Chris DiGangi is a federal consultant from Naperville, Illinois.
Chris first competed in American Ninja Warrior 4 in the Northeast region. His run was digested in qualifying but he finished the course and advanced to the city finals, which he also cleared. In the national finals, he failed the Jumping Spider on Stage 1.
DiGangi returned to compete in Baltimore in American Ninja Warrior 5 where he completed the qualifying course in 21st place. But in the city finals, he fell on the Salmon Ladder which didn't advance him to the national finals.
Chris returned to compete in Miami in American Ninja Warrior 6. His run was not shown in qualifying, but he shockingly failed the Downhill Pipe Drop and did not move on to the city finals.
DiGangi returned to compete in Philadelphia in American Ninja warrior 8 where he was one of the many athletes that failed Rolling Thunder in qualifying. He placed 11th at the end of the qualifying round and moved on to the city finals.
His run was cut during the city finals, but like qualifying, he failed the Rolling Thunder again.
Chris returned to compete in Cleveland in American Ninja Warrior 9, where it was revealed that he was now dating fellow competitor Jesse Labreck. Chris' run was digested in qualifying but he finished the course placing 10th.
In the city finals, he failed the Nail Clipper but placed 10th again and advanced to the national finals after a four year absence.
On Stage 1, he got his revenge on the Jumping Spider, which took him out last time he participated in Vegas, but got hung up on the Domino Pipes and ultimately failed the last obstacle, the Flying Squirrel.
DiGangi returned to compete in Indianapolis in American Ninja Warrior 10.
In qualifying, he had a stumble on Block Run, but was able to make it to the Warped Wall where he failed to scale the 18-foot Mega Wall, but he did scale the regular 14'6' wall and complete the course with the 3rd fastest time behind Michael Bougher and Dan Polizzi.
In the city finals, his run was digested but it was shown that he failed Cane Lane and placed 8th overall, making his third appearance in the national finals.
His run on Stage 1 was digested but it was shown that he failed the Double Dipper. This ultimately ended his and Jesse Labreck's streak of having the same results on the course, as Jesse made it to the eighth obstacle, Twist & Fly. The streak ended at 5 times by the time he failed the Double Dipper.
|ANW4||Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)||Lost his footing.|
|ANW9||Failed Flying Squirrel (First Stage)|
|ANW 10||Failed Double Dipper (First Stage)||Digest|