Chris Wilczewski is an American Ninja Warrior competitor who has competed in seven seasons.

American Ninja Warrior

In American Ninja Warrior 2 he placed 10th in the qualifiers, with a time of 48.72 seconds. However, in the Semi-Finals, he was one of many competitors to fail the Salmon Ladder.

He then came back for American Ninja Warrior 3 and killed the qualifying course, finishing the course with the third fastest time. In the Semi-Finals, he made it past the Salmon Ladder that eliminated him last time. However, like many that day, he failed the Unstable Bridge. Still, that was enough to place him second in the Semi-Finals. His performance in Boot Camp, however, was not enough to go to SASUKE 27.

Chris returned in American Ninja Warrior 4 and finished the qualifying course in 1:20.70. In the semi-finals, Chris managed to finish fast enough to get a spot in the top 15. In Las Vegas, he cleared the first stage with less than 9 seconds, but failed the first obstacle in Stage 2, the Slider Drop, when he lost his grip due to the impact of the drop.

He again competed in American Ninja Warrior 5 along with his younger brother Brian, who was making his debut. However, he shocked many by failing the Circle Cross. Meanwhile, Brian ended up finishing the course and later went on to compete in the Vegas finals.

In American Ninja Warrior 6, Chris made it back to Vegas finishing 16th in the qualifying round and 9th in the finals. He cleared the First Stage with 22.26 seconds left. In the Second Stage, he missed the landing pad on the Metal Spin and was left hanging in the middle of the obstacle. He couldn't get the obstacle to spin back to the mat and eventually dropped into the water.

In American Ninja Warrior 7, Chris competed again for the 6th time on ANW in the Pittsburgh qualifiers. He made it past the first 2 obstacles, but on the new Snake Crossing, he lost his balance and got DQ'd. This was his second time failing qualifying. He was once again beaten by his brother Brian Wilczewski.
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Chris competed in American Ninja Warrior 8 wearing pink to support breast cancer. He once again fell in qualifying, failing Rolling Thunder, but his speed on the other four obstacles guaranteed him a spot in the finals, placing 13th overall. However, he went the farthest than anyone in the history-making Philadelphia City Finals course with no finishers, only to fail the last obstacle, the Invisible Ladder. In Vegas, Chris completed Stage 1 with just 8.22 seconds left on the clock. On Stage 2 he was making good time on the course, but he failed the Double Wedge.
Chris Wilczewski ANW All-Star Special 2017

On July 17, 2016, Chris had been swept by a massive wave at Lake Michigan, and nearly drowned to death after being submerged underwater for over 30 seconds straight. As such, Chris had suffered from PTSD and anxiety and ultimately did not compete in American Ninja Warrior 9.

Chris Wilczewski at the Philadelphia City Qualifiers - American Ninja Warrior 2018

Chris Wilczewski at the Philadelphia City Qualifiers - American Ninja Warrior 2018

In a better mental state than last year, Chris had competed in Philadelphia in American Ninja Warrior 10. Unlike most of his previous appearances, Chris sped through most of the obstacles with ease, wasting no time on them. He later was able to scale the Mega Wall and win $10,000. He ended of the night with the top fastest time and was the 5th competitor to be able to scale the Mega Wall.

Team Ninja Competitions

Team Ninja Warrior

Chris competed on the inaugural season of Team Ninja Warrior as a member of the Lab Rats, also consisting of Michelle Warnky and his brother Brian, the captain.

Team Ninja Warrior 2

Chris took over the captain position for the Lab Rats on Team Ninja Warrior 2. On his first matchup, however, he injured his left shoulder. Despite beating his competitor, he had to pull from the competition, with Arnold Hernandez taking his spot and Brian taking over as captain of the team. Chris's shoulder injury also partly resulted in him not competing on American Ninja Warrior 9.

American Ninja Warrior Ninja Vs. Ninja

Chris did compete on the team again and the Lab Rats made it to the playoffs before getting eliminated by Team Ronin.

The Movement Lab

To train for American Ninja Warrior, Chris and his brother Brian created replicas of several obstacles on the show. This course is called The Warrior Lab and he trains there daily. Several of the city finalists in the Northeast region of American Ninja Warrior 4 have trained there. The Warrior Lab is now known as a gym called the Movement Laboratory in Hainesport, NJ, where Chris and Brian teach students parkour and Ninja Warrior. Obstacle replicas include:

ANW # Result Notes
4 Failed Slider Drop (Second Stage)
6 Failed Metal Spin (Second Stage)
8 Failed Double Wedge (Second Stage) Failed 2nd wall