NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest (all times local):
The defending men’s championship winner wolfed down 72 dogs -- 12 more than the second-place finisher.
Five people were arrested yesterday while attempting to disrupt the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island, according to police. [ more › ]
Plus, all the food news to know today In grand American tradition, Nathan’s Famous held its annual Fourth of July hot dog eating contest yesterday, and competitive eater Joey Chestnut broke his own world record by downing 72 hot dogs...Show More Summary
As he so confidently predicted, ten-time defending champion Joey Chestnut took the 2017 Mustard Belt at this year's Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, scarfing a record 72 dogs and buns in ten minutes. [ more › ]
As part of an annual Fourth of July tradition, many viewers will watch Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest 2017 live streaming online or on television. Both the men’s and women’s fields will be presented through television or online feeds, with Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo looking to add another championship to their competitive-eating resumes. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Joey "Jaws" Chestnut gulped, chomped and powered his way to a 10th title on Tuesday, continuing his record-setting reign as the chowing champion at the annual Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest.
He’s apparently “among the greats” after winning his tenth Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest yesterday.
How many hot dogs can you eat in 10 minutes? The healthy answer is probably one. Or zero. But when you’re Joey Chestnut and you’re going for a record-breaking 10th Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest title, health isn’t on the top of your mind. “I was sweating like a mad dog,” he said (via the […]
The event constitutes the highlight of the competitive eating calendar.
What: This Fourth of July, three PETA supporters clad in American flag–printed swimwear will hand out free vegan hot dogs opposite the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest to... The post Sexy ‘Uncle Sams’ to Celebrate the Fourth With Veggie Dog Giveaway appeared first on PETA.
Contestants weighed in ahead of Nathan's Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest held annually in Coney Island. Joey Chestnut is the reigning male champion, eating 70 hot dogs and buns last year. (July 3)
The Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, held every Fourth of July at Coney Island in Brooklyn, is like the World Cup of competitive eating. Last year, American Joey Chestnut not only claimed the championship title for the ninth time, but...Show More Summary
The Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest has been defying the limits of the human body for over a century.
Ahead of Tuesday's Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, competitive eater Matt Stonie took a break from hot dog prep in favor of four massive, 4x4 In-N-Out burgers. In just 3 minutes, Stonie downs 16 cheese-draped patties with just a little help from a giant diet coke. Show More Summary
There should be no argument whether the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest is a sport or not.
Hot dog eating contest outta nowhere! We didn't know what they'd come up with next... @originalnathans #nathans #Hawkeyes #shenanigans https://t.co/M6vhik5g3c — Iowa Baseball (@UIBaseball) May 28, 2017 Shenanigans happen all the time in baseball dugouts, from Yoda dabbing to washing someone’s hair. Show More Summary
If Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest had a big data eating contest brother, IBM would be a serious contender for first place. Today the tech stalwart announced that it had come to an agreement to acquire Promontory Financial Group. To make sense of this deal, you have to avoid relegating Promontory into the small box of financial services. Show More Summary
Is that something to celebrate? Joey Chestnut's comeback year continues. A couple of months after the professional glutton reclaimed his title at the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, he's done the same at the Nugget World Rib-Eating Competition. Show More Summary
George Shea, the master of ceremonies for the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, held at Coney Island, on the Fourth of July, believes that there are two main reasons that more than two and a half million people tune in to watch the event on television each summer. Show More Summary