Tiana Webberley, better known as Sweet T, trains with Flip Rodriguez, and was first seen in American Ninja Warrior 7. She later competed on Team Ninja Warrior. Along with Flip Rodriguez and JJ Woods, she was on Team Ronin. She also competed in American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs. Ninja as part of Iron Grip with Daniel Gil and Mathis Owhadi.
Team Ninja Warrior Qualifying Week Four
Round 1 First, Tiana went up against Beth Higginbotham from Karsonic Boom. Tiana got ahead on the first obstacle, Sonic Swing. Higginbotham, though, fell on the second obstacle, the Log Grip. Tiana got the point, being ahead of Higginbotham. Round 2 In Round 2, Tiana went up against Rose Wetzel. It was a battle to the end with both women getting to the Warped Wall. Tiana got up it, winning the point for her team, and being just the fifth woman to ever do so in competition.
Team Ronin moved on to the "Relay Showdown" against Think Tank. Tiana ran the first three obstacles against Asya Grechka and then tagged JJ Woods. She got an early lead on Grechka, helping their team win, meaning that they moved on to the finals, where they were eliminated.
She completed in the Los Angeles region. She was doing good until she got to the I-Beam Cross which she failed after getting very close to competing the obstacle. Had she cleared, she would of have been one of three woman to make it to the Los Angeles regional finals, along with Jessie Graff and Natalie Duran. She however got a wildcard to Las Vegas, but like many other women, failed the Propeller Bar in Stage 1.
Tiana returned in ANW 9 in Los Angeles once again. She fell on the Battering Ram in qualifying, but it was good enough to place her 30th overall and 2nd in the top 5 women and move on to the city finals. In the finals, she failed the Battering Ram again and did not move on to Las Vegas.
She competed in Los Angeles again in ANW 10. She told fans about her mom battling diabetes and had her sights set on finally defeating the fifth obstacle. On the Doorknob Drop, she looked like she would defeat it and came close at the end, but the final drop sent her into the water. But her performance was good enough to place 19th overall and 1st among the women to move her on to the city finals. In the city finals, she made it past the fifth obstacle on the course for the first time ever. She scaled the Warped Wall, becoming the 12th woman ever to scale it. She then demolished the Salmon Ladder and the Giant Cubes but fell about halfway through the 9th obstacle, the Baton Pass. Tiana placed 17th overall but she got 1st in the Women's top 2, and advanced to the national finals. But unfortunately, she broke her leg prior to competing in Las Vegas and was replaced by Zhanique Lovett.
Tiana returned in Los Angeles once again for ANW 11. In qualifying, her run was digested, but it was shown that she shockingly failed the second obstacle, Walk the Plank. Fortunately, her time was good enough to place her 5th in the Top 5 Women and qualify for the city finals.
During the city finals, she got redemption on Walk the Plank, making it to the eighth obstacle, The Hinge, before failing. Just like last season’s city finals, she became the top female competitor in Los Angeles, placing 1st in the top 2. Unfortunately, she timed out on the Soritatsu Kabe in Vegas.