Kaden Lebsack is a native of Colorado and a professional American Ninja Warrior. He studies in high school and trains other competitors – Ethan Swanson and Jake Murray. Before the main show, he was there on the ANW Junior 2. He returned to the show through wildcard entry and was the runner-up for the season with the 13-14 age group. He had the overall record of 5-3 and lost the game to Blake Feero twice, still managed to advance the Vance Walker in the finals.
Kaden Lebsack was born on 3rd September 2005 and grew up in Castle Rock, Colorado. He has been given the nickname – Super K, and the first show he appeared in was American Ninja Warrior 13. After that, he has appeared for ANW 14 and ANW 15. He has the best memory of American Ninja Warrior 14, belonging to Stage Four- the Rope Climb round.
Kaden Lebsack Career
He appeared in the second qualifying round of American Ninja Warrior 13. He was one of the only seven competitors and had the best run. He was among the competitors who passed the V formation that round and cleared the obstacles with the fastest time.
He made it to Stage four of the finals of ANW, where he had to use his legs to run faster and score better at around 65 feet long distance. But he ran out of the time. Still, he was able to manage the obstacles and became the last man standing among all. Eventually, he won the prize money of $100,000.
American Ninja Warrior 14
Kaden Lebsack appeared for the third qualifying round and cleared the course with the fastest time and eventually became the second most immediate personality to do so in the show. He made it to the semifinals and appeared in the third semifinal episode. There, he faced no problems and completed the course on time. And again, he cleared the semifinal course and was placed at the 4th place.
He made his appearance till stage four of the semifinal round. He was standing at 70 a 70-foot-long distance from Earth and still managed to clear the obstacles but was timed out. He still made it to push the buzzer and achieved a place among the five competitors. At the last, he was the one who stood alone in all competitors and won the prize money of $100,000.
American Ninja Warrior 15
Kaden Lebsack appeared for the fifth qualifying round, and this time, he also made a flawless record of scores. Once again, he cleared the course and had no issue passing the obstacles. He cleared the course under 1:20 and had the attempt for Mega Wall for the first time in his career. But he fell down and had to lose. In the semifinals, he easily won the first round against Glenn Albright and finished the course after being the second fastest personality in the competitors. He appeared in the semifinals despite skipping the handles on the Spin Hopper round and winning the game against Kai. This further secured him with the safety pass.
Kaden Lebsack Biography
|Real Name||Kaden Lebsack|
|Birth Date||September 3, 2005|
|Age (as of 2023)||17 Years|
|Birth Place||Castle Rock, Colorado|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 177 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 75 kg – in Pounds – 165 lbs|
|Who is his girlfriend?||None|
Kaden Lebsack is 18 years old and has not been hitched to anyone. If that is so, he has not declared anything to the public.
He is available on Instagram [Kadenwake], and all the posts belong to Ninja Warrior games. He is fond of surfing and has managed to post pictures under the highlight “Things To Surf”. He is indeed a fun-loving personality and often plays ninja games only.
Kaden Lebsack Net Worth
Kaden Lebsack has won the show American Ninja Warrior 13 and has earned the prize money of $100,000. He also became the only man standing among the five competitors to show his skills and win $100,000 at American Ninja Warrior 14.
- Kaden Lebsack says he and his family have watched the Ninja games since season 1.
- The one thing that he likes about ANW games is the supportive nature of contestants for each other.
- He has been seeking his training since he was 10.
- Kaden has achieved many places in different competitions and has appeared for many seasons like-
- American Ninja Warrior Junior 2019 – where he was placed second
- Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association 2019 – where he achieved 2nd Place Pros
- Ultimate Backyard Warrior 2019 & 2020 – where he was Back-to-Back Grand Champion
- Colorado Ninja League 2020 – where he achieved 1st Place Pros
- UNX Ninja 2020 – where he achieved 3rd Place Pros
- National Ninja League World Championship 2020 – where he had 1st place among the Teens.