David Money is a construction worker who first competed in American Ninja Warrior 2 and he beat the qualifier in 40.52 seconds, which was good enough to earn 2nd place. In the Semi-Finals, however, he failed on the Salmon Ladder, like many that day and did not advance to boot camp.
In American Ninja Warrior 4, David started strong, but started to lose stamina on the Devil Steps and he didn't have enough energy to scale the Soritatsu Kabe. Despite this, his time past the Devil Steps was good enough for 30th place. In the Semi-Finals, David cleared the Devil Steps at a more steadier pace and because of this he managed to get up the Soritatsu Kabe that beat him in the qualifier and he even beat the Salmon Ladder that took him out in American Ninja Warrior 2, but he didn't have enough strength to get past the Arm Rings and he placed 17th overall. However, because Seddrick Bassett didn't compete in Las Vegas, David replaced him. During his run he started strong, but struggled on the Soritatsu Kabe and he took long pauses before the Half-Pipe Attack and the Spin Bridge, causing him to time out on the Rope Ladder about halfway up. Nevertheless, he was satisfied with his performance. He competed again American Ninja Warrior 5, but failed on the Chain Swing, the fourth obstacle of the qualifying. He did not earn a spot on the top 30 in the Venice Beach qualifying.
In American Ninja Warrior 6, he competed again, but this time with his brother Paul Money. In Venice, he started out strong cleared the first 4 obstacles, including the Rolling Escargot and new Slack Ladder. However on the Ladder Peg, he got tired and almost cleared it but failed. But, it was good enough to make it in the top 30, where he placed 23rd. In the Venice Finals, it was shown that he failed the Ladder Peg again. He didn't make it to Vegas, and he has not competed on American Ninja Warrior since.
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