Events / Competitions
Travis Rosen, The Ageless Wonder, is going to be in our facility! Travis is a nine year veteran of the show American Ninja Warrior, and a graduate of our very own Churchill High School in Eugene! He will be at the Ninja Park on Wednesday, February 6th to meet people, work on obstacles, and watch our mini competition! To be apart of that competition, you have to submit a video here.
$3 General Admission Fee $10 Open Gym Fee
More details coming soon!
Travis will also be with us at the Affair of the Heart VIP luncheon on Thursday, February 7th. To purchase your ticket to that event, held at the Lane Event Center, click here!
You deserve a night out! Leave the kids with us and have a night just for you. An additional form (detailing emergency contact, allergies, etc.) will need to be filled out when dropping off your ninja. If you have never been here before, fill out our waiver ahead of time!
Non-Members: $35 Members: $25
Drop-off: 5:25 pm Pick-up: No later than 8:30 PM
Limited to 15 participants, so reserve your spot soon!
5:30-6:15 : Warm-up
6:15-7 : Individual obstacle coaching / Review
7-8 : Obstacle course races
8-8:30 : Obstacle training / Open gym / Snack
Spectators - Free
Competitors - $35
What is a UNAA tournament?
The UNAA (Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association) is the official Global League of World obstacle course racing for Ninja Competitions. Their goal is to have qualifying courses close to everyone, so that anyone has the opportunity to compete without having to go too far from home. This is our first ever UNAA competition and we could not be more excited!
UNAA membership is NOT required to compete. All participating athletes must join the UNAA (Membership Fee is $25.00) seasonally in order to qualify for regionals. Registration available online at www.ultimateninja.net and is good for one season. Each season concludes after UNAA Finals.
The UNAA has specific guidelines that are similar to our past tournaments, with slight differences. Like us, the UNNA uses a point style grading system. Each obstacle is worth 1 point. If an athlete fails an obstacle they will continue their run until they finish or fail the final obstacle, at which point the clock stops. Score is then determined by points gained, and time of full run. Points are the highest priority when determining final score with time being second priority.
Competitors have one RETRY and must use it on the obstacle failed. The RETRY is worth 1 point, so if entire course is completed without using RETRY, an additional point is awarded to total obstacle points.
Any athlete in the Age group classes may move up to the next age group if they so choose. Once they have moved up to that class, they must remain in that class for the duration of the year. Each course is age appropriate and if an athlete competes up – no accommodations will be made for height adjustments.