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クリフ ハンガー ディメンション

30回記念となる2014年夏の第30回大会では第5期最大の人数の9人が3rd進出し、9人ともクレイジーに挑戦。 一人目の日置将士、ASEAN OPEN CUPの金メダリスであるアメリカのドリュー・ドレッシェル、過去のファイナリスト長崎峻侑、リー・エンチ、 そして3回目の挑戦となる菅野、朝を飲み込むなど相変わらず鬼畜っぷりを見せる中、今回3人ものクリア者が出た。 一人目は第24回大会では一人目の1stクリア者であった川口朋広、二人目はフライパン曲げと富士のSASUKEパークでお馴染み岸本真弥、 3人目はもうやっぱりというか又地諒である。 川口、岸本は3rd初挑戦であり、又地も第5期では初、つまりこの3人は誰も本番のクレイジーに挑戦したことがないということである。 アルティメット栗ご飯・・・? -- 名無しさん 2014-06-20 10:31:54• クレイジークリフハンガー、三人に攻略された模様 -- 名無しさん 2014-07-03 22:28:51• 外人殺し -- 名無しさん 2015-07-01 22:19:09• そうやってどんどん難しくさせようとするスタッフの姿勢よくない。 挑戦者はここまでくるのに乳酸かなり溜まってるってのに。 -- 名無しさん 2015-10-17 21:08:22• クレイジークリフハンガー乗り越えてもその後にすぐバーティカルリミットだからな。 本当に鬼畜 -- 名無しさん 2016-05-29 19:34:34• ウルトラクレイジーだけでも鬼畜なのに休みなしでバーティカルリミット... 鬼畜の極みだな -- 名無しさん 2016-06-15 20:27:26• ネイトさんなら! ネイトさんなら・・・! -- 名無しさん 2016-06-15 20:33:07.

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30回記念となる2014年夏の第30回大会では第5期最大の人数の9人が3rd進出し、9人ともクレイジーに挑戦。 一人目の日置将士、ASEAN OPEN CUPの金メダリスであるアメリカのドリュー・ドレッシェル、過去のファイナリスト長崎峻侑、リー・エンチ、 そして3回目の挑戦となる菅野、朝を飲み込むなど相変わらず鬼畜っぷりを見せる中、今回3人ものクリア者が出た。 一人目は第24回大会では一人目の1stクリア者であった川口朋広、二人目はフライパン曲げと富士のSASUKEパークでお馴染み岸本真弥、 3人目はもうやっぱりというか又地諒である。 川口、岸本は3rd初挑戦であり、又地も第5期では初、つまりこの3人は誰も本番のクレイジーに挑戦したことがないということである。 アルティメット栗ご飯・・・? -- 名無しさん 2014-06-20 10:31:54• クレイジークリフハンガー、三人に攻略された模様 -- 名無しさん 2014-07-03 22:28:51• 外人殺し -- 名無しさん 2015-07-01 22:19:09• そうやってどんどん難しくさせようとするスタッフの姿勢よくない。 挑戦者はここまでくるのに乳酸かなり溜まってるってのに。 -- 名無しさん 2015-10-17 21:08:22• クレイジークリフハンガー乗り越えてもその後にすぐバーティカルリミットだからな。 本当に鬼畜 -- 名無しさん 2016-05-29 19:34:34• ウルトラクレイジーだけでも鬼畜なのに休みなしでバーティカルリミット... 鬼畜の極みだな -- 名無しさん 2016-06-15 20:27:26• ネイトさんなら! ネイトさんなら・・・! -- 名無しさん 2016-06-15 20:33:07.

