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Video: Part-Time Bus Boy Conquers American Ninja Warrior Course

Isaac Caldiero plowed through stages three and four to become an American Ninja Warrior.

Many have tried and failed to conquer the revered third stage of American Ninja Warrior’s Mt. Midoriyama obstacle course since the series began in 2009. 

Until now. 

On the season 7 finale of the NBC show, two men, Isaac Caldiero and Geoff Britten, shredded the four-stage, 23-obstacle course, with one emerging as the fastest.

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Caldiero, a 33-year-old professional rock climber and part-time bus boy, plowed through stage three, utilizing a ton of upper body and core strength to advance to the final round, which was a precarious 75-foot rope climb. 

Take a look at his mesmerizing performance in the above video. 

He beat out the 36-year-old Britten by 3.6 seconds, who barely edged stage four in the required 30-second time limit, to win the $1 million grand prize. 

You can check out Britten’s performance in stage three, which is nothing to sneeze at, in the video below. 


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