WINTER NINJA COMPETITION!
Location: 780 W Layton Ave, Salt Lake City, Utah
Date: Saturday, January 5th 2019
JUNIORS (Ages 8-13)
Check-in at 8:30am - Rules at 8:45am
TEENS (AGES 14-15)
AMATEUR ADULTS (AGES 16+)
MASTERS (AGES 40+)
Check-in at 12:30pm - Rules at 12:45pm
PRO ADULTS (AGES 16+)
Check-in at 3:30pm - Rules at 3:45pm
Juniors, Teens, Amateur & Masters - $50+tax
PRO - $60+tax
*Entry Fee includes 2 spectator tickets*
ENTRY FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
***KEEP SCROLLING TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR THE SIGN-UP LINKS***
You may also call us to register, if you’d prefer. 801-707-7915
ADDITIONAL SPECTATOR TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED FOR $5 AND MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE, NO LATER THAN JANUARY 2ND
Those who would like to compete on a National level may also qualify for the UNAA in this competition. Please visit their website to learn more: ultimateninja.net
If you would like to be part of the UNAA, please make sure you also pay the $25 registration fee directly to them before the competition. This is a separate cost from the Entry fee paid to Ninja Warehouse.
We understand that some of our students just enjoy the local competition and do not wish to participate in the UNAA. That’s totally fine. You do NOT need to be part of the UNAA to participate in this competition.
Although we have the ages listed at 8 years old and up. The UNAA does start their competitions at 6 years old. If you have a child who is younger than 8 and skilled who wants to compete, they are welcome to join. Age 8 is our recommendation based off of the obstacles that will be included in the course. If you have any more questions on ages - please feel free to give us a call to discuss.
WE WILL BE HAVING OUR SHOWCASE FOR AGES 5+ IN THE SPRING - STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS ON THAT
Each competitor will have 1 course run. The UNAA uses a point system for scoring. Each obstacle is worth 1 point, should an athlete fail an obstacle they will continue their run until they finish or fail the final obstacle, at which point the clock stops. All competitors will be allowed the opportunity to run the full course. 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.