Ashlin Herbert (アシュリン・ハーバート) is a carpenter from Melbourne, Victoria, who firstly competed on Australian Ninja Warrior.
Australian Ninja Warrior
On Australian Ninja Warrior, Ashlin clocked the fastest time in his heat (Heat 2) and semifinal (Semifinal 2). During the grand final, he also clocked the fastest time in Stage One, and he made all the way to Stage Two, before going out on the Salmon Ladder.
Australian Ninja Warrior 2
On Australian Ninja Warrior 2, Ashlin once again clocked the fastest time in his heat (Heat 4) and semifinal (Semifinal 1). In fact, he clocked the fastest overall time during the heats and semifinals. During the grand final, he once again clocked the fastest time in Stage One. However, his energetic run ended on the Wing Nuts in Stage Two.
Australian Ninja Warrior 3
On Australian Ninja Warrior 3, Ashlin once again clocked the fastest time in his heat (Heat 1) and semifinal (Semifinal 1). Not only he grabbed the fastest time in the heat, he also completed the Mega Wall, becoming the first person to complete the obstacle in that season and would receive the cash prize of AU$5,000. Similar to the past two seasons, he got the fastest time in Stage One, but he would once again fail on the Salmon Ladder as he was disqualified due to the bar derailing off the ladder.
Australian Ninja Warrior 4
On Australian Ninja Warrior 4, Ashlin once again clocked the fastest time in his heat (Heat 1) and got to compete in the Power Tower against Daniel Mason. The former won the Power Tower match against Daniel, and Ashlin received the 10-second time advantage. However, in a shocking twist of events, Ashlin failed Sling Shot, the fifth obstacle. Seeing that everyone who qualified cleared the course, he missed out on the Grand Finals for the first time.
Herbert would also compete in SASUKE 37, wearing number 43. Unlike his previous runs in the past where he would go fast, Herbert got a slow pace while attempting the First Stage, taking him almost 40 seconds to attempt both the Wing Slider and Fish Bone. Eventually, his time ran out while he was attempting the Soritatsu Kabe.
|37||43||Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)||Time Out|