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The Cliffhanger クリフハンガー is one of the longest-enduring obstacles in SASUKE to date, having proven to be brutal throughout the history of SASUKE. In essence, competitors must traverse through a series of narrow ledges, which are 3cm wide, only long enough to support the fingertips. Since its introduction in , it has 8 different versions. During that period, attempted the most versions of the Cliffhanger with 5. Traditionally, every time a competitor achieved in a SASUKE tournament, the Cliffhanger always received modifications in the next tournament after it, to keep in touch with the tradition that in every tournament after a kanzenseiha, the course would receive vast modifications except in , when the Cliffhanger dropout section version from was modified into the Cliffhanger Kai and , when the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger from was modified into the Cliffhanger Dimension , as:• After 's kanzenseiha in , the Cliffhanger straight version from was modified into the Cliffhanger dropout section version in. After 's kanzenseiha in , the Cliffhanger Kai from was modified into the Shin-Cliffhanger in. After 's first kanzenseiha in , the Shin-Cliffhanger from was modified into the Ultimate Cliffhanger in. After 's second kanzenseiha in , the Ultimate Cliffhanger from was modified into the Crazy Cliffhanger in. After 's kanzenseiha in , the Crazy Cliffhanger from was modified into the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger in. , The original version of Cliffhanger was introduced in. Its actual name is Choku Senkei Cliffhanger 直線型クリフハンガー literally Cliffhanger Straight Version. The three ledges to be crossed were at the same height, and each ledge was 1. 2m long, and each gap was 50cm long. Despite eliminating half of the number of competitors who attempted it, this version only lasted for one tournament, as the producers increased the difficulty of each stage afterwards due to 's kanzenseiha in that tournament. 5 competitors failed on this version of the Cliffhanger, including and. KUNOICHI Appearance Cliffhanger, A toned-down version of this version of the Cliffhanger was used as the sixth obstacle in 's BLUE Stage Second Stage , with only two ledges instead of three, one of them being longer and both ledges were increased to 4. 5cm in thickness. The gap between the first and second ledge was 60cm. was the only one to attempted this version and completed it, due to the appearance of new version of Cliffhanger on 's BLACK Stage. Coincidentally, this obstacle lasted for one tournament, similar to what happened to the first version of the Cliffhanger in SASUKE. However, the KUNOICHI version was not replaced without an impetus of a kanzenseiha, as it was modified the following tournament. Other Appearances Australian Ninja Warrior 3's Swinging Cliff Hanger A variation of this version of the Cliffhanger, called as the Swinging Cliff Hanger, appeared as the fourth obstacle in Stage One on. The obstacle featured 2 ledges, each was attached to a swinging board similar to the one used on the. Therefore, after traversing the first ledge, competitors must build enough swing and momentum to make the transition to the second ledge, and then build enough swing and momentum from the second ledge to make the dismount to the landing platform. , The second version of Cliffhanger appeared in , where the final ledge was raised 30cm and was renamed as the 段差型クリフハンガー literally Cliffhanger with Dropout Section. was the only competitor to attempt this version more than once. He attempted and passed it in and. From SASUKE 5 to 7, this version of the Cliffhanger was only cleared once in each tournament. However, all competitors who attempted the obstacle were able to complete it in. This version was notable for being only version to have been replaced without the impetus of a until the introduction of the. KUNOICHI Appearance Cliffhanger, A toned-down version of this version of Cliffhanger was used as the fourth obstacle in 's BLACK Stage Third Stage , but with the removal of the first ledge, which made it similar to this version of the Cliffhanger. It was revealed that the ledges' thickness was reduced to 4cm in that tournament. Out of 3 competitors attempted this version, only failed, while and easily completed it and went to the. In , the obstacle was replaced by the. Competitors' Success Rate• It was renamed again, this time as the Cliffhanger Kai クリフハンガー改 literally Altered Cliffhanger. This version lasted the longest thus far of any iteration. In later competitions, the obstacle marked the halfway point and passing it was a major accomplishment. The distance between the third ledge and the mat varied in its entirety. In , the mat was far from the third ledge,• In , , and to the mat was slightly underneath the third ledge, and• In the mat was barely past the second gap, close enough to dismount after touching the third ledge. A diagram of the Cliffhanger Kai. Other Appearances American Ninja Warrior American Ninja Warrior 5's Cliffhanger in Venice Beach This version of the Cliffhanger appeared as the ninth obstacle on during Venice Beach finals, eliminating 6 out of 12 competitors who attempted it likely due to fatigue after completing the previous obstacle, the , including , , and. However, unlike in SASUKE, after reaching the end of the third ledge, competitors must grab a resting bar, as an intermediary to the next obstacle the. was the first competitor to beat the obstacle. Nevertheless, 14 competitors were able to complete the obstacle. With the total victories of , , and on , the Cliffhanger Kai was replaced by the Crazy Cliffhanger the , following the tradition in which the course would be modified after a total victory was achieved. , The fourth version of the Cliffhanger came after 's completion of the course in. It has been renamed once again, this time to the Shin-Cliffhanger 新クリフハンガー literally New Cliffhanger to emphasize its redesign. This caused the horizontal gap between the last two ledges to increase to 1 meter. To compensate for this large gap, the width of the first part of the third ledge was increased to 6cm. Also, the ledges have been beveled to increase the difficulty. reached over the gap of the Shin-Cliffhanger, Due to the large gap, it seemed that competitors must now clear the obstacle by jumping across from second ledge to the third one. The first competitor to not attempt the jump transition to the third ledge, , was not able to clear the obstacle in. However, in , was able to successfully clear without jumping, being the only competitor to do so. In , a metal sheet was placed above the first and third ledges to prevent competitors from getting disqualified like in see. During the first three SASUKE tournaments, this version of the Cliffhanger was proven to be one of the toughest obstacles in the history of the tournament, as the first four competitors to attempt it , , , and , all failed spanning three tournaments. TBS showed testers clearing it in and 's introduction. In , became the first competitor to complete the Shin-Cliffhanger, followed by. In , two competitors from the SASUKE Trials and were able to complete the Shin-Cliffhanger. After that, in the next 2 SASUKE tournaments, the Shin-Cliffhanger was proven to be much easier, with competitors understanding how to defeat it much as had been done with the , as among the competitors who attempted the obstacle during both tournaments, only failed, during the transition between the first two ledges. Other Appearance SASUKE Ninja Warrior Indonesia's Cliffhanger in Final Stage On the Shin-Cliffhanger appeared as the fourth obstacle during Final Stage although it was simply called as the Cliffhanger. Among the 10 competitors who attempted it, 6 of them could complete it, while the other 4 competitors failed to make the transition to the third ledge. , The fifth version of the Cliffhanger came after 's in , which was named the Ultimate Cliffhanger アルティメットクリフハンガー to emphasize its redesign. It is by far the largest and longest Cliffhanger to date, with a total of six ledges instead of three. The first ledge was 2m in length and on a 24-degree angle and required competitors to climb right. With a gap of 20cm, the next ledge was also 2m in length and on a 12-degree angle, requiring competitors to climb left. After that, there was a 60cm upward vertical gap to the third ledge, which was 3. 2m in length. Competitors must then cross a 90cm horizontal gap to the fourth ledge 1. 2m in length. At the end of that, they must jump and catch themselves on a small ledge 15 cm in length. From there, they must swing to the final ledge 2m and traverse that to complete the obstacle. In its first tournament in , the obstacle was proven to be unbelievably difficult, as all four competitors who attempted it failed before any could even reach the third ledge, though and got close. Modification Ultimate Cliffhanger in with the lowered third ledge In , the third ledge was lowered to make the transition from the angled ledges easier, but this resulted in making the transition to the fourth ledge much harder. To compensate for what would have been a 1. 2 meter gap between the third and fourth ledges, the third ledge was also lengthened slightly to make it a gap more similar to the gap between the second and third ledges of the SASUKE 5-8 version of the Cliffhanger. Also, a large sheet of metal was placed at the base of the obstacle, in order to hide the metal supports that were visible in. and , in their second attempts, made it to the end of the fourth ledge, but failed while building momentum to swing to the small fifth ledge. Two American competitors, and , also made it to this obstacle. However, both of them failed while trying to make a transition to the fourth ledge. In , the obstacle was moved from its previous position as the fourth obstacle to the third obstacle. As the result, it was finally conquered by:• in his second attempt,• Eventual finalist , and• Eventual two-time champion , with Matachi and Urushihara both having their first attempts of the obstacle. The obstacle was nearly cleared by as well, but his grip gave out on the final ledge, just before he could reach the landing platform. However, despite these clears, five competitors still failed on this obstacle in that tournament:• , and• , who was the only SASUKE All-Star to attempt the Ultimate Cliffhanger. Due to the fact that the Ultimate Cliffhanger had eliminated every American competitor who attempted it in counted as part of and counted as part of , the Ultimate Cliffhanger had earned its status as one of the most brutal obstacles for the American competitors. American Ninja Warrior Appearances American Ninja Warrior 4's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three On , the Ultimate Cliffhanger appeared as the fourth obstacle in Stage Three, with the same specification from SASUKE 26-27. , who himself failed there in , became the first American to beat the Ultimate Cliffhanger. American Ninja Warrior 5's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three On , became the second American to beat the Ultimate Cliffhanger, and nearly beating Stage Three. During , who failed on this obstacle in became the third American to beat the Ultimate Cliffhanger, also nearly beating Stage Three. American Ninja Warrior 6's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three On , the ledges were made much thicker. Instead of being 1. 18 inches 3cm as they had been in SASUKE and two previous American Ninja Warrior seasons, they were increased to 2. 25 inches 5. 7cm in thickness later seasons were decreased to 2 inches 5. 08cm , making the obstacle much easier. Also, the fourth ledge was made longer, making the gap between the third and fourth ledge was smaller. As the result, became the fourth American to beat the Ultimate Cliffhanger and just the third to complete the Ultimate Cliffhanger on American Ninja Warrior's regular season. Modification American Ninja Warrior 7's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three On , the obstacle was heavily modified:• The first three ledges were positioned identically from the previous season, but now had gaps in between them. The fourth and fifth ledges remained the same, with the fourth ledge was placed much higher. After the fifth ledge, there were two ledges, which were placed equally high as the fifth ledge, and it was now impossible to reach the landing mat from the seventh ledge. Instead, similar to the , competitors would have to jump 6 feet from the seventh ledge to the final ledge at the hanging board, facing opposite to the main wall, which was 2 inches wide as opposed to only 1 inch. And from there, they were able to reach the landing platform. However, unlike the Crazy Cliffhanger, competitors were allowed to face the final ledge when making the transition as the was not established. Even so, the obstacle caused havoc, as half of the remaining competitors in Stage Three was eliminated on this obstacle, including who had completed the obstacle on the , who chose the Crazy Cliffhanger technique for leap transition to the final ledge. Despite that, 4 competitors were able to complete this obstacle, which was the largest number of the Ultimate Cliffhanger's completion during American Ninja Warrior's regular season until , where a large amount of competitors attempted it due to the sheer amount of Stage Two clears on that season. American Ninja Warrior 11's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three. On , this modification of the Ultimate Cliffhanger returned, with competitors having to do one ledge transition instead of two. The Plexiglas remained from the , albeit with a visual design which made some parts of the glass opaque. Compared with the previous season:• The foothold was removed. Some minor changes for the ledges' placement, albeit some of them were retained. Instead of transiting to another set of Plexiglas, competitors must transit to the first hanging board, possibly due to an erroneous in design. All of the hanging boards were placed lower and shortened, each only had one ledge. Once competitors are in the first hanging board, they would do the ledge transition to the second hanging board which is opposite the first. The length of the second hanging board was very short, with the ledge being similar to the fifth ledge on the original Ultimate Cliffhanger. Competitors had to make the dismount from the third hanging board. A total of 17 competitors attempted this version, and due to these changes, only six competitors failed on it. A unique way to fail on the obstacle was presented when three competitors , , , both were running out of stamina and couldn't make a successful dismount from the third hanging board somewhat similar to what happened with during. The three others, two failed on the jump to the second hanging board , , and failed on the transition to the third hanging board. With that in mind, 11 competitors completed the obstacle, which broke the record of the most completion during American Ninja Warrior's regular season on at four competitors. Second Modification American Ninja Warrior 8's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three On , with of and on the , the obstacle was once again modified:• The first four ledges were the same as the Ultimate Cliffhanger from , with the fourth ledge was placed slightly higher. Under the fourth ledge, there was a small ledge as a foothold, in order to ease the ledge transition to the first hanging board, making this transition similar to the. After that, competitors must make a transition to the next ledge second hanging board. And finally, they must transit back to the final ledge opposite to the hanging board, and dismount to the landing platform. Making this version of Ultimate Cliffhanger was similar to