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The next generation of "American Ninja Warrior" begins, as some of the show's biggest fans now get an opportunity to compete for the chance to be named American Ninja Warrior junior champion. Over the course of 20 weeks, 192 young competitors travel to Los Angeles from all over the country to square off in three separate age group brackets (9 and 10, 11 and 12, 13 and 14) until only one is left standing in each bracket. "American Ninja Warrior" co-hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila return to provide play-by-play commentary, along with a new co-host, gold-winning Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez. Joining them will be all-star ninjas, including Drew Drechsel, Meagan Martin, Najee Richardson, Barclay Stockett, Kevin Bull, and Natalie Duran, who will act as mentors for all of the junior ninjas.

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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the ninth qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the eighth qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the seventh qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the sixth qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the fifth qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the fourth qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the third qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the second qualifier of the tournament.
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Twelve young athletes between the ages of 9 to 14, representing three different age groups, travel from all over the United States to compete in the first of 16 qualifiers.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 junior ninjas (ages 9-14) in the 10th qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Barclay Stockett, Natalie Duran, Najee Richardson, Meagan Martin and Kevin Bull return to mentor the final four competitors from each age group, as the Champions of American Ninja Warrior Junior are crowned.
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All-star ninjas Meagan Martin and Kevin Bull mentor 16 13- and 14-year-old semifinalists as the tournament is narrowed to the final four.
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All-star ninjas Natalie Duran and Najee Richardson mentor 16 11- and 12-year-old semifinalists as the tournament is narrowed to the final four.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel and Barclay Stockett mentor 16 9- and 10-year-old semifinalists as the tournament is narrowed to the final four.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 more junior ninjas in the 16th qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 more junior ninjas in the 15th qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 more junior ninjas in the 13th qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 more junior ninjas in the 12th qualifier of the tournament.
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All-star ninjas Barclay Stockett, Najee Richardson and Kevin Bull mentor 12 more junior ninjas in the 11th qualifier of the tournament.
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Children, ages 9 to 14, race against each other on the ultimate obstacle course to win the title of American Ninja Warrior Junior.
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All-star ninjas Drew Drechsel, Natalie Duran and Meagan Martin mentor 12 more junior ninjas in the 14th qualifier of the tournament.

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