Move over Supergirl and Wonder Woman, there's a new super heroine in town and her name is Jessie Graff.
The 32-year-old, who works as a stuntwoman on Supergirl, has become an internet sensation ever since her amazing run at the American Ninja Warrior national finals in Las Vegas. She easily dominated the recently upgraded Stage 1 course, and was one of eight competitors, out of a pool of 45, to complete the course. Graff also made history by becoming the only woman to ever complete the stage.
The performance is even more impressive considering that she completed the challenge with 12 seconds still left on the clock.
Fans around the globe have been clamoring to watch a clip of Graff's run, which received over 55 million views after being posted on Facebook.
The amazing feat even earned a LEGO Ninjago parody, thanks to the folks over at the toy brick building company.
This isn't the first time that Graff has wowed the world with her high-flying, ninja skills.
She previously broke the internet with her awesome performance at the 2016 Los Angeles qualifiers. Graff was able to conquer the new Warped Wall while donning a star-spangled, Wonder Woman costume.
Who said super heroes aren't real?
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