Mike Meyers is a civil engineer from Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Mike first competed in Pittsburgh in American Ninja Warrior 7. His run was cut in qualifying, but it was revealed that he finished the Pittsburgh qualifying course with the 5th fastest time. In the city finals, his run was digested but it was shown that he failed the Doorknob Arch. Meyers placed 4th overall and moved on to the Vegas finals.
His run on Stage 1 was cut, but it was revealed that he finished Stage 1 with 29.71 seconds to spare. His run on Stage 2 was digested but it was shown that he was one of the 12 competitors that failed Roulette Row, making him one of the top rookies of the year alongside Daniel Gil and Dan Yager.
After winding up as one of last season's top rookies, Meyers was expected to go far in American Ninja Warrior 8. However, he shocked many when he failed the Wall Drop in qualifying. He did not make the top 30, and ultimately placed 33rd overall.
Meyers returned to compete in Cleveland in American Ninja Warrior 9. In qualifying, his run was digested but it was shown that he failed the I-Beam Gap, when he attempted to do the splits in order to reach the across the gap but failed to do so. Meyers placed 17th overall in qualifying and advanced to the city finals.
His run in the city finals was also digested but it was shown that he was one of the many competitors that failed the Nail Clipper. He had the second fastest time to that point, so it resulted in him placing 4th overall in the top 15.
His run on Stage 1 was cut, but it was revealed that he failed the Double Dipper.
Meyers returned in American Ninja Warrior 10 in Minneapolis. Although his run was cut, after failing to do so in the previous two seasons, Meyers was able to complete the city qualifying course. He had the 6th fastest time out of the 14 finishers. His run in the city finals was also cut, but it was revealed that he was one of many competitors who failed the Iron Maiden. He had the fastest time to that obstacle, thus he once again placed 6th overall.
His run on Stage 1 was once again cut but it was revealed that he got revenge on the Double Dipper and cleared the First Stage for the second time in his career with 14.85 seconds left. His run on Stage 2 was digested but it was shown that he failed Deja Vu.
He was not selected to compete on American Ninja Warrior 11.
- In American Ninja Warrior 10, he was one of the many athletes living in the Northeast region to compete in Minneapolis instead of Philadelphia, even though he lived in the state of Pennsylvania, where Philadelphia is located. It could be possible he did because of the inclimate weather that occurred before the qualifying round, along with Jonathan Stevens living in the same state as him and competing in Minneapolis instead as well.