Kids Take On Frisco Ninja Competition

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FRISCO, TX — It was the first day of the Texas Amateur Athletes Federation Winter Games, over in Frisco, and the weather matched it!

This year’s games, which go all weekend, has everything from flag football competitions to kickball, but a big focus was on the Frisco Ninja, a Ninja Warrior competition for the kiddos in attendance.

“Everything’s going great! We’re having a great time, this is a kid’s obstacle course event, it’s awesome!” said Chance Williams with Frisco Ninja. “We’re here to try to promote kid’s fitness and try to get kids involved in being fit for life!”

Well these kids took the course in freezing weather with fire in their eyes, blazing times you could hardly believe! Tori here took the best girl’s time at a minute and three seconds, and gave credit to her sibling for her training regiment:

“I guess my older brother kind of helps me because we fight a lot and then I race him and stuff like that.” she said.

But all the racers were bested by Quinton, who crushed it with a time of 58 seconds!

“I ran out of breath as soon as I got passed those cones,” said Quinton, “but I just had to push all the way through, because once I got to here I was almost all out of breath.”

Well with the way these kids bested the obstacles out at the Winter Games, you might not be surprised if one day, one of them is a true ninja warrior!

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