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Watch: Jessie Graf Becomes First Woman to Complete Grueling Stage 1 on 'American Ninja Warrior'

Graf became the first woman to complete the grueling Stage 1 course of the program

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    That's no Supergirl...more like Superwoman.

    Jessie Graf amazed audiences Monday night when she made history becoming the first woman to compete the grueling stage 1 obstacle course on "American Ninja Warrior" during the national finals in Las Vegas.

    Graf successfully navigated the course that includes the "Log Grip", "Propeller Bar", "Jumping Spider" and "Warped Wall" and hit the buzzer with 12 seconds to spare, placing fourth on the night.

    The 32-year-old who works as a stuntwoman for the CW's "Supergirl" told USA Today her previous experience competing on the show helped her better prepare for success during this current campaign.

    "My first year doing Ninja Warrior, I didn’t really know what it was about. After that, when so many people were like, 'I didn’t know women could do that,' I thought, 'Then, we better show you," she said. "The main thing is just testing my limits, seeing how much you can do. Seeing how much you’re capable of."