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The '''Rolling Escargot''' is an obstacle featured in the [[First Stage]], debuting in [[SASUKE 26]] as the third obstacle. Its function consists of competitors propping themselves on small foot and handholds on a large disc that looks like a cable spool and using their body weight to spin at least four revolutions down its track to the mat below. Slipping off on just one of the holds for a split second seem to spell immediate disaster as [[American Ninja Warrior 2]] finalists [[Patrick Cusic]] and [[Evan Dollard]] both failed this obstacle in the recent tournament. It also took out many veterans, including Shingo Yamamoto, Kenji Takahashi, and Hitoshi Kanno.
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The '''Rolling Escargot''' is an obstacle featured in the [[First Stage]], debuting in [[SASUKE 26]] as the third obstacle. Its function consists of competitors propping themselves on small foot and handholds on a large disc that looks like a cable spool and using their body weight to spin at least four revolutions down its track to the mat below. Slipping off on just one of the holds for a split second seem to spell immediate disaster as [[American Ninja Warrior 2]] finalists [[Patrick Cusic]] and [[Evan Dollard]] both failed this obstacle in the recent tournament. It also took out many veterans, including [[Shingo Yamamoto]], [[Takahashi Kenji|Kenji Takahashi]], and [[Kanno Hitoshi|Hitoshi Kanno]].

Revision as of 11:37, January 3, 2011


The Rolling Escargot is an obstacle featured in the First Stage, debuting in SASUKE 26 as the third obstacle. Its function consists of competitors propping themselves on small foot and handholds on a large disc that looks like a cable spool and using their body weight to spin at least four revolutions down its track to the mat below. Slipping off on just one of the holds for a split second seem to spell immediate disaster as American Ninja Warrior 2 finalists Patrick Cusic and Evan Dollard both failed this obstacle in the recent tournament. It also took out many veterans, including Shingo Yamamoto, Kenji Takahashi, and Hitoshi Kanno.

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