American Ninja Warrior (season 7)

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American Ninja Warrior (season 7)
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Broadcast fromMay 25 (2015-05-25) – September 14, 2015 (2015-09-14)
Host(s)Matt Iseman
Akbar Gbaja-Biamila
Kristine Leahy
BroadcasterNBC
Competitors600[1]
Finals venueLas Vegas, NV
Chronology

The seventh season of American Ninja Warrior premiered on NBC on May 25, 2015. Hosts Matt Iseman & Akbar Gbaja-Biamila returned for their respective sixth and third seasons while newcomer Kristine Leahy joined as sideline reporter, replacing Jenn Brown. In addition, this season's grand prize was increased from $500,000 to $1,000,000. The season concluded on September 14, 2015.

For the first time in American Ninja Warrior history, a competitor completed Stage 3 of the Las Vegas Finals. Both Geoff Britten and Isaac Caldiero completed Stage 3 and climbed Mount Midoriyama in the allotted time of 30 seconds and achieved "Total Victory," however, Caldiero made the climb in the faster time and was the first competitor to be awarded the grand prize of $1,000,000. However, the title of "First American Ninja Warrior" was unofficially awarded by the community to Britten for being the first to climb the tower.

Changes[edit]

This season's grand prize was doubled from $500,000 to $1,000,000.[2][3]

Cities[edit]

In addition to 6 cities, the Finals were once again held in Las Vegas.[4]

Taping Dates[edit]

VENICE:
  • 3/13/15 Qualifying
  • 3/14/15 Finals
HOUSTON:
  • 3/28/15 Qualifying
  • 3/29/15 Finals
KANSAS CITY, MO:
  • 4/18/15 Qualifying
  • 4/19/15 Finals
ORLANDO:
  • 5/10/15 Qualifying
  • 5/11/15 Finals
PITTSBURGH:
  • 5/22/15 Qualifying
  • 5/23/15 Finals
SAN PEDRO:
  • 6/5/15 Qualifying
  • 6/6/15 Finals

City finals[edit]

Venice finals[edit]

Competitors who advanced to the Vegas Finals are listed below.[5] Obstacles used in the Venice Finals included:[6]

  • Quintuple Steps
  • Mini Silk Slider
  • Tilting Table
  • Spin Cycle
  • Hourglass Drop
  • Warped Wall
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Rumbling Dice
  • Clear Climb
  • Invisible Ladder
Rank Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Time
1 Nicholas Coolridge Completed 6:06.39
2 Kevin Bull Failed Invisible Ladder
3 David Campbell Failed Invisible Ladder
4 Alvaro Campos Failed Clear Climb
5 Grant McCartney Failed Clear Climb
6 Jessie Graff Failed Clear Climb
7 Dustin Rocho Failed Rumbling Dice
8 Ben Melick Failed Rumbling Dice
9 Ryan Robinson Failed Rumbling Dice
10 Almas Meirmanov Failed Salmon Ladder
11 Jason Tirado Failed Hourglass Drop
12 Sam Goldstein DQ Hourglass Drop
13 Michael Burkett-Crist Failed Hourglass Drop
14 Azeo Torre Failed Hourglass Drop
15 Theo Agu Failed Hourglass Drop
Notes
  • Nicholas Coolridge was the only person to clear the course as the "POM Run of The Night".
  • Many people went out on the Hourglass Drop,[5] meaning that most people had to only clear the 5th Obstacle to make it to Vegas, and did not even need to pass all the standard qualifying course obstacles; the only other time this has occurred was during Season 4 during the Northeast Region Finals.
  • Jessie Graff is only the 4th woman to scale the Warped Wall,[5] and the second to make it to Las Vegas without being a Wild Card (and is the only one to make it this season without being a Wild Card). Graff is also the second woman to clear the Salmon Ladder.[citation needed] Graff is only the second woman to clear the salmon ladder, behind Kacy Catanzaro in ANW 6.

