninja Warrior” traveled to St. Louis, Missouri where competitors faced new obstacles the Rope Junction Into Cargo, Double Tilted Ladder and Crazy Cliffhanger. X-Games gold medalist Kevin Robinson, motorcycle racer Dominic Anderson and “Ghost Adventures” host Nick Groff competed. Former Olympic gymnast turned police officer, Terin Humphrey, returned for another shot at completing the course.  Did you watch the last episode? If you didn’t we recapped it all for you here. […]