NCL Youth Finals Update #4

In this update:


If you haven’t already, this is your final reminder to update your child’s profile description on their profile with details for our commentators to mention during their runs before midnight tonight (Tuesday, 19 September 2023).

The link to sign-in to your child’s account is here:

Our crack team of youth commentators will do their best with what they’ve got, but there’s a marked difference in the quality of commentating when they have notes to draw on.

As a reminder, here are some of the questions you might answer:

The screenshot below should help you find the right spot:

If you’re having difficulty accessing your child’s account to update the profile, please contact us for assistance.

While you’re there, if you’d also consider updating your child’s standing reach that’d be much appreciated!


It’s all well and good to have notes on each competitor, but you need someone to read them out! Luckily, we’ve got some great commentators to help out and we think you’ll be excited to see some of these names:

These awesome ninjas are volunteering their time to make sure we have commentary on the youth livestream, so be sure to show your appreciation if you see them at Finals.

While we can’t guarantee who will be commentating individual runs as they’ll be on a rotation, each of them is a veteran ninja who knows what they are talking about.


International wildcards have been a part of the Ninja Challenge League since its inception, with American Ninja Warrior veteran Travis Brewer kicking us off and Sasuke Malaysia’s Mat Redho making history in 2018 as the first international wildcard to take home the title of Last Ninja Standing.

For the first time in NCL history, we’ll be having an international wildcard in the NCL Youth Finals!

All the way from Israel, Teens Division competitor Ofek Vig will be putting our locals to the test.

We hope you’ll make Ofek feel welcome and support him as you would any Australian competitor.

You can check out some of Ofek’s amazing moves on his Instagram:


Spectator tickets for Day 1 of the NCL Youth Finals have been on sale for just under two weeks, so we wanted to provide an update on the number of tickets sold and the number of total tickets remaining and the number of unclaimed parent/guardian tickets.

Wednesday, October 4

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That’s all for now – if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

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