Welcome to our stats page powered by NinjaWorks

Use the tabs to learn more about all of the different obstacle stats you can track.

Our Results stats page provides athletes, coaches and parents access to the full scoring from any individual competition. On this page, anyone can use the dropdowns to filter and find a competition by region or by season.

Once a competition has been selected, the page will display that competition’s scoring. By default, a competition results page will display “All Divisions”. However, our scoring is recognized by each individual age and gender division. Select the desired division to see the complete results for that division at your selected competition. 

The Competition Results table you’ve selected will always display an athlete’s name, division, qualification status and ninja team. The other data displayed in the table will vary based on the format of the competition selected. Visit our What are Formats? page to learn more about the different scoring at ninja competitions. 

Athletes earn points every time they place in the top 10 at any individual standard qualifying competition*. The Standings stat page lists the total points athletes have earned at their best 12 competitions. Athletes who have competed in less than 12 competitions will see their total points accumulated from all their competitions. All athletes can select their name from the table to display their individual competition list. The dropdown will show every competition the athlete competed in and the total points earned from that competition. Athletes with more than 12 competitions will see a * next to each of their 12 highest individual competition points.

The Standings page can also display region specific or historical** data using the dropdown selects at the top of the page. 

*Special event qualifiers and other non-standard qualifiers may award points differently than listed above. Many special event qualifiers do not award athletes any points toward the current seasons standings. Check our rulebook to verify specific special event qualifier details. If no details are listed regarding point allocation, it is safe to assume no points were awarded at that qualifier.

**Standings data prior to season 8 will display total points from all competitions.

1st place 10 points
2nd place 9 points
3rd place 8 points
4th place 7 points
5th place 6 points
6th place 5 points
7th place 4 points
8th place 3 points
9th place 2 points
10th place 1 point

Ninja Team Stats have a full page dedicated to all the details around this community-favorite stat. Check out our What are Team Stats? for full details or continue reading for a quick summary.

Ninja Teams come in all shapes and sizes. Many ninja teams are made of individuals who train at the same ninja facility. However, any collection of athletes can become a team. We’ve also seen teams of athletes from the same school or being sponsored by the same company. We’ve also experienced athletes coming together to represent their country in international competitions. 

These different Ninja Teams can earn season points when their team ranks in the top 10 at an individual competition. Teams can find the Team Leaderboard at the bottom of the individual competition Results page. Note: the Team Leaderboard will only display when a specific division is selected.

Team scoring looks at the placements from a team’s top 3 performing athletes. Teams must have three or more members competing in a division at any given competition in order to be ranked at that competition.

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Power Rankings has its own dedicated page full of all the information you need to know about this awesome stat! You can learn more about Power Rankings, Check the FAQ or review the math here: What Are Power Ranks? or continue reading for a brief summary of what Power Rankings track.

Our Power Rankings stat page lists the Power Scores of individual athletes that have competed in five or more Tier 1 ninja competitions this season. Athletes’ individual Power Scores are numerical values automatically updated after each Tier 1 competition the athlete participates in. Athletes’ Power Scores combined with Ninja Ranks help athletes track their performance relative to their peers.

Power Rank badges can also be found on individual competition results page next to each athlete. The badge can help athletes and coaches quickly understand the experience and talent of any individual competition. 

All athletes can track their performance, increase their scores and level up simply by competing. 

We are able to display an impressive amount of obstacle stats thank to our timing partner NinjaWorks! Our Athlete stat page features an impressive table with many data points on athlete performance. On this page, individuals can view the top 25 athletes in any given stat category or use the search button to locate an athlete’s individual results. 

The athlete stat table features 14 different stat columns. Each column can be selected to display the top 25 athletes from the selected division. The table is set to display all athletes in a given division but can also be filtered to sort the top athletes in a specific region. 

Below you can find simple explanations for each stat column in the athlete stat table. The explanations below assume the reader is familiar with the different competition formats and obstacle types. Information on the different competitive ninja formats can be found here: What are formats? and information on the different obstacle types can be found here: Obstacle Types

Sum of the 12 best individual competition's points earned by the athlete this season. The season points total is the same point total athletes can find on the Standings page

This numerical value is the result of the Power Score equation evaluating an athlete after each competition. The specific formula along with additional details can be found on our What are Power Rankings? page. 

Note: Power Scores are only displayed for athletes who have competed in five or more competitions. Athletes who have competed in less than five competitions can search for their results and select their name to display their current power score.

Total number of standard qualifying competitions an athlete competed in this season. (This total number includes competitions the athlete competed in from any competition format.)

Total completed obstacles is the sum of all obstacles completed from all of the Full and Flow course qualifiers attended by the athlete.

Obstacles completed at Skills qualifiers can be seen in the dropdown menu. However, skills obstacles completed at Skills qualifiers are not included in the total completed obstacles column. 

The total number of obstacles an athlete completed while competing in Flow Course competitions.

The total number of obstacles an athlete completed while competing in Full Course competitions.

The average number of obstacles an athlete completed per competition this season at Full or Flow Course qualifiers.

The average number of obstacles completed from all of Flow competitions an athlete competed in. 

The average number of obstacles completed from all of Full competitions an athlete competed in. 

The athlete's clear percentage when attempting obstacles course designers have labeled as Obstacle Type: Generating Swing. 

When two athletes have the same clear percentage, the athlete with more completed obstacles will be ranked higher. 

The athlete's clear percentage when attempting obstacles course designers have labeled as Obstacle Type: Foot Dexterity. 

When two athletes have the same clear percentage, the athlete with more completed obstacles will be ranked higher. 

The athlete's clear percentage when attempting obstacles course designers have labeled as Obstacle Type: Climbing. 

When two athletes have the same clear percentage, the athlete with more completed obstacles will be ranked higher. 

The athlete's clear percentage when attempting obstacles course designers have labeled as Obstacle Type: Campusing Movements. 

When two athletes have the same clear percentage, the athlete with more completed obstacles will be ranked higher. 

The athlete's clear percentage when attempting obstacles course designers have labeled as Obstacle Type: Moving with Obstacles. 

When two athletes have the same clear percentage, the athlete with more completed obstacles will be ranked higher. 

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