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  • Supporters cheer 70-year-old hopeful as Kansas City episode of American Ninja Warrior airs

    Several dozen family and friends attended a watch party July 3 to support Rich Talavera, 70, as he competed in the Kansas City Qualifiers episode of American Ninja Warrior. Talavera holds the record for being the oldest contestant to complete an obstacle on the show.

Supporters cheer 70-year-old hopeful as Kansas City episode of American Ninja Warrior airs

Several dozen family and friends attended a watch party July 3 to support Rich Talavera, 70, as he competed in the Kansas City Qualifiers episode of American Ninja Warrior. Talavera holds the record for being the oldest contestant to complete an obstacle on the show.
Jill Toyoshiba and Aaron Randle The Kansas City Star