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==American Version==
 
==American Version==
The Obstacle was used in [[American Ninja Warrior 4]] and even though 8 competitors didn't complete it, 85 others held on and cleared the obstacle.
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The Obstacle was used in [[American Ninja Warrior 4]] and even though 8 competitors didn't complete it, 85 others held on and cleared the obstacle. It was also used in the American Ninja Warrior 5 Venice Beach Finals, with there being 2 swings instead of 1 and called the Trapeze Swing. 
 
==Competitors' Success Rate==
 
==Competitors' Success Rate==
 
*All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
 
*All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found

Revision as of 04:33, August 7, 2016


The Giant Swing (ジャイアントスイング) is the seventh obstacle of the First Stage, introduced in SASUKE 26. The competitor must jump from a springboard to a giant bar which swings to the net much like a trapeze. It proved to be much easier than its notable counterpart, the Slider Jump, as only one competitor, Adam Truesdell, failed it.

SASUKE 27 Version

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The SASUKE 27 version of the Giant Swing.

The Giant Swing returned for SASUKE 27 as the third obstacle of the First Stage. The competitors must jump from a springboard to giant bar which swings to a angled platform much like one of the Rokudantobi. The obstacle took out some of the top competitors and rookies.

American Version

The Obstacle was used in American Ninja Warrior 4 and even though 8 competitors didn't complete it, 85 others held on and cleared the obstacle. It was also used in the American Ninja Warrior 5 Venice Beach Finals, with there being 2 swings instead of 1 and called the Trapeze Swing. 

Competitors' Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
26 14 16 87.5%
27 48 60 80.00%
ANW4 85 93 91.39%
Total 147 169 86.98%
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