the and , with two ledge transitions across the water. Also, the design of the wall in the obstacle was similar to the wall used in the on , albeit the color and location of the design. Only completed the obstacle, while failed the transition to the second hanging board. During , the obstacle shockingly took out 3 highly-skilled rock climbers Stefano Ghisolfi from Team Europe, David Saikin from Team Latin America, and from Team USA , and all of them competed on the same heat of Stage Three, in which:• Stefano Ghisolfi failed to make the transition to the fourth ledge,• David Saikin failed to make the transition to the second hanging board, and• Brian Arnold completed all the ledges, but failed to make the dismount to the landing platform. However, since Stefano Ghisolfi completed the previous obstacle the faster than David Saikin and Brian Arnold, he won the 3 points for Team Europe. Joe Moravsky was about to attempt the first transition of the Ultimate Cliffhanger during American Ninja Warrior 9's Stage Three On , the same version of the Ultimate Cliffhanger from the previous season appeared, with minor modification for the ledges at the two hanging boards. Only could complete the obstacle, even using the Crazy Cliffhanger technique on the transition to the final ledge which he failed to complete on , while and failed on the transition to the fourth ledge and the second hanging board respectively. During , the Ultimate Cliffhanger became much brutal than ever, as the obstacle eliminated every competitor who attempted it. Among the 5 competitors who attempted the obstacle, 3 of them failed to make the transition to the second hanging board, while the other 2 competitors failed to make the transition to the fourth ledge. American Ninja Warrior 10's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Stage Three On , several changes were made to the Ultimate Cliffhanger:• the obstacle's wall was now composed by Plexiglas walls,• there were more ledges and some minor changes for the ledges' placement,• the two hanging boards were now much closer to each other, compared to the past two American Ninja Warrior seasons. This time, the obstacle became much brutal once again, as among the two competitors who attempted the obstacle, both of them failed to complete it: and. Those two were also the only competitors who advanced to Stage Three. Because of this, the decision of who became the of the season was determined by the competitor who completed the previous obstacle the in the fastest time. Other Appearances Alexander Mars on the Cliffhanger, Ninja Warrior Sweden On and , a variant of the obstacle unofficially named as the Miska Cliffhanger has appeared. This version featured radically different ledges placement compared to the SASUKE and American Ninja Warrior versions, with a greater emphasis on diagonal ledges and long jumps. No one has attempted this version on and , due to being replaced by the Crazy Cliffhanger American Ninja Warrior 7 version on , although failed there on. SASUKE Ninja Warrior Indonesia 2017's Ultimate Cliffhanger in Final Stage On , the Ultimate Cliffhanger appeared as the fifth and penultimate obstacle during Final Stage, with the following specification:• The obstacle's wall was the same as version of the Ultimate Cliffhanger, except there was no leap transition to the final ledge at the hanging board. There were 7 ledges, with the first 5 ledges were similar to the first 5 ledges from SASUKE 26-27 version of the Ultimate Cliffhanger, and the last 2 ledges were similar to the last 2 ledges excluding the final ledge at the hanging board from American Ninja Warrior 7 version of the Ultimate Cliffhanger. After reaching the end of the seventh ledge, competitors must grab the resting bars, as an intermediary to the sixth and final obstacle, the. Among the 2 competitors who attempted the obstacle and , both of them could complete it. Also, during , no competitor failed on this obstacle. Competitors' Success Rate• From , the obstacle was moved to the fourth obstacle. The first wall consisted of three ledges, the first and third being equally high off the ground but the second having been raised by 30cm, almost identical to the. However, the third ledge had been shortened to a point where the competitors couldn't reach landing platform from it. Opposite the third ledge was another wall with a fourth ledge. Competitors must make enough momentum and jump from the third to the fourth ledge similar to the , and only then they could transfer to the landing platform. In , the distance of the third to the opposing fourth ledge was revealed to be 1. 