WA NINJA WARRIOR CUP
The WA Ninja Warrior Cup is a Ninja Warrior style obstacle competition. Participants won’t know exactly what the course will be until the day of the event. Just like the athletes on the show! The course is designed by two of WA’s top Ninjas Jade Hawley and Amos Lam for the best ninja experience possible!
Sunday 21st of July, 2019
10am – 3pm
The Simulation Centre
6 Sphinx Way, Bibra Lake
Individual Runs: 10am to 1pm
Team Runs: 1.30pm to 3pm
COMPETITION FORMAT & RULES
The WA Ninja Warrior Cup is a Ninja Warrior style obstacle competition. Participants won’t know exactly what the course will be until the day of the event. Just like the athletes on the TV series!
Length of course will be up to 10 obstacles including warped walls (two wall heights for age groups). Course has a time limit of 3:30 minutes for completion, for all ages.
Once an obstacle has been attempted, one additional attempt may be taken. This “retry” may only be used once during an athlete’s course run. The athletes run will be completed upon failed obstacle or time expiration.
Upon completion of the course, athlete must immediately depart course area in preparation for next athlete.
One person may be allowed on the sideline of the competitor while they are running the course, but in no way assisting the competitor or risk disqualification.
Competitors may not warm-up on the course on competition day, nor touch the course in any way or can risk disqualification.
The WA Ninja Warrior Cup is based on qualifier rounds, these qualifier runs will commence as follows;
Individuals: After the preliminary runs commence, the top 5 will run again based on the aforementioned rules. The top 2 run for the battle of Grand Prize!
Teams: Each Team competitor will run individually. Scores from each competitor become team score. Top 2 teams run for the battle of Grand Prize!
For further details on UNAA rules which are used at The Simulation Centre - https://www.ultimateninja.net/about/rules/
UNAA is the Official Ninja league of USAOCR and World OCR /FISO which are the governing bodies for obstacle sports for meeting the requirements for the Olympics.
Any Adult (16 or older) may compete in Pro Class or Amateur class, but, MUST compete in PRO if athlete in the last THREE years has been to Las Vegas on ANW, been in the Top 10 Pro class at UNAA Finals, NNL Finals, Rockford Ninja Finals or WolfPack Ninja Tour Finals. If you meet any ONE of these requirements you are considered PRO.
Amateur to Pro – If you were an Amateur in UNAA and made Top 5 at the UNAA World Finals, you must now compete as a PRO.
3 – 6 years – Parent Assistance Fun Run
9 and Under Boys
9 and Under Girls
11 and Under Boys
11 and Under Girls
13 and Under Boys
13 and Under Girls
15 and Under Boys
15 and Under Girls
(16+ now go to Adult classes)
Over 40 Men
Over 40 Women
Team 4 - *NOTE: Team makeup is 2 (16+) and 2 (6 – 16 years) (4 competitors only)
Deadline: 17th July 2019 (no last minute or over the counter entries)
Please visit the following website to sign waiver: http://thesimulationcentre.com.au/waivers