Photos: American Ninja Warrior tryouts in Civic Center Park
More photos below.
If you've been wondering what the hell's going on in Civic Center Park, we have three words for you: American Ninja Warrior. Tryouts for the NBC competition show, making its Denver return, got underway last night around 8 p.m. and weren't scheduled to conclude until 5 a.m.! During that span, more than 100 people reportedly challenged themselves on an obstacle course in an attempt to qualify for the program, which awards $500,000 to the winner.
It's not too late to get in on the fun: Another round of tryouts is slated to get underway at 12:45 a.m. Thursday morning; click here for more details. In the meantime, look below to check out Twitpics and 9News screen caps from day one.
— Roman Tafoya (@RTafoya7) May 13, 2014
American Ninja Warrior is shot in Civic Center Park at sundown to sunup to represent prime time lighting! pic.twitter.com/HUWt7fjD6j
— Matthew Michela (@Video_Matt) May 14, 2014
American Ninja Warrior is in Denver. If it was American Granola Pot Head... pic.twitter.com/Nz9RIJsbUA
— James Gralian (@Tapeleg) May 14, 2014
— PaulyNoPants (@Paulthemexican) May 14, 2014
— Video DJ Aaron (@VJAaron) May 14, 2014
— Noel Brennan (@Noeltbrennan) May 14, 2014
— Clinton Andersen (@ClintonAndersen) May 14, 2014
I'm at American Ninja Warrior pic.twitter.com/fGldgpLB4L
— Alex Bortz (@yakbidallz) May 14, 2014
— Andrew Christman (@AndrewC9NEWS) May 14, 2014
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More from our Television & Film archive circa May 2012: "American Ninja Warrior: Colorado parkour pros run the TV course."
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