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Sasuke ShurikenSASUKE2000秋 (SASUKE #06)
Tokyo Broadcasting System [TBS] broadcast date Saturday, September 9th, 2000

Stage Results Overview
Competitors to clear 1ST Stage = 5
Competitors to clear 2ND Stage = 5
Competitors to clear 3RD Stage = 0
Competitors to clear FINAL Stage = 0
Top 5SASUKE #06 - Top 5 Results
The top 5 performances for this competition are listed by highest obstacle and then by competitior number.
Name (氏名) # Result - Obstacle Stage
YAMADA Katsumi
YAMADA Katsumi
山田 勝己
99 Sasuke Stage Failed - Pipe Slider - パイプスライダー 3RD
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畠田 好章
83 Sasuke Stage Failed - Cliffhanger - クリフハンガー 3RD
TAKEDA Toshihiro
TAKEDA Toshihiro
竹田 敏浩
93 Sasuke Stage Failed - Body Prop - ボディプロップ 3RD
Kane Kosugi
98 Sasuke Stage Failed - Body Prop - ボディプロップ 3RD
Shane Kosugi
97 Sasuke Stage Failed - Body Prop - ボディプロップ 3RD
MicrophoneSASUKE #06 - Commentators
Announcer (アナウンサー) Competitors Covered
初田 啓介
1ST Stage: 1st to 80th
古舘 伊知郎
1ST Stage: 81st-100th, 2ND Stage, 3RD Stage and FINAL stage
SASUKE #06 - Course (Obstacle) Configuration
Total Obstacles = 19
SASUKE 1ST Stage image
Time Limit = 75 seconds

01. Maruta Nobori (Log Climb aka Barrel Climb) - 丸太登り

02. Rolling Maruta (Rolling Log) - ローリング丸太

03. Yureru Hashi (Balance Bridge) - 揺れる橋

04. Jump Hang - ジャンプハング

05. Soritatsu Kabe (Warped Wall) - そり立つ壁

06. Tarzan Jump - ターザンジャンプ

07. Rope Climb - ロープクライム

SASUKE 2ND Stage image
Time Limit = 50 seconds

08. Narrow (Ledge Walk) - ナロー NEW

09. Spider Walk - スパイダーウォーク

10. Goren Hammer (Hammer Dodge) - 5連ハンマー

11. Gyakuso Conveyor (Reverse Conveyor) - 逆走コンベア

12. Wall Lifting - ウォールリフティング

SASUKE 3RD Stage image
Time Limit = none

13. Propeller Untei (Propeller Bars) - プロペラ雲梯

14. Body Prop - ボディプロップ

15. Arm Bike - アームバイク

16. Cliffhanger - クリフハンガー

17. Pipe Slider - パイプスライダー

SASUKE FINAL Stage image
Time Limit = 30 seconds

18. Spider Climb - スパイダークライム

19. Tsuna Nobori (Rope Climb aka Final Rope) - 綱登り

Notes The 6th Competition, official name: SASUKE2000秋 (literally SASUKE 2000 Fall) was the second tournament after Akiyama Kazuhiko's kanzenseiha and the first tournament that he competed in since then.

In the First Stage, the first 82 people failed, a record which still stands. The Jump Hang was particularly deadly, eliminating over 50 people. Hatakeda Yoshiaki was the first person to reach the top of the Jump Hang and the only person in history to do that with both hands. He eventually went on to be the first person to clear that day. Yamamoto Shingo, who went the farthest in SASUKE 5, unexpectedly failed the Rolling Maruta. Akiyama surprisingly failed the Jump Hang, which would start a series of failures that would last until SASUKE 11.

The first and third stages remained unchanged, but the Second Stage added the Narrow, which replaced the Tackle Machine. All five who cleared the First Stage wound up advancing to the Third Stage making it the only tournament to have a 100% Second Stage completion rate.

In the Third Stage, three of the competitors failed the Body Prop. The best finish was by Yamada Katsumi, who failed the Pipe Slider after making the landing mat but tipping to the side and falling off.

This article uses material from the "SASUKE_6" article on the SASUKEPEDIA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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