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The Spider Walk (スパイダーウォーク) is an iconic second stage obstacle that has been used in the second stage from SASUKE 1 to SASUKE 17 and SASUKE RISING onwards. It was derived from an entirely separate event in Kinniku Banzuke. The obstacle required the competitor to traverse the space between two parallel walls without touching the ground. Four different versions have been used, with Yamamoto Shingo being the only person to attempt all four.  After Nagano Makoto's kanzenseiha, it was remodified into the Jumping Spider in Stage 1.

SASUKE 1-4 Version


In the first four competitions, it was the first and longest obstacle, sometimes taking as much as half of the allotted time. It was divided into three parts. The competitor must travel forward in the first part, and through a moving wall as the second part known as the Ugokukabe (動く壁), and up in the thir
SpiderWalk S2

The 1-4 version of the Spider Walk.

d part known as the Spider Climb (スパイダークライム). In the 1st, 2nd and 3rd competitions, throughout the entire obstacle there were only mats to fall on. In the 4th competition, the first half was water, and the second half (Spider Climb) was padded with mats.

Competitor's Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
1 13 23 56.52%
2 13 34 38.24%
3 9 13 69.23%
4 16 37 43.24%
Total 52 108 47.66%

SASUKE 5-6 Version


After Akiyama Kazuhiko's kanzenseiha, the Spider Walk was moved to the second obstacle and was shortened to five large sets of panels, while the second and fourth panel moved independently of the others which is known as the Ugokukabe (動く壁). Starting the 5th competition, the area under the whole obstacle was filled with water.

Competitor's Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
5 1 3 33.33%
6 5 5 100%
Total 6 8 75%

SASUKE 7-17 Version


The second stage was redesigned for SASUKE 7, and with it came a new, redesigned Spider Walk. This version was shaped like an upside down "J". The competitor must go 3m upwards, 5m horizontally and finally 5m downwards. Instead of reaching for a fireman's pole, the competitors would use a horizontal bar to swing to the platform. At first the competitors did not realize this and went straight to the platform.


Competitor's Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
7 5 6 83.33%
8 5 5 100%
9 6 7 85.71%
10 4 5 80%
11 10 10 100%
12 11 12 91.67%
13 10 10 100%
14 11 11 100%
15 7 7 100%
16 16 16 100%
17 10 11 90.91%
Total 95 100 95%

SASUKE 28~ version


In SASUKE RISING, the Spider Walk returned to the Second Stage. The walls were the same as the ones on Jumping Spider but without the trampoline and with an extension at the end. In SASUKE 30, the obstacle was modified so the walls remained the same as they were in the past 2 tournaments, but with the addition of the Spider Drop, where competitors must drop down to another set of panels to reach the end. In SASUKE 31, Spider Drop was modified without the black mats and instead replaced by a curved wall and was made into an official individual obstacle as opposed being part of Spider Walk. No one has yet to fail this version of the obstacle, and so it is seen more as a time waster, sapping time away before the Backstream, however in SASUKE 30 Drew Drechsel almost failed the Spider Drop portion as his legs slipped on the lower set of panels, however he managed to reposition himself and clear.


Competitors Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
28 4 4 100%
29 17 17 100%
30 17 17 100%
31 10 10 100%
32 8 8 100%
Total 56 56 100%

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