Aerial-Ninja: Dual Stage Ninja Warrior Competition

Fitset Ninja & Snow Valley Aerial Park are partnering up to create an epic ninja competition September 28th & 29th in Edmonton.

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What is a dual stage ninja warrior competition? A first of it’s kind competition in Edmonton where athletes compete in two stages to make up their final score. We will also be hosting 2-hour skill development workshops Thursday September 26th at Fitset Ninja for those looking to level up their ninja skills before the competition. No matter what your skill or experience level this will be a great opportunity to learn, develop and practice ninja & obstacle skills in a fun, safe and friendly environment. Kids must be at least 125cm tall to participate. More details below..


Competition Format:

Stage 1 at Fitset Ninja will be just like the TV show American Ninja Warrior, where registrants will put their skills to the test on an expertly designed course and have one run to accumulate the highest score in the fastest time. The run will be judged by points first (obstacles completed successfully), and time second.

Stage 2 at Snow Valley Aerial Park will be scored differently. Competitors will get exactly 10 minutes on each level (there are 3 levels) to complete as many obstacles as possible where different obstacles have different point values. Your score on this stage will be the sum of all of your completed obstacles point values.

Your final score will be calculated by adding your stage 1 score to your stage 2 score. We'll be hosting both a kids & adult competition with prizes for all age divisions including a $1500 cash prize purse split between the adult open divisions!


Kids divisions (ages 6+) are boys/girls: u9, u11 and u13. Ages 14 and up compete in the adult amateur divisions.

Adult divisions are men/women: Amateur, Open, 40+


Stage 1: Fitset Ninja Course Sept 28th

Stage 2: Snow Valley Aerial Park Course Sept 29th

Competition Schedule:

Stage 1 at Fitset Ninja (11511 120th street)

Kids Competition: Saturday September 28th. 8am-4pm.

8am - u9 registration and warmup, 830am course walkthrough and start

11am - u11 registration and warmup, 1130am course walkthrough and start

2pm - u13 registration and warmup, 230pm course walkthrough and start

Adult Competition: Saturday September 28th. 6pm-10pm

6pm - All adult divisions registration and warmup 630pm Course walkthrough and start. Amateurs first, Open second

Stage 2 at Snow Valley Aerial Park (13204 Rainbow Valley Rd)

Kids Competition: Sunday September 29th. 8am-2pm.

8am - Registration for all kids age divisions and exact race time will be given to each athlete on site.

Adult Competition: Sunday September 29th. 2pm-4pm.

2pm - Registration for all adult divisions and exact race time will be given to each athlete on site.


Adult Open Mens & Womens

1st - $500

2nd - $250

3rd - Gets registration fee refunded ($50)

*All other divisions and kids divisions will have non-cash prizes for the top 3 finishers.

Skill Development Workshops w/ Coach Kody

No experience necessary. Learn from our in house ninja warrior Kody O’Brien! Kody is an elite Obstacle Course Racer, 2019 Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association World Finals Qualifier and Ace certified personal trainer. This 2-hour intensive workshop is based on teachings Kody learnt from veteran America ninja warrior Jamie "Captain NBC” Rahn. The workshop will focus on problem solving, approaching new obstacles, being creative, “thinking like a ninja”, and most of all and most importantly trying and exploring new movements!

Kids Skill Development Workshop (ages 6-13) - Thursday September 26th 7-9pm

Coach Kody O’Brien’s medal collection!

Coach Kody O’Brien’s medal collection!

Registration Limited!

Competition Registration - $99 early bird until August 31st, $125 after August 31st

Workshop Registration - $50

BEST VALUE Competition & Workshop Registration - $140 early bird until August 31st, $165 after August 31st

*All competitors will receive 50% off one admission to the Aerial Park during September. We strongly recommend all competitors come beforehand to learn how the safety device works, try the elements, and get a tip or two from the aerial park guides guides.