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Revision as of 00:32, February 17, 2014


The Step Slider (ステップスライダー) is the first obstacle of SASUKE 26, replacing the Dome Steps from the previous tournament. It is a combination of the Godantobi (with the Rokudantobi spacing and color scheme) and the Bridge Jump. After completing the four steps, the competitor had to jump for a rope attached to a zip-line and let go above the platform, which was slanted like with the Godantobi obstacle in previous tournaments. This obstacle also took down Li En Zhi in SASUKE 27 when his feet skimmed the water. In SASUKE 28, the rope was removed, returning the Godantobi.

Competitor's Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
26 62 100 76.54%
27 69 100 87.34%
Total 131 160 81.88%

Note: As it was the first obstacle of the stage, 100 people must have attempted the obstacle in each tournament.

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