Andres De La Rosa is a CrossFit personal trainer and gymnastics coach who competed in 4 American Ninja Warrior tournaments. In American Ninja Warrior 2, he had a good run up until the spider walk aggravated a knee injury. After finishing the jumping bars he hesitated on the warped wall because his knee was significantly hurting and he was apprehensive about damaging it further. He took 2 tries on the warped wall and missed the semi-finals by four seconds and came in 32nd.
In American Ninja Warrior 4, he completed the Northwest qualifier, however placed 16th in the finals, not enough to earn him a spot in the Las Vegas finals. He did, however, earn a chance to compete in Las Vegas due to Patrick McGrath bowing out from the finals, though to little avail as he failed the Jumping Spider.
He competed in the Denver regionals for American Ninja Warrior 5 and placed 26th in the qualifier. In the regional finals, he failed the Pole Grasper, however still finished 9th earning him a spot in Las Vegas. There, he cleared the First Stage with a narrow window of 4.24 seconds left. In the Second Stage, he became 1 of only 8 to advance past the Unstable Bridge that tournament, however failed the Metal Spin.
In American Ninja Warrior 6, he competed in the Venice Qualifer, where he cleared the course. But in the Finals course, he went out on Cannonball Alley and he wasn't fast enough to make it to Vegas.