Australian Ninja Warrior is our new TV obsession.
The competition is entertaining, the obstacles are exhausting but, let's be real, one of the main perks of watching is the gratuitous eye candy.
So, for your viewing pleasure, we've rounded up the hottest Australian Ninja Warrior contestants competing to be the ultimate winner.
Do they have what it takes?
After losing his father to cancer when he was 21, this French hunk decided that he wanted to help others.
The 36-year-old personal trainer previously worked as a lifeguard, fireman and a paramedic, saving thousands of lives. Talk about a hero!
Originally from New York, this hottie is now living in Melbourne studying sports science.
The 23-year-old works with AFL youth players and wants to inspire kids to get into sports and become great athletes.
Jack had a difficult upbringing and ended up turning to drugs and alcohol. But he decided to make a change and turned to long distance running to overcome his struggles.
The 23-year-old is a proud indigenous Australian and he wants to inspire other indigenous people to live a healthy lifestyle and show them that they can achieve their dreams.
Scott competed in gymnastics and soccer throughout his childhood before joining the army as a Commando.
The 30-year-old has completed several tours in Afghanistan and one in East Timor. Impressive, no?
Rob isn't just handsome, he's is successful too! The 24-year-old is one of the youngest qualified Financial Advisors in his profession. He's also sports mad.
But Rob suffered from amnesia after a tackle in a rugby union match. He made a remarkable recovery, but a snowboard accident resulted in more memory loss, so Rob had to call it quits on competitive sports.
Now back in the game, will Rob be the one to conquer Mount Midoriama?
Ex-NRL babe, Beau certainly has the ladies swooning!
His outgoing personality has made him the perfect host on the NRL Footy Show's panel. The 32-year-old joined the show after injury resulted in his departure from NRL.
Beau previously played for the Wests Tigers and the Cronulla Sharks.
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