don't remove the competitors' success rate on the I-Beam Gap
I can tell it is the correct because 60 competitors completed the 3rd obstacle, Razor's Edge and 29 fell on the Ring Jump out of the 20 attempts. So 31 made it to the I-Beam Gap and 15 completed it. Also the same goes for the finals round with the math and that stuff. Please don't change it again.
However, since it has not been confirmed yet, so for the time being, just keep it normal until an official information has been released. Don't create an assumption that can cause a bad rumor about her.
Hi Andrian, you keep spamming me on my youtube channel complaining about something and you are not responding to my comments so I am going to ask you again here if you want me to do anything about it. Otherwise I really do not appreciate your rudeness and lack of self awareness.
Oh.. I'm sorry about that. However, do you know the guy behind Ross Nick?
Actually, it's not a problem if Nick Ross's joke doesn't interfere this wiki page. However, in fact, Nick Ross's joke had been interfered this wiki page, with many false informations added in SASUKE 19 and Kanzenseiha pages. Fortunately, our admin had deleted and blocked those pages and username that caused the problem.
On American Ninja Warrior competitions, Last Man Standing refers to the American competitor, who made the furthest than any other competitor during Las Vegas national finals (or SASUKE tournaments during the first three American Ninja Warrior seasons), not the competitor who went last.
On several Ninja Warrior's international formats (e.g. Ninja Warrior UK, Australian Ninja Warrior, and SASUKE Ninja Warrior Indonesia), Last Man Standing also refers as the competitor who made the furthest than any other competitor of the season. On Ninja Warrior UK particularly, Last Man Standing become an official title.