Kansas City finals[edit]

Competitors who advanced to the Vegas Finals are listed below.[7] A small rainstorm had passed over earlier, causing some obstacles to be slightly wet and slick.[7] Obstacles used in the Kansas City Finals included:[8][9]

  • Quintuple Steps
  • Big Dipper
  • Floating Tiles
  • Modified Ring Toss
  • Bungee Road
  • Warped Wall
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Flying Shelf Grab
  • Body Prop
  • Invisible Ladder
Rank Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Time
1 Lance Pekus Completed 5:38.44
2 Ian Dory Completed 6:44.51
3 Brendan Couvreux Completed 8:14.84
4 Isaac Caldiero Failed Body Prop
5 Josh Cook Failed Body Prop
6 Brandon Berrett Failed Body Prop
7 Lorin Ball Failed Body Prop
8 Paul Kasemir Failed Body Prop
9 Brandon Mears Failed Body Prop
10 Jake Murray Failed Body Prop
11 Karson Voiles Failed Body Prop
12 Brian Arnold Failed Body Prop
13 Jason Williams Failed Body Prop
14 Dan Yager Failed Body Prop
15 Dennis Lappin Failed Body Prop
Notes
  • Meagan Martin was the only female in the finals, but she fell on the second obstacle and placed last in the finals. However, she still became a wildcard for Vegas.
  • Kansas City had the most finishers of any city finals course this year, with 3.

Houston finals[edit]

Competitors who advanced to the Vegas Finals are listed below.[10] Obstacles in the Houston Finals included:[11]

  • Quintuple Steps
  • Tilting Slider
  • Spinning Log
  • Cargo Crossing
  • Swinging Spikes
  • Warped Wall
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Walking Bar
  • Crazy Ciffhanger
  • Invisible Ladder
Rank Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Time
1 Jeremiah Morgan Completed 6:16.68
2 Sam Sann Completed 8:43.39
3 Daniel Gil Failed Crazy Cliffhanger
4 Karsten Williams Failed Crazy Cliffhanger
5 Tremayne Dortch Failed Crazy Cliffhanger
6 Thomas Stillings Failed Walking Bar
7 Geoff Lancaster Failed Walking Bar
8 Brent Steffensen Failed Walking Bar
9 David Yarter Failed Walking Bar
10 Dillon Gates Failed Walking Bar
11 Kevin Klein Failed Walking Bar
12 Abel Gonzalez Failed Walking Bar
13 Joe Calderon Failed Walking Bar
14 Anthony Scott Failed Walking Bar
15 Jonathan Parr Failed Walking Bar
Notes
  • Jeremiah Morgan and Sam Sann were the only 2 finishers of the course.
  • Sam Sann is the 2nd oldest person to finish a City Finals Course at 48 years old, after Jon Stewart.[citation needed]
  • The "Walking Bar" proved to be the most difficult obstacle during the course.[10]

Orlando finals[edit]

Competitors who advanced to the Vegas Finals are listed below.[12] Obstacles used during the Orlando Finals are listed below.[13]

  • Quintuple Steps
  • Rolling Log
  • Paddle Boards
  • Tire Swing
  • Double Tilt Ladders
  • Warped Wall
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Cannonball Alley
  • Double Helix
  • Invisible Ladder
Rank Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Time
1 James McGrath Completed 5:30.58
2 Adam Arnold Completed 6:42.07
3 Flip Rodriguez Failed Invisible Ladder
4 Drew Drechsel Failed Invisible Ladder
5 Neil Craver Failed Invisible Ladder
6 Travis Rosen Failed Double Helix
7 Gordon White Failed Double Helix
8 JJ Woods Failed Cannonball Alley
9 Sean Clayton Failed Cannonball Alley
10 James Bogle Jr Failed Cannonball Alley
11 Hunter Sipes Failed Cannonball Alley
12 Eddy Stewart Failed Cannonball Alley
13 Rich Shoemaker Failed Cannonball Alley
14 Jo Jo Bynum Failed Cannonball Alley
15 Alexio Gomes Failed Cannonball Alley
Notes
  • Adam Arnold and James McGrath were the only two competitors to complete this course.
  • Cannonball Alley eliminated 11 competitors, almost one-third of the competitors. Only 7 out of 18 competitors who made it that far, advanced to the next obstacle.[citation needed]
  • The course took place at Universal Studios Orlando.[12]

Pittsburgh finals[edit]

Competitors who advanced to the Vegas Finals are listed below.[14] Obstacles in the Pittsburgh Finals included:[15]

