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SASUKE2004春
Sasuke ShurikenSASUKE2004春 (SASUKE #13)
Tokyo Broadcasting System [TBS] broadcast date Tuesday, April 6th, 2004
http://www.tbs.co.jp/program/sasuke2004.html

Stage Results Overview
Competitors to clear 1ST Stage = 10
Competitors to clear 2ND Stage = 5
Competitors to clear 3RD Stage = 1
Competitors to clear FINAL Stage = 0
 
Top 5SASUKE #13 - 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
NAGANO Makoto
NAGANO Makoto
長野 誠
100 Sasuke Stage Failed - Tsuna Nobori (Rope Climb aka Final Rope) - 綱登り FINAL
SHIRATORI Bunpei
SHIRATORI Bunpei
白鳥 文平
99 Sasuke Stage Failed - Pipe Slider - パイプスライダー 3RD
TAKEDA Toshihiro
TAKEDA Toshihiro
竹田 敏浩
98 Sasuke Stage Failed - Cliffhanger - クリフハンガー 3RD
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KOBAYASHI Masaki
小林 正明
97 Sasuke Stage Failed - Curtain Cling - カーテンクリング 3RD
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IKETANI Naoki
池谷 直樹
92 Sasuke Stage Failed - Body Prop - ボディプロップ 3RD
 
MicrophoneSASUKE #13 - Commentators
 
Announcer (アナウンサー) Competitors Covered
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HATSUTA Keisuke
初田 啓介
1ST Stage: 1st - 30th / 71st - 100th , 2ND Stage, 3RD Stage and FINAL stage
KOMADA Kengo
KOMADA Kengo
駒田 健吾
1ST Stage: 31st - 70th
 
SASUKE #13 - Course (Obstacle) Configuration
Total Obstacles = 20
 
SASUKE 1ST Stage image
Time Limit = 80 seconds

01. Prism See-Saw - プリズムシーソー NEW

02. Sandan Rolling Maruta (Rolling Log) - 三段ローリング丸太 NEW

03. Cross Bridge - クロスブリッジ NEW

04. Jump Hang - ジャンプハング

05. Neshireta Kabe (Crooked Wall) - ねじれた壁 NEW

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

07. Tarzan Jump - ターザンジャンプ

08. Rope Climb - ロープクライム

 
SASUKE 2ND Stage image
Time Limit = 70 seconds

09. Chain Reaction - チェーンリアクション

Brick Climb - ブリッククライム

10. Spider Walk - スパイダーウォーク

11. Balance Tank - バランスタンク

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

13. Wall Lifting - ウォールリフティング

 
SASUKE 3RD Stage image
Time Limit = none

14. Rumbling Dice - ランブリングダイス

15. Body Prop - ボディプロップ

16. Curtain Cling - カーテンクリング NEW

17. Cliffhanger - クリフハンガー

18. Pipe Slider - パイプスライダー

 
SASUKE FINAL Stage image
Time Limit = 30 seconds

19. Spider Climb - スパイダークライム

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

 
 
Notes The 13th Competition, official name: SASUKE2004春 (literally SASUKE 2004 Spring) is the first tournament after Nagano Makoto's near miss of kanzenseiha in SASUKE 12 and the only tournament held in 2004. Before the tournament, the biggest trials were held. The SASUKE 13 Trials had a total of 224 competitors with the top 30 rankings and the top 10 women getting an automatic bid (the rest of the participants were judged by the producers as usual). In this tournament, Hatsuta Keisuke took over as main announcer, replacing Furutachi Ichiro. Also, with Yamada Katsumi's absence, Yamamoto Shingo became the only man to hold a perfect attendance record. Because of Nagano's 0.11 second miss in the last tournament, major changes were made to the First Stage. The color of the mats was changed from green to black. Every obstacle except the Soritatsu Kabe was either changed or modified to be made harder. The new vertical Jump Hang took out several top competitors. Still, ten people cleared the First stage. The most impressive performance was Nagano. He blitzed through the First Stage and cleared with 29.03 seconds left, fifteen seconds faster than everyone else. In the Second Stage, the first five people failed in various failures and time outs. Yamamoto Shingo for example, almost cleared the stage, but his foot was trapped by the third wall and time ran out. However, the last five people all cleared, with these five last men standing all funnily enough coming in the top five in the trials. In the Third Stage the remaining five competitors all failed different obstacles. Takeda Toshihiro failed the Cliffhanger because of his injured right shoulder. Shiratori Bunpei made it to the landing mat at the end of the Third Stage but lost his balance and fell into the water. Nagano Makoto cleared the Third Stage for the third consecutive time joining Ōmori Akira, who did it in the first three SASUKE tournaments. However, Nagano failed short for the third straight time.

This article uses material from the "SASUKE_13" article on the SASUKEPEDIA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

 
 
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