8m, though it was already mentioned since. Unlike the past two versions of the Cliffhanger, Shin-Cliffhanger and Ultimate Cliffhanger the ledge that must be jumped onto was not wider than the other ledges, making the transition more difficult. While grip and upper body strength played an important role in every version of the Cliffhanger, this version seemed to be based more on the weight of the competitors rather than technique or stamina , due to the style of the last ledge transition. Unlike previous versions of the Cliffhanger, in which competitors would eventually get the hang of the techniques required to defeat them such as the Shin-Cliffhanger , the Crazy Cliffhanger was never truly mastered. This is largely due to the element of landing the jump, as competitors would succeed in doing the transition but would not have enough grip to hold on to the ledge. Even in its fourth and final appearance in SASUKE 31, only 2 out of 8 competitors cleared. The Crazy Cliffhanger showed the jump from the third to fourth ledge, A very unusual rule was added to the obstacle in , in which competitors were not allowed to face the fourth ledge while transitioning from the third ledge see. also saw 's fourth consecutive failure on the obstacle, Kanno finally completing the obstacle after his fourth consecutive attempt and being just the fifth competitor to clear , and Morimoto being the only competitor to clear the obstacle twice. Overall, in just 4 tournaments from SASUKE 28 to SASUKE 31, the Crazy Cliffhanger was not cleared 18 times, which was the largest number of failures in any version of the Cliffhanger in SASUKE by date, beating the Cliffhanger Kai which was used from to at 17 times. American Ninja Warrior Appearances American Ninja Warrior 6's Crazy Cliffhanger in St. Louis American Ninja Warrior 7's Crazy Cliffhanger in Houston The Crazy Cliffhanger appeared on , as the ninth obstacle during St. Louis finals. However, unlike in , instead of three ledges going to the right then having to jump to the other side, there was one ledge going to the right and two small ledges to help getting to the other ledge. This version of the Crazy Cliffhanger was proven to be much easier than in SASUKE, as among the 12 competitors who attempted the obstacle, only 3 of them failed to complete it. Then, the Crazy Cliffhanger returned on , as the ninth obstacle during Houston finals. This time, the obstacle was looked almost similar to the Crazy Cliffhanger from , but the number of ledges was increased from four to six, with the first five ledges being on one side, and the sixth ledge being on the opposing side. Competitors could also face the opposing ledge when making the transition unlike in SASUKE, where competitors were not allowed to do it , as the was not established. The distance between the fifth and sixth ledges was 4 feet. Among the 5 competitors who attempted the obstacle, only 2 of them could complete it and. Other Appearances Ninja Warrior UK Ninja Warrior UK 4's Crazy Cliffhanger The Crazy Cliffhanger appeared as the first obstacle during the finals' Stage 3 on and , which was very similar to the one used during 's Houston finals except there were five ledges instead of six, with the first four ledges being on one side and the fifth ledge being on the opposing side. On , two competitors and attempted the obstacle, but none of them could complete it. With making the furthest to the obstacle than , he then earned the title as the "Last Man Standing" on that season. On , five competitors attempted the obstacle, and Deren Perez and became the first 2 competitors to complete it. also saw 2 competitors completed the Crazy Cliffhanger: Ali Hay and who would later become the first ever competitor in Ninja Warrior UK history to achieve and earn the title of the first "Ninja Warrior UK" on that season. Australian Ninja Warrior Australian Ninja Warrior 2's Crazy Cliffhanger A similar version of the Crazy Cliffhanger from Ninja Warrior UK appeared:• as the sixth obstacle in Stage Two on , and• as the third obstacle in Stage Three on and. During the first two seasons, the obstacle was unattempted. On , the obstacle was attempted for the first time ever by four competitors , , Daniel Mason, and Charlie Robbins and all of them could complete it. The concept of the numbering for the was applied, with the ledges being labeled in number 1 to 4. Also, the third ledge was made longer than the Crazy Cliffhanger used in SASUKE. On , only attempted this obstacle, but failed while making the leap transition to the final ledge. SASUKE Vietnam 4's Crazy Cliffhanger On , the obstacle was modified. Due to the third ledge was made longer than the one used in SASUKE, there was a red sticker at the end of the third ledge, in which competitors were allowed to make the leap transition to the fourth ledge if they had reached the red sticker. Three competitors , , and attempted the obstacle, but all of them failed while making the leap transition to the fourth ledge, making the once again was left unattempted. On , due to the difficulties from the returning obstacles and , no competitor could reach this obstacle. This marked the first time that no one could attempt a version of the Cliffhanger in SASUKE Vietnam history. Despite no competitor completed the Crazy Cliffhanger during the regular season so far, some competitors had completed the Crazy Cliffhanger on SASUKE Vietnam's international competition like or. Competitors' Success Rate• It was a modified version of the Crazy Cliffhanger. However, unlike the Crazy Cliffhanger:• It only has three ledges,• The catch is that competitors have to make two transitions similar to the Crazy Cliffhanger,• The second ledge curves inward to increase the difficulty, compensating the distance of 1. 