  • Quintuple Steps
  • Log Grip
  • Snake Crossing
  • Wind Chimes
  • Devil Steps
  • Warped Wall
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Floating Monkey Bars
  • Doorknob Arch
  • Invisible Ladder
Rank Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Time
1 Geoff Britten Completed 6:44.81
2 Joe Moravsky Completed 7:28.92
3 Jamie Rahn Failed Invisible Ladder
4 Elet Hall Failed Doorknob Arch
5 Mike Meyers Failed Doorknob Arch
6 Sean Darling-Hammond Failed Doorknob Arch
7 Mike Bernardo Failed Doorknob Arch
8 Adam Mihm Failed Floating Monkey Bars
9 Brian Wilczewski Failed Floating Monkey Bars
10 Pavel Fesyuk Failed Floating Monkey Bars
11 Adam Grossman Failed Floating Monkey Bars
12 P.J. Granger Failed Floating Monkey Bars
13 Aaron Himelright Failed Floating Monkey Bars
14 Todd Mitchell Failed Floating Monkey Bars
15 Ron Schmidt Failed Floating Monkey Bars
Notes
  • Joe Moravsky and Geoff Britten were the only two finishers.
  • Michelle Warnky was the only female in the Pittsburgh City Finals, but failed on Snake Crossing. However, she was wild-carded to the Las Vegas National Finals.[14]
  • Miles Avery was the oldest man ever to make a City Finals but failed on Snake Crossing as well.[citation needed]

Military finals[edit]

Competitors who advanced to the Vegas Finals are listed below.[16] Obstacles in the San Pedro Finals included:[17]

  • Quintuple Steps
  • Jump Hang
  • Log Runner
  • Monkey Pegs
  • I-Beam Cross
  • Warped Wall
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Swinging Frames
  • Globe Grasper
  • Invisible Ladder
Fifth-place finisher Tech. Sgt. Justin B. Gielski, of the New Jersey Air National Guard, doing Ninja training in his home state
Rank Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Time
1 Dustin McKinney Completed 9:48.75
2 Matthew Jensen Failed Invisible Ladder
3 Ryan Stratis Failed Invisible Ladder
4 Robin Pietschmann Failed Globe Grasper
5 Justin Gielski Failed Globe Grasper
6 Ahmed Toure Failed Globe Grasper
7 Jeremy Prather Failed Globe Grasper
8 Christopher Moore Failed Swinging Frames
9 Jeremy Guarino Failed Swinging Frames
10 Van Tran Failed Swinging Frames
11 Steve Martin Failed Swinging Frames
12 Caleb Hayre Failed Salmon Ladder
13 Preston Griffall Failed Salmon Ladder
14 Nathan Tucker Failed Salmon Ladder
15 Benjamin Barrett Failed Salmon Ladder
Notes
  • The Finals were held in San Pedro, California, with the USS Iowa as a backdrop.
  • Dustin McKinney was the only finisher; he is also the shortest man to ever complete a City Finals course.[citation needed]
  • Preston Griffall was the first Olympian to advance to Vegas[citation needed], failing on the Salmon Ladder, placing 13th.

Fastest Finalists[edit]

James McGrath had the fastest time on a City Finals course.

City Fastest Time Time
Venice Nicholas Coolridge 6:06.39
Kansas City Lance Pekus 5:38.44
Houston Jeremiah Morgan 6:16.68
Orlando James McGrath 5:30.50
Pittsburgh Geoff Britten 6:44.81
Military Dustin McKinney 9:48.75

Mount Midoriyama[edit]

Stage 1 Clears[edit]

Competitors who successfully completed Stage 1 in the 2:30 time threshold are listed below. Competitors in Bold are finishers of the City Finals. [18] Obstacles used in Stage 1 included:[19]

