In order of qualify to compete at the TNL championships each athletes must be registered with the TNL league $25 per season. Points will begin accumulating for the season after the athlete has registered. Click here to sign up.
TNL is a non-profit organization made up of ninja gym owners, managers, and even parents coming together to give back to the community.
AGE GROUP FORMAT
Men and women will not be competing against each other for points, placement, or prizes. If you move up an age division for a tournament - then you are now competing in that age level. Some tournaments will separate the age divisions to accommodate more participants. However, the State Tournament will have the following age divisions. Age is based on August 1st.
Tykes 5 & 6
Kids 7 & 8
Youth 9 & 10
Preteens 11 & 12
Teens 13 - 15
Adults 16 +
There will be no separation of pros from amateurs but American Ninja Warrior city finalist will compete first.
The league scoring athletes will earn +1 TNL point for each competition they’re involved in (UNAA, TNL, or NNL) at a TNL gym.
Athletes also have the opportunity to gain additional points based on their placement at TNL competitions (age groups are different at UNAA and NNL competitions so only the +1 participation point at those).
1st place = +4 points
2nd place = +3 points
3rd place = +2 points
4th place = +1 points
Qualifying for championships…
5 points minimum and you qualify for finals. Any points over 5 will be a factor in deciding run order at finals.
Qualifying format is at gyms own direction so make sure to read their rules about how many courses they may have, time frame, scoring system, etc. Obstacles must have a clearly marked start and finish for each obstacle at each qualifying competition as well as finals.
Finals format will be a single course based on completion, one mulligan (a redo), and time will be the tie breaker. A time limit will be set by the facility and the athlete will be done when the time runs out regardless of what obstacle they are on. Run order for finals will be based on the points accumulated by each athlete throughout the season. The athletes with the most points will run the course last, and the athletes with the last amount of points will run the course first.
May 11, 2019 - Ninja Nation - Frisco