8 metres for both transitions. The third ledge, where the second transition has to be made, is a moving ledge that goes up and down by 90cm. It was also tied together with an obstacle the without any break to make the second half of the Third Stage is more difficult as a whole. This version of the Cliffhanger, similar to the Crazy Cliffhanger, is also based more on the weight of the competitor rather than technique or stamina due to the style of the ledge transitions. The timing is also crucial due to the transition to the moving ledge, making it very unpredictable which competitors sometimes glance at the moving ledge prior to transition. Internal view of the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger, However, unlike the past three versions of the Cliffhanger Shin-Cliffhanger, Ultimate Cliffhanger, and Crazy Cliffhanger , this obstacle was successfully completed in its introductory tournament, with managing to become the first competitor to clear it. Unfortunately, no one managed to clear it in the , as Drew Drechsel, the only competitor to attempt it in that tournament, did the transition to the moving ledge one second too late with the moving ledge starting to move up as he tried to make the transition , thus falling to the water. Unlike other versions of the Cliffhanger, starting from the Shin-Cliffhanger, fewer competitors were able to attempt the obstacle in its first two tournaments due to the preceding obstacles becoming more physically demanding. It was not until , where a larger number of competitors took on the obstacle that it was proven itself a force to be reckoned with, eliminating a whopping 6 competitors out of 7, including , who failed the second transition yet again, this time one second too early and who was the first woman to attempt the Third Stage in SASUKE history. Only was able to clear it in that tournament. A green resting platform was added in between the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger and Vertical Limit in and , to make the Vertical Limit much easier and give competitors ample time to rest. In addition, 3 out of 4 competitors were able to complete the obstacle in , which were:• , who became the first competitor to complete the obstacle twice,• , who became the second competitor to complete the Crazy Cliffhanger and Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger in separate tournaments, and• , who became the first competitor to complete both the Crazy Cliffhanger and Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger twice. He would later clear the Third Stage in that tournament. In , 4 out of 8 competitors were able to complete the obstacle, which were:• , who became the fourth competitor to complete the obstacle,• , who became the third competitor to complete the Crazy Cliffhanger and Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger in separate tournaments,• , who advanced to the Third Stage for the first time since , and• , who became the first competitor to complete the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger three times in a row. Just like on the , he would later become the only competitor to clear the Third Stage in that tournament. All of the competitors who attempted the obstacle cleared the first transition, except for. In addition, three competitors cleared the obstacle in their first attempt. Due to this version having more success compared to previous tournaments, the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger is modified the following tournament, making this version the second iteration to have been replaced without the impetus of a. , The Cliffhanger Dimension クリフハンガーディメンション was introduced in as a modified version of the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger. The obstacle had three ledges, similar to the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger, except:• The second ledge moved up and down, similar to the third ledge on the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger. The third ledge was embedded on the Plexiglas board, which moved forward and backward. Both second and third ledges moved as its respective direction by 90 cm. This version of the Cliffhanger, similar to the Crazy Cliffhanger and the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger, is also based more on the weight of the competitor rather than technique or stamina due to the style of the ledge transitions. The timing is also crucial due to the transition to the moving ledge, making it very unpredictable which competitors sometimes glance at the moving ledge prior to transition. Likewise for the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger, this obstacle was successfully completed in its introductory tournament, by. This was due to the fact that in , due to poor weather resulting the motors of the ledges malfunctioning, the ledges were stopped and adjusted to its respective height and distance around 1. 8 m, rendering the obstacle less difficult and brutal, eliminating the need to glance prior to transition to the moving ledge. However, based on 's testimonial, he mentioned in a post-tournament interview that the ledges were halted due to the fact that the production team wanted at least one clear on the Third Stage so that the live Final Stage could go ahead. Despite that, it was still proven to be a threat, as only 3 of the 8 competitors could complete it. It took out notable competitors such as , , and.

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