  • Piston Road
  • Propeller Bar
  • Silk Slider
  • Jumping Spider
  • Sonic Curve
  • Warped Wall
  • Coin Flip
  • Triple Swing
Order Finalist Outcome Result
1 Brent Steffensen Completed 1:38.92
2 Jake Murray Completed 1:39.78
3 Kevin Bull Completed 1:40.26
4 Drew Drechsel Completed 1:49.42
5 Daniel Gil Completed 1:51.56
6 Joe Moravsky Completed 1:54.69
7 Jeremiah Morgan Completed 1:56.24
8 JJ Woods Completed 1:57.36
9 Mike Meyers Completed 2:00.23
10 Flip Rodriguez Completed 2:01.14
11 Dan Yager Completed 2:02.50
12 Brian Wilczewski Completed 2:03.66
13 Travis Rosen Completed 2:04.14
14 Geoff Britten Completed 2:05.34
15 Lance Pekus Completed 2:06.34
16 Brian Arnold Completed 2:07.15
17 Neil Craver Completed 2:07.16
18 Jo Jo Bynum Completed 2:07.17
19 Sean Clayton Completed 2:08.36
20 Isaac Caldiero Completed 2:09.26
21 Jason Williams Completed 2:09.78
22 Karson Voiles Completed 2:11.53
23 Mike Bernardo Completed 2:11.86
24 Thomas Stillings Completed 2:13.02
25 Abel Gonzalez Completed 2:14.50
26 Ryan Stratis Completed 2:15.21
27 Jamie Rahn Completed 2:17.22
28 Anthony Scott Completed 2:19.10
29 Brandon Mears Completed 2:19.52
30 Grant McCartney Completed 2:20.41
31 Dustin McKinney Completed 2:22.52
32 Ian Dory Completed 2:24.13
33 Nathan Tucker Completed 2:25.34
34 Kevin Klein Completed 2:25.44
35 Tremayne Dortch Completed 2:28.03
36 Pavel Fesyuk Completed 2:29.01
37 David Yarter Completed 2:29.48
38 Dustin Rocho Completed 2:29.53
Notes
  • A record of 38 competitors had completed stage 1, beating the record of 24 in season 4. This record would be beaten in season 9, with 41 competitors.
  • The Vegas finals had a record 3 finishers (Pavel fesyuk, David Yarter, and Dustin Rocho) who completed Stage 1 with less than a second left.
  • Brent Steffensen had the fastest time on the course by 1:38.92.
  • Brandon Mears is the tallest person to complete Stage 1 in ANW history at 6'5 (195.6 cm).
  • Dustin McKinney is the shortest person to complete stage 1 in ANW history at 5'2 (157.5 cm), until Tyler Yamauchi in the show's ninth season.

Stage 2[edit]

Stage 2 Obstacles:

  • Rope Jungle
  • Double Salmon Ladder
  • Unstable Bridge
  • Butterfly Wall
  • Roulette Row
  • Wall Lift
Order Finalist Outcome Obstacle/Result
1 Jo Jo Bynum Failed Double Salmon Ladder
2 Daniel Gil Failed Roulette Row
3 Dustin McKinney Failed Rope Jungle
4 Kevin Klein Failed Rope Jungle
5 Tremayne Dortch Failed Unstable Bridge
6 Brandon Mears Failed Unstable Bridge
7 Jamie Rahn Failed Roulette Row
8 Grant McCartney Failed Double Salmon Ladder
9 Dan Yager Failed Roulette Row
10 Ian Dory Completed 2:16.03
11 Brian Arnold Failed Roulette Row
12 Travis Rosen Failed Unstable Bridge
13 Neil Craver Failed Double Salmon Ladder
14 Dustin Rocho Failed Unstable Bridge
15 Brian Wilczewski Failed Roulette Row
16 Ryan Stratis Failed Double Salmon Ladder
17 Isaac Caldiero Completed 2:04.80
18 Mike Meyers Failed Roulette Row
19 Jeremiah Morgan Completed 2:11.23
20 Lance Pekus Failed Roulette Row
21 Kevin Bull Completed 2:01.10
22 Mike Bernando Failed Roulette Row
23 Karson Voiles Failed Roulette Row
24 Flip Rodriguez Failed Roulette Row
25 Pavel Fesyuk Failed Double Salmon Ladder
26 Anthony Scott Failed Unstable Bridge
27 Abel Gonzalez Completed 2:20.56
28 Geoff Britten Completed 2:00.89
29 Joe Moravsky Completed 2:09.59
30 JJ Woods Failed Roulette Row
31 Drew Dreschel Completed 2:12.48
32 Brent Steffensen Failed Unstable Bridge
33 David Yarter Failed Unstable Bridge
34 Nathan Tucker Failed Double Salmon Ladder
35 Jake Murray Failed Double Salmon Ladder
36 Jason Williams Failed Roulette Row
37 Sean Clayton Failed Unstable Bridge
38 Thomas Stillings Failed Unstable Bridge
Notes
  • A record 8 finishers cleared Stage 2.
  • Geoff Britten owns the fastest time in Stage 2 with 2:00.89

