Activists protesting hot dog contest released

Activists protesting hot dog contest released

Activists protesting hot dog contest released

Joey "Jaws" Chestnut has broken his own record to extend his reign as chowing champion at the annual July Fourth hot dog eating contest at Nathan's Famous in NY.

Lesson: Don't mess with acts of freedom (such as hot dog eating contests) on the Fourth of July.

Joey Chestnut admits that previous year was a really rough round for him as he attempted to regain the title.

Loyal fans donned hot dog hats as they waited to see who could stomach the pressure and who would falter.

Last month, Joey Chestnut beat Matt Stonie in an ice cream sandwich eating competition.

The contest is now an annual event that millions tune in to watch every year on Independence Day. Sonya "The Black Widow" Thomas, also a three-time champion, is a +275 underdog.

In the men's division, Joey Chestnut, 33, took home his 10th title.

In the women's contest, Miki Sudo (MIHK'-ee SOO'-doh) won her fourth yellow mustard belt.

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At Nathan's this year, his tenth championship, with a whopping 72 hot dogs, a new record for the competition.

Needless to say, this prominent placement allowed me to find my way onto television plenty of times during ESPN's broadcast.

However, Thomas - who won in 2011, 2012 and 2014 before falling to Sudo in 2014 - still holds the women's record, at 45 franks.

Thousands of people — many wearing hot-dog-shaped hats — gathered on Coney Island's famed boardwalk for the contest.

Rovtar told NJ Advance Media last week that friends and colleagues expressed "a lot of disbelief" at her venture into competitive eating. He hasn't competed since 2009 due to a refusal to sign an exclusive deal with Major League Eating.

There's nothing more American than eating a hot dog on the Fourth of July. Chestnut ate 72 hot dogs for America and for freedom.

On the women's side, Sudo is back to defend her title.

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