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Posted: Tuesday, 01 April 2014 12:00PM

Local Teacher Competing In American Ninja Warrior



For the second time, a Hopkinsville athlete is competing in one of the most rigorous obstacle course competitions in the world. Tyler Stallons, Hopkinsville Middle School Social Studies teacher, and Hopkinsville native, has been invited to participate in the first round of the American Ninja Warrior competition. Stallons says he's among a relatively large group that has been invited to the regional trials in St. Louis.


   
Stallons says he's excited to be a part of the competition.


   
The 6th season of American Ninja Warrior kicks off Monday May 26th at 9pm on NBC.
 

 


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