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Ninja Challenge League Adult Finals 2023

The Ninja Challenge League Finals sponsored by OZIGRIP is the culmination of the 2022 season.

The top ninjas from Australia and international wildcards will compete at The Compound Training Bayswater in Melbourne, Victoria on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8, 2023.

More details will be released closer to the date.

The Finals will consist of three stages of competition over the course of the weekend.

The course for the Finals stages will be revealed on the morning of the first day of competition.

Competitors will not be allowed to practice any part of the course unless otherwise specified on the day.

The run order for ALL STAGES will be determined by how many points competitors scored at events throughout the year, with the highest-scoring competitors running later in the day.

Competitors must complete each stage within the designated time limit (where applicable), beginning with Stage One, to progress to the next stage.

If a competitor fails an obstacle on Stage One or Stage Two, they can use the remainder of their time limit to unofficially attempt the remaining obstacles on that stage.

If a competitor falls on Stage Three, they will have three minutes to unofficially attempt the remaining obstacles of Stage Three in that time, if they choose.

If less than 30 competitors in the adult division clear Stage One, then as many non-finishers as needed to reach 30 competitors will advance to Stage Two for unofficial runs, based on furthest-fastest on Stage One.

If less than 15 competitors in the young adult division clear Stage One, then as many non-finishers as needed to reach 15 competitors or 50 per cent of the field (whichever is smaller) will advance to Stage Two for unofficial runs, based on furthest-fastest on Stage One.

If less than 10 competitors in the adult division clear Stage Two, then as many non-finishers as needed to reach 10 competitors will advance to Stage Three for unofficial runs, based on furthest-fastest on Stage Two.

If less than 5 competitors in the young adult division clear Stage Two, then as many non-finishers as needed to reach 5 competitors will advance to Stage Three for unofficial runs, based on furthest-fastest on Stage Two.

The following cash prizes are on offer at the event for the top male and female competitor:

The top men and top women at the NCL Finals 2023 will also qualify to compete in the World Ninja League World Championships in the United States in mid-2024.

For more information about the National Ninja League, visit www.nationalninja.com.

If you have any questions about the Ninja Challenge League’s rules or format, contact the Commissioner directly at commissioner@ninjachallengeleague.com.

*Please note: in the event that competitors are unable to attend the Finals due to testing positive to COVID-19, a full refund will be offered, less the cost of Finals tees if they have been printed already.

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