"Wonder Woman" Jessie Graff Stuns Audiences Once Again on "American Ninja Warrior"

Only a little over a month ago, "Supergirl" stuntwoman Jessie Graff became the first woman to obliterate the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course, finishing in just under four-and-a-half minutes during the NBC TV show's eighth season premiere, all while dressed as DC's Wonder Woman to boot. Last night at the Los Angeles Finals, she stunned audiences and judges yet again, easily defeating an obstacle that previously bested 10 competitors in the stateside competition.

The Wedge certainly seemed impossible before Graff tackled the course. Ten straight competitors had attempted to jump a bar between two angled walls, and ten failed in rapid succession. Just as she made history in June ascending the new and improved Warped Wall, Graff showed off her superhero side to win the day yet again.

While she didn't manage to finish the entire course, Graff still qualified for the next round, all but ensuring more superhuman spectacles to come in the coming weeks when she competes at the Las Vegas Finals. Check out the video below.

"Supergirl" recently finished its first season on CBS before being renewed for a second season on The CW. Studio heads later confirmed "Supergirl" will cross over with the channel's other DC shows, "Arrow," "The Flash," and "Legends of Tomorrow."

"Supergirl" will air Mondays at 8PM this fall on the CW. "American Ninja Warriors" airs Mondays at 8PM on NBC.

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