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Two men complete ‘American Ninja Warrior’ final course, one winner named

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Isaac Caldiero spends his days working as a busboy.

When he’s not working, he likes to rock climb in Fort Collins, Colorado.

He says he likes to live a simple life and knows that it isn’t about how much money you make.

However, he is now a millionaire.

For several years, Caldiero wanted to become the first person to ever win American Ninja Warrior.

On Monday night, he did just that.

After several failed attempts in the past, Caldiero easily made it through the final course and sped up the 75-foot rope, called Mt. Midoriyama.

In fact, two people finished the course on Monday, Caldiero and Geoff Britten.

Caldiero reached the top first, making him the champion and the winner of the $1 million grand prize.

In the show’s past six seasons, no one has ever finished the final course.

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