Jeri D'Aurelio is a member of the US Army Jag Corps. She is from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

American Ninja Warrior 7

She first competed in American Ninja Warrior 7 in the Military episode, where she fell on the Log Runner.

American Ninja Warrior 8

In American Ninja Warrior 8, she returned to compete in Indianapolis, where she once again fell on a balance obstacle, this time on the Disc Runner. It was rumored that she competed in Vegas as a wild card on Although it announced her receiving a wildcard, she did not compete in Vegas for some reason, as Jesse Cargill took her place.

American Ninja Warrior 9

Jeri D'Aurelio at the Denver City Finals - American Ninja Warrior 2017

Jeri D'Aurelio at the Denver City Finals - American Ninja Warrior 2017

Jeri returned to compete in Denver in American Ninja Warrior 9 where she fell on the Rail Runner in Qualifying, but she did place 24th overall in the top 30.

In the city finals she fell on the Rail Runner again but advanced to Vegas placing 2nd in the women’s top 2. Her run on Stage 1 was digested but it was shown that she failed the Double Dipper.

American Ninja Warrior 10

D'Aurelio returned to compete in American Ninja Warrior 10. She competed in Indianapolis, and even though she failed the Spin Hopper in qualifying, she placed 29th overall and advanced to the city finals. In the city finals, she failed the Spin Hopper again and moved on to Vegas again by placing 2nd in the women's top 2. In Vegas, she shockingly went down on the Propeller Bar, an obstacle she cleared last season.

American Ninja Warrior 11

Jeri returned for American Ninja Warrior 11, competing in Cincinnati. In qualifying, her run was digested, but it showed that she came so close to completing the Slingshot, but fell. She still placed 30th at the end of the night and 4th among the women to qualify for the city finals. In the city finals, she finally got past the 5th obstacle after failing there her past 5 attempts. It took her all 3 attempts to clear the Warped Wall but she managed to clear that. She also cleared the Salmon Ladder and then she failed the Slam Dunk. Unfortunately, since both Michelle Warnky and Jesse Labreck managed to clear the entire course, she didn't get to move on to Vegas for the first time since ANW 8. Even with that loss, it was still a significant run for her, as it was the best performance in her career. She ultimately placed 3rd among the women and 14th overall, missing it by one spot.

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