Ace gymnast, Kacy Catanzaro has nearly completed the American Ninja Warrior challenge. She has become the first woman that advanced to the finals of American Ninja Warrior.
Kacy Catanzaro is a gymnastic expert par excellence. So Kacy decided to give the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course a shot. And believe it or not she almost won the competition hands down.
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As millions of viewers gazed at her superb performance live on television, Kacy the go-getter girl simply conquered the opposition with one hand tied behind her back.
Kacy did it her way and showed the world that she is a competent and very able woman who has the guts and the glory. She is merely 5 feet in height and barely weighs 100 pounds.
It’s often said that 100 pound weaklings are rarely Americans. But Kacy proved once and for all that size (or poundage) is not everything. It is skill and talent not to mention the amount of leverage a player or fighter can muster that matters in the long run.
Kacy is next going to face the toughest obstacle of a lifetime in Las Vegas aka Sin City. She will be competing against 12 finalists who have made it to that stage along with her.
On her Facebook page, Kacy wrote the memorable words that she was thankful to all her fans, friends and family for the love and support they provided in scads.
And she also reminded her well-wishers never to lose hope or give up on their dreams since they were all they had. American Ninja Warrior is a Japanese spinoff that started airing on TV about half a decade ago.
NBC started showing the program three years ago. Ever since then it has become a very popular competition show and a permanent fixture on the sports & skills scene.
It is a fact that not a single person (no matter how strong or agile) has ever made his or her way to the acme in the end.
Kacy may well be the first person to emerge a victor on the scene. But even such a fit person as Kacy will have to give it her all since the final is a grueling series of hindrances indeed.
Source: Huff Post