About Australia Ninja Games (ANG)

State Representatives

ANG Events

ANG History

About Australia Ninja Games

Australia Ninja Games (ANG) is the official ninja league of Obstacle Australia, run by Ninjas for Ninjas. We are non-profit and run by the efforts of our volunteers.

The Australia Ninja Games qualification season typically run from March until November each year. At the end of each season, ANG holds a National Championships event, selecting its national team and providing qualification to the UNAA World Series Finals.

From the ANG National Championships athletes may qualify for the Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association (UNAA) World Series held in the USA in July each year and World Obstacle events.

ANG is governed by the Obstacle Australia Board

Obstacle Australia and UNAA are under the guidance of the International governing body, World Obstacle.

Our Committee and State Representatives

ANG is governed by a committee comprising of a representative from each ninja state, responsible for organising and promoting the sport in their state, and chaired by the Obstacle Australia Ninja VP. State Representatives are listed below:

New South Wales – Cruze Morley

Queensland – Tomas Heikkinen

South Australia – Jacqui Heynen

Victoria – Jake Baker

Western Australia – Nathan Brown

About ANG Competitions

ANG events are conducted under the rules of the UNAA and World Obstacle.

Subject to each facility’s age policies, athletes as young as 5 may compete in ANG competitions in one of the following race categories (separate categories for males and females):

7 years and under
9 years and under
11 years and under
13 years and under
15 years and under
Masters (40+)

Codes of Conduct

For technical official code of conduct please click here

For athlete code of conduct please click here

For coach code of conduct please click here

For spectator/support person code of conduct please click here


Australia Ninja Games (ANG) started in 2018 as a response to other Ninja competitions that had an athlete’s run end with their first failed obstacle. ANG competitions allow up to three fails on a course.

The first National Championships were held at The Compound in Melbourne. After numerous delays due to COVID, the second ANG National Championships were held in Canberra in January 2022.

In December 2022 ANG became an inaugural member of Obstacle Australia.

For the 2023 National Championships at Urban Xtreme Brisbane, there were 20 qualifying events with over 330 athletes registering for the event.

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