Stage 3[edit]

Stage 3 Obstacles:

  • Psycho Chainsaw
  • Doorknob Grasper
  • Floating Boards
  • Ultimate Cliffhanger
  • Pole Grasper
  • Hang Climb
  • Area 51
  • Flying Bar
Order Finalist Outcome Obstacle
1 Abel Gonzalez Failed Ultimate Cliffhanger
2 Kevin Bull Failed Ultimate Cliffhanger
3 Ian Dory Failed Flying Bar
4 Isaac Caldiero Completed
5 Jeremiah Morgan Failed Ultimate Cliffhanger
6 Drew Dreschel Failed Hang Climb
7 Joe Moravsky Failed Ultimate Cliffhanger
8 Geoff Britten Completed
Notes
  • Geoff Britten and Isaac Caldiero were the only two finishers in Stage 3.

Stage 4[edit]

Isaac Caldiero and Geoff Britten were the first two people to reach Stage 4 in the 7 season history of the show. Since there were two competitors, the title of "First American Ninja Warrior" along with the grand prize was given to the athlete with the fastest time to climb the tower via a 75-foot rope and hit the buzzer at the top. While Britten was able to hit the buzzer at the top with 0.35 seconds remaining, Caldiero hit the buzzer with 3.86 seconds left and won the title and the prize money.

Order Finalist Outcome Result
1 Geoff Britten Total Victory 29.65
2 Isaac Caldiero Total Victory 26.14

U.S. Nielsen Ratings[edit]

No.
in
series
[20]
No.
in
season
Episode Air date Rating/Share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
Time
slot
rank
Nightly
rank
Weekly
rank
DVR
18-49
DVR
Viewers
(millions)
Total
18-49
Total
Viewers
88 1 Venice Beach Qualifying May 25, 2015 1.8 6 5.87[21] 1 1 3[22] 0.3 0.707 2.1 6.57[23]
89 2 Kansas City Qualifying June 1, 2015 2.0 7 6.86[24] 1 1 4[25] 0.3 0.892 2.3 7.75[23]
90 3 Houston Qualifying June 8, 2015 2.1 7 6.99[26] 1 1 6[27] 0.4 1.088 2.5 8.10[23]
91 4 Orlando Qualifying June 22, 2015 1.8 7 5.94[28] 2 2 7[29] 0.3 0.844 2.1 6.78[23]
92 5 Pittsburgh Qualifying June 29, 2015 1.9 7 6.80[30] 1 1 4[31] 0.5 1.034 2.4 7.84[23]
93 6 San Pedro Qualifying July 6, 2015 1.9 7 6.42[32] 2 2 6[33] 0.3 N/A 2.2 N/A[23]
94 7 Venice Beach Finals July 13, 2015 1.8 6 6.06[34] 2 2 8[35] 0.4 0.920 2.2 6.96[36]
95 8 Kansas City Finals July 20, 2015 2.1 7 6.68[37] 1 1 2[38] N/A 0.705 N/A 7.39[39]
96 9 Houston Finals July 27, 2015 1.9 7 6.18[40] 2 3 6[41] 0.3 0.790 2.2 6.97[42]
97 10 Orlando Finals August 3, 2015 1.9 7 6.52[43] 1 1 7[44] 0.3 0.813 2.2 7.33[45]
98 11 Pittsburgh Finals August 10, 2015 2.1 7 7.19[46] 1 1 3[47] 0.3 0.902 2.4 8.11[48]
99 12 San Pedro Finals August 17, 2015 1.9 7 6.81[49] 1 1 5[50] 0.3 0.782 2.2 7.59[51]
100 13 Best Runs of 2015
(Compilation Show)
August 24, 2015 1.3 5 5.07[52] 2 2 10[53] N/A N/A N/A N/A
101 14 Vegas Finals
(Stage 1)
August 31, 2015 2.1 7 7.32[54] 1 1 3[55] 0.4 1.031 2.5 8.35[56]
102 15 Vegas Finals
(Stage 1 continued)
September 7, 2015 1.7 5 6.20[57] 1 1 13[58] 0.3 0.890 2.0 7.09[59]
103 16 Vegas Finals
(Stages 2, 3, & 4)
September 14, 2015 2.1 7 6.06[60] 1 (tie) 1 (tie) 10[61] N/A N/A N/A N/A

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