'American Ninja Warrior' Winners: Where Are They Now?

by Jessica Hickam
Apr 20, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. ET

The strongest of America's strong are still kicking ass and taking names.

1 /7: Jessie Graff

1/7 :Jessie Graff

Jessie Graff has continued to defy gravity with her obstacle course moves on American Ninja Warrior. In 2016, Graff became the first woman to compete in Stage 1 in the national finals of the competition. Aside from kicking ass on the show, Jessie is also an actress and a stuntwoman. She most recently did stunts for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and appeared on an episode of Supergirl

2 /7: Kacy Catanzaro

2/7 :Kacy Catanzaro

Kacy Catanzaro is still tearin' it up on American Ninja Warrior. Right now, she's in the process of training with actor Stephen Amell, who will compete on American Ninja Warrior on May 25. Since Kacy is 4'11" and Amell is 6'1" and probably has about 100 pounds on her, I'm going to say their strategies are a bit different on the course. Still, the celebrity edition of the show is sure to entertain.

3 /7: Meagan Martin

3/7 :Meagan Martin

Meagan Martin is a member of the infamous Wolfpack Ninjas. Aside from continuing to compete on American Ninja Warrior, Meagan makes a living as a professional climber. She was a member of the U.S. 2016 bouldering team and also models for sports brands like Athleta. 

4 /7: Isaac Caldiero

4/7 :Isaac Caldiero

After being crowned the first American Ninja Warrior, Isaac gave up the competition. As of 2016, Isaac was still making his living as a professional climber and living out of a 1978 RV on the road. He also seems to make some extra cash by promoting climbing-friendly brands on his Instagram, like Pom Wonderful and Atomic Climbing Holds.

5 /7: Flip Rodriguez

5/7 :Flip Rodriguez

Flip Rodriguez is an ANW fan favorite and has competed on six seasons of the show. When he isn't hitting the obstacle course, Flip works as a trainer at Tempest Free Running Academy in Los Angeles. He has also worked as a stunt performer in films like Transformers and Star Trek. You can also catch Flip on May 25 for American Ninja Warrior's celebrity special. He's training celeb Erika Christensen. 

6 /7: Geoff 'Popeye' Britten

6/7 :Geoff 'Popeye' Britten

After coming in second to Isaac Caldiero by only a few seconds, Geoff Britten announced in 2016 that he was taking some time off from the American Ninja Warrior competition because his heart wasn't in it like it once was. Geoff works as a cameraman when he's not competing on American Ninja Warrior. His wife, Jessica, is also a competitor on the show, and the two have a daughter together.

Despite his announcement that he was leaving TV behind, Geoff hasn't given up climbing. He has also stayed in touch with his ANW friends and has continued to support them as they compete. 

7 /7: Paul Kasemir

7/7 :Paul Kasemir

Paul Kasemir is a software engineer, dancer, climber and parkour athlete from Longmont, Colorado. Despite the fact that fans love him, there were rumors that he wasn't asked back to continue to compete on ANW. Though he rarely posts on social media, it does appear that Paul has continued his love of the obstacle course despite not recently appearing on the show.