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Competitive Eaters Gear Up for Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York

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The Coney Island tradition started in 1916

Thousands will gather in Brooklyn to see who will win the competition.

Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest is back for its annual 4th of July competition in New York’s Coney Island.

Last year, competitive eater Joey Chestnut from San Jose, California, took home the title after setting a new record for the competition by eating 70 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes, according to Major League Eating. (Chestnut’s all-time world record is 73 Nathan’s famous hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes, which he set in a warmup for last year’s competition.)

Californians have dominated the contest in the past, but New Yorkers are ready to fight back.

One competitor, Yasir Salem, told The Wall Street Journal that he enlisted the help of a hypnotist to stay on top of his game, in addition to eating four-pound salads and drinking a gallon of water daily.

“The idea of vomiting is what I found out held me back,” Salem said, so he had a hypnotherapist create a program to help with the fear.

Nathan’s Famous will also donate 100,000 hot dogs to the Food Bank for New York City.

The competition will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4, at the Nathan’s Famous flagship location in Brooklyn, New York.

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Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.


Joey Chestnut OBLITERATES The ‘Competition,’ Sets New Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Record


Joey Chestnut is the Golden State Warriors of competitive eating. Chestnut destroyed the so-called “competition” at the 2018 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut devoured 74, SEVENTY-FOUR, hot dogs in 10 minutes. on Wednesday afternoon in Coney Island, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set a new world-record at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating his own world record of 72 from last year.

Originally, it was said that Chestnut inhaled 64 hot dogs, but contest officials said there was a counting error and he actually finished with 74. How do you miss 10 hot dogs? Apparently, they missed an entire plate of weiners that Chestnut ate. Chestnut finished with 74 hot dogs eaten, which is 29 more than the runner-up. ABSOLUTELY DOMINATING. “If I’m going to get up on stage to eat hot dogs,” Chestnut said, “I’m not going to do it to get third or fourth.”

The 34-year-old former construction manager turned full-time competitive eater obliterated the competition and won the $10,000 prize in the event’s 102nd year. Chestnut has won the contest three straight years, set world records in the past three years, and won the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in 11 of the last 12 events. Chestnut’s only loss came in 2015 to Matt Stonie. Chestnut prepared for the competitive eating competition by fasting and only living off of water with lemon, amino acids, and a few caramels.

Chestnut went a smidge bit over his daily recommended calories of 2,500.

Nutrition Data on Joey Chestnut’s record 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. pic.twitter.com/vsuhaHH0ah

&mdash Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) July 4, 2018

On the women’s side, American Miki Sudo is also dominating. She won her fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title. While, not putting on a Joey Chestnut-esque performance, it was tremendous that she ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.



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