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The '''Delta Bridge''' (デルタブリッジ), called the Grip Hang in English broadcasts, was an obstacle that was introduced into [[SASUKE 16|''SASUKE 16's'']] Second Stage to replace the [[Balance Tank]]. Although labeled as a bridge obstacle, the obstacle required no balance. Instead, the competitor had to hang onto two outward-facing ledges and cross a small gap. Competitors usually crossed the gap by alternating arms and leaping to the landing mat below. This functioned more as a time waster. Only [[Izumiyama Yūta]] failed it; he was low on time and tried rushing through the obstacle. It only lasted one tournament, and the [[Balance Tank]] was brought back in its place for ''[[SASUKE 17]]''.
 
The '''Delta Bridge''' (デルタブリッジ), called the Grip Hang in English broadcasts, was an obstacle that was introduced into [[SASUKE 16|''SASUKE 16's'']] Second Stage to replace the [[Balance Tank]]. Although labeled as a bridge obstacle, the obstacle required no balance. Instead, the competitor had to hang onto two outward-facing ledges and cross a small gap. Competitors usually crossed the gap by alternating arms and leaping to the landing mat below. This functioned more as a time waster. Only [[Izumiyama Yūta]] failed it; he was low on time and tried rushing through the obstacle. It only lasted one tournament, and the [[Balance Tank]] was brought back in its place for ''[[SASUKE 17]]''.
   
The Delta Bridge was later used in [[American Ninja Warrior 5]] during the Denver Qualifiers and Finals. There was 3 ledges instead of one. 48 people got past it and moved onto the Finals. In the Denver Finals, the space between each ledge increased a few inches and some people failed there.
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The Grip Hang was later used in [[American Ninja Warrior 5]] during the Denver Qualifiers and Finals. There was 3 ledges instead of one. 48 people got past it and moved onto the Finals. In the Denver Finals, the space between each ledge increased a few inches and some people failed there.
   
 
====Competitors' Success Rate====
 
====Competitors' Success Rate====

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The Delta Bridge (デルタブリッジ), called the Grip Hang in English broadcasts, was an obstacle that was introduced into SASUKE 16's Second Stage to replace the Balance Tank. Although labeled as a bridge obstacle, the obstacle required no balance. Instead, the competitor had to hang onto two outward-facing ledges and cross a small gap. Competitors usually crossed the gap by alternating arms and leaping to the landing mat below. This functioned more as a time waster. Only Izumiyama Yūta failed it; he was low on time and tried rushing through the obstacle. It only lasted one tournament, and the Balance Tank was brought back in its place for SASUKE 17.

The Grip Hang was later used in American Ninja Warrior 5 during the Denver Qualifiers and Finals. There was 3 ledges instead of one. 48 people got past it and moved onto the Finals. In the Denver Finals, the space between each ledge increased a few inches and some people failed there.

Competitors' Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
16 15 16 93.75%
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