Nile Wilson wins Dancing on Ice

Congratulations to Nile and partner Olivia Smart.

Nile was the first male competitor ever to show the ‘headbanger‘ — 😀. It’s actually banned in competitive skating.

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Netflix – Physical: 100

I highly doubt I’ll end up watching this. But it is an interesting concept.

$240,000 for the person last standing of the 100 who started.

Some have complained that the contests favour male contestants over female.

Physical: 100 is a South Korean reality competition

The show’s premise is to find the ideal human physique based on many tests of performance. …

Every participant has a plaster cast of their torso on set; if they are eliminated after a quest, they have to destroy the cast with a sledgehammer.

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Yamilet Peña – obstacle course

Yamilet Peña was a 2012 Olympian.

You probably don’t want to race against her. 😀

Dominican star elite and 2012 Olympic vault finalist Yamilet Peña was crowned as the champion of the seventh season of the U.S. edition of Exatlón, a super tough athletic competition show that has become very popular with gymnasts from Latin America – 2008 Olympian Marisela Cantú of Mexico won the first season of this edition, which also featured Jessica Lopez of Venezuela, while Ana Lago and Daniel Corral were partners in Exatlón Mexico. 

In addition to the glory, Peña also took home a prize of $200,000.

Nastia on Special Forces

FOX reality television show, “Special Forces.”

Some 200 feet (over 60m) high above the ground, Liukin was one of three contestants to successfully made it across the 300-foot-wide (90m) crossing. … –  “The mental toughness… that doesn’t just go away”

Nastia decided to leave the competition.

MyKayla Skinner to Ninja Warrior

… she will be competing on the newest season of “American Ninja Warrior” — Season 14 — alongside her husband Jonas Harmer.

The couple will be participating in an all new event: the Ninja Warrior couples’ competition. …


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Jessie Graff at the Emmys

You’ve seen Jessie on American Ninja Warrior.

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Jessie started as a “fearless” competitive gymnast in Maryland.

At 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) she moved on to Pole Vaulting.

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