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Last Man Standing refers to the competitor who has the final run in a SASUKE competition. However, there is a common misconception that Last Man Standing refers to the competitor who made it the furthest in the competition; that is referred to as simply the Best Result.

Omori Akira was Last Man Standing for the first 3 competitions due to his consecutive Final Stage appearances and high numbers due to this, while from SASUKE 4 to 17, an All-Star was Last Man Standing (with the exception of SASUKE 8), namely Nagano Makoto in the majority of cases, who still holds the record for most occurrences at 8. From Shin-SASUKE, however, there were more instances of rising stars reaching the Third and Final Stage while the All-Stars began to regress due to age, and so different names, such as Urushihara Yuuji, Kanno Hitoshi, and Morimoto Yusuke (who was Last Man Standing from SASUKE 33-36), earned this title.

Interestingly, the title has also been held by three foreigners: Kane Kosugi (SASUKE 8), Levi Meeuwenberg (SASUKE 20), and Rene Kaselowsky (SASUKE 37), all three of which also progressed the furthest in their respective competitions.

Competitions # Last Man Standing Result Notes
1st 97 Omori Akira Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 11m up

2nd 99 Omori Akira Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 7.8m up

First to repeat as Last Man Standing.
3rd 100 Omori Akira Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 8m up

Yamada, who had gone before Omori, had narrowly missed becoming the first to achieve kanzenseiha.
4th 86 Akiyama Kazuhiko Final Stage: Kanzenseiha

6.0 seconds left

First Kanzenseiha achieved in SASUKE.
5th 98 Yamamoto Shingo Third Stage: Pipe Slider First competition where no one

attempted the Final Stage.

6th 99 Yamada Katsumi Third Stage: Pipe Slider Yamada landed on the mat but fell off to the right.
7th 97 Yamamoto Shingo Final Stage: Spider Climb

About 3m up

Yamamoto's shoulder dislocated after earlier injury.
8th 91 Kane Kosugi Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 18m up

Kane was the first to beat the Spider Climb, as well as the first American to be both Last Man Standing and reach the Final Stage.
9th 98 Yamamoto Shingo Third Stage: Rumbling Dice Nagano, who had went first nearly beat the Third Stage.
10th 1000 Yamada Katsumi Third Stage: Pipe Slider
11th 96 Nagano Makoto Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 20m up

12th 100 Nagano Makoto Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

0.11 seconds from Kanzenseiha

Nagano was close to pressing the final button and had reached for it with his right hand. However, the rope swung back before he could do so, and he timed out.
13th 100 Nagano Makoto Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

22.4m up

14th 100 Nagano Makoto Third Stage: Jumping Bars First tournament the final obstacle(s) of the Third Stage were not reached.
15th 96 Takeda Toshihiro Third Stage:

Devil Balanço

16th 100 Nagano Makoto Third Stage:

Devil Balanço

Shiratori,who went 2 tries before him, narrowly missed on becoming the first person to beat the redesigned Third Stage.
17th 99 Nagano Makoto Final Stage: Kanzenseiha

2.56 seconds left

Second Kanzenseiha achieved in SASUKE.
18th 98 Takahashi Kenji Third Stage: Shin-Cliffhanger
19th 86 Washimi Yūji Second Stage: Salmon Ladder

Sixth Level

First competition where no one attempted the Third Stage.
20th 1989 Levi Meeuwenberg Third Stage:

Shin-Cliffhanger

21st 100 Nagano Makoto Third Stage:

Gliding Ring

A design flaw made it so that the ring had to be pushed down the track.
22nd 77 Urushihara Yuuji Final Stage: G-Rope

About 22.1m up

First time the Final Stage was attempted in Shin-SASUKE.
23rd 100 Nagano Makoto Final Stage: G-Rope

0.21 seconds late

Final Stage time limit had been reduced from 45 to 40 seconds.
24th 95 Okuyama Yoshiyuki Final Stage: G-Rope

About 19m up

Urushihara had previously managed to climb up the tower with 3.57 seconds left. Third Kanzenseiha achieved in SASUKE as a result.
25th 80 Lee En-Chih Third Stage:

Ultimate Cliffhanger

Second Ledge

26th 97 Okuyama Yoshiyuki Third Stage: Ultimate Cliffhanger

Fourth Ledge

27th 99 Urushihara Yuuji Final Stage: Kanzenseiha

6.71 seconds left

Urushihara became the first person to achieve a 2nd Kanzenseiha in SASUKE. 4th Kanzenseiha achieved in SASUKE as a result.
28th 89 Kanno Hitoshi Third Stage: Crazy Cliffhanger (Fourth Ledge)
29th 97 Kanno Hitoshi Third Stage: Crazy Cliffhanger (Fourth Ledge)
30th 2994 Matachi Ryo Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 23m up

31st 91 Morimoto Yūsuke Final Stage: Kanzenseiha

2.59 seconds left

Fifth Kanzenseiha achieved in SASUKE.
32nd 97 Kawaguchi Tomohiro Third Stage:

Flying Bar

33rd 100 Morimoto Yūsuke Third Stage:

Flying Bar

34th 100 Morimoto Yūsuke Third Stage:

Vertical Limit Kai

35th 100 Morimoto Yūsuke Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 20m up

36th 100 Morimoto Yūsuke Final Stage: Tsuna Nobori

About 24.5m up

37th 88 Rene Kaselowsky Final Stage: Salmon Ladder Jūgo Dan

About 13m up

Bar is derailed.
38th 100 Morimoto Yūsuke Final Stage: Kanzenseiha

2.52 seconds left

Morimoto became the second person to achieve a 2nd Kanzenseiha in SASUKE. 6th Kanzenseiha achieved in SASUKE as a result.
39th 91 Tada Tatsuya Third Stage: Vertical Limit

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