National Ninja League at Ninja Nation
We are extremely honored and proud to be hosting two National Ninja League qualifying events at Ninja Nation Lafayette, CO and Ninja Nation Centennial, CO. The National Ninja League is divided into 8 regions to allow competitors fair opportunity to qualify for our World Championships.
National Ninja League - Centennial, CO - 9/29 - Sunday, September 29th, 2019 - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Mature kids 9-10
National Ninja League - Lafayette, CO - 10/20 - Sunday, October 20th, 2019 - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Young adult 15-17
All participants must fill out a Season V NNL waiver prior to participating in their first NNL event of Season V
Athletes should complete all waivers using their legal first and last name (avoiding nicknames)
Example: Michael Johnson vs. Mike Johnson vs. Mikey Johnson vs. MJ Johnson
The waiver can be located at the bottom right-hand corner of www.nationalninja.com
Athletes will need to use their NinjaWorks ID when filling out the Season V Waiver
NinjaWorks ID can be located at www.nationalninja.com
Age Divisions allowed at NNL events:
- Kids 6-8
- Mature kids 9-10
- Preteens 11-12
- Teens 13-14
- Young Adults: Ages 15-17
- Adults: 18+
- Masters: Age 40 & up
Facilities are not required to host all age divisions and may choose which age divisions they wish to host the athlete’s age on February 21, 2020, will determine the age division in which the athlete will participate for the entire season.
All athletes must compete in their respective age divisions unless they are covered under one of the exceptions below:
- Athletes ages 13-17 that qualified for Season 1 of the NNL World Championship are grandfathered into the Adult division. (Full list can be found on the NNL Site)
- By placing in the Top 3 in an individual’s age group for the current season, athletes are eligible to move up one age group for the next season if they choose.
- If an athlete ages out of the division they placed in the top 3 in, they will not be able to move up out of their new age group.
Example: A 12-year-old places 1st in the preteens. Next year he/she will be a teen. This athlete will still compete with the teens. He/She will not be able to jump to the young adults.
Athletes over 40 will be able to choose if they want to compete in the Adult division or the Masters' division.
- They will need to choose before their first event.
- Once they have made a decision they cannot change for the entirety of the season.
All athletes participating will be required to adhere to the dress code of the facility hosting the NNL event
Athletes are required to wear all of the following articles of clothing in order to participate in a NNL event:
- Closed-toed shoes
- Code of Conduct
All athletes must adhere to the National Ninja League Code of Conduct found at www.nationalninja.com in order to participate at NNL events
Points will be accumulated on a national level. Athletes will receive the following points for placing in the top 10 at an event:
- 1st: 10 points
- 2nd: 9 points
- 3rd: 8 points
- 4th: 7 points
- 5th: 6 points
- 6th: 5 points
- 7th: 4 points
- 8th: 3 points
- 9th: 2 points
- 10th: 1 point
The points will dictate the run order at the World Championship
If there is a tie for points the athlete that has a lower National Ranking will run first.
Pros Men and Women
- 1st $500
- 2nd $250
- 3rd $100
In order to qualify, an athlete must have completed the first obstacle
Each of the age divisions will have their own male and female qualifiers
Example: The Kids age 6-8 will have 3 male and 3 female qualifiers.
Athletes will be ranked based on who completed the course with the fastest time or, if no finishers, who made it the furthest the fastest. All obstacles must be completed in succession
Time will stop at the last completed obstacle
Obstacles must be completed in the order they are given during the rules.
Athletes must finish top 3 for their age division and gender in order to qualify.
Athletes may only qualify at one event
Athletes may compete at as many events as they want for the chance to earn a better run order at World Championships.
In the event, an athlete in a qualifying position has already qualified for the World Championship their qualifying spot will move to the next highest-ranked athlete at that event in the same gender and age division.
In the event an athlete refuses a qualifying spot for any reason, an event coordinator may move the qualifying spot to the next eligible athlete attending the event.
This may only be done the day of the event. After the event is finished all qualifying spots are final and no alternates will be selected.