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& # 39; I have sold my café! & # 39; Australian Ninja Warrior finalist Olivia Vivian [photo], 29, revealed this week to the sacrifices she made to compete at the show

& # 39; I have sold my café! & # 39; Australian Ninja Warrior finalists reveal the huge sacrifices they have made to compete in the show

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The grand finale of the Australian Ninja Warrior on Monday evening will try to conquer the most challenging obstacle course.

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And three finalists revealed it 9Now this week the sacrifices they made to participate in the show.

Olivia Vivian, 29, even went as far as selling her cafe in Western Australia.

& # 39; I have sold my café! & # 39; Australian Ninja Warrior finalist Olivia Vivian [photo], 29, revealed this week to the sacrifices she made to compete at the show

& # 39; I have sold my café! & # 39; Australian Ninja Warrior finalist Olivia Vivian [photo], 29, revealed this week to the sacrifices she made to compete at the show

& # 39; I made the very difficult decision to sell my cafe so that I could travel and compete without distractions [in Ninja Warrior], and as much as I miss my clients and daily routine, I am satisfied with my decision to sell Follow a new path, & # 39; she said.

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For martial arts pro Josh O & # 39; Sullivan, he increased his training regime with very little rest.

& # 39; Towards the Ninja season, I trained two to three times a day, up to four hours a day, five to six days a week, & # 39; said the 26 year old.

& # 39; Up to four hours a day, six days a week & # 39 ;: Martial arts pro Josh O & # 39; Sullivan [photo], 26, increased his training regime with very little rest

& # 39; Up to four hours a day, six days a week & # 39 ;: Martial arts pro Josh O & # 39; Sullivan [photo], 26, increased his training regime with very little rest

& # 39; Up to four hours a day, six days a week & # 39 ;: Martial arts pro Josh O & # 39; Sullivan [photo], 26, increased his training regime with very little rest

And for Brisbane-based plumber Ryan Solomon, it was his sleep and common sense that was most affected.

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& # 39; Slightly sacrifice my sleep and mental health to make sure I have trained everything I have trained, but there is a little in it, & # 39; said the 31 year old.

Meanwhile, it is a busy time for Ryan expecting a miracle baby in August with wife Amie Solomon.

Losing sleep: for plumber Ryan Solomon [photo], 31, his sleep and common sense were the most affected

Losing sleep: for plumber Ryan Solomon [photo], 31, his sleep and common sense were the most affected

Losing sleep: for plumber Ryan Solomon [photo], 31, his sleep and common sense were the most affected

The couple plans to welcome a son next month each year after tragically losing their daughter Lola Grace, just 17 weeks pregnant.

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Ryan told it Monday New idea that the news is & # 39; super exciting after so & # 39; n crazy, emotional last year & # 39 ;.

The big final episode of the Australian Ninja Warrior will be broadcast on Nine on Monday 29 July at 19.30

Wonder baby: Meanwhile, Ryan and wife Amie Solomon [photo] expect a wonder baby in August

Wonder baby: Meanwhile, Ryan and wife Amie Solomon [photo] expect a wonder baby in August

Wonder baby: Meanwhile, Ryan and wife Amie Solomon [photo] expect a wonder baby in August

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