Competitive Eating

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An activity in which participants compete against each other to consume large quantities of food in a short time period. Contests typically last less than 15 minutes; the person consuming the most food is the winner
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Physical fitness is something that appears to be affecting how well the competitive eaters can perform in the competition, as Joey in particular struggled both during the roadblock, and during any times where he and Tim and to run from one location to the next.
Every Fourth of July, competitive eaters head to Coney Island in Brooklyn and stuff their faces to see how many hot dogs and buns they can consume.
Players can keep their candy clean by squishing roaches, as their team of competitive eaters earn points by chomping through sweets.
These issues are related primarily to the extreme, professional competitive eaters.
ON JULY 4TH, the nation's greatest competitive eaters gathered at Coney Island, new York, to participate in the annual Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest, the Super Bowl of "how many can you eat in 10 minutes" contests that have been the cornerstone of county fairs for the better part of a century.
Competitive eaters take themselves lightly in a serious way.
Nowadays, the Nathan's Famous event is aired live on ESPN and competitive eaters have invaded the media from the small screen (MTV's True Life: I'm a Competitive Eater) to the big screen (the documentary Zen and the Art of Competitive Eating).
If beating Kobayashi were what drove competitive eaters, there would be no sport.
Other top competitive eaters confirmed to participate are Dale "Mouth-of-the-South" Boone, the most colorful character in the last decade of competitive eating and actual descendant of the legendary Daniel Boone, and Rich "The Locust" LaFevre, the seventy-year-old competitive eating pioneer.
Joey Chestnut and Tim Janus: The 33-year-old and 41-year-old competitive eaters from San Jose, California and New York are no strangers to unique competition, as both are champions in their own right, with Joey even winning the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating contest 10 times.
com)-- Eric "Silo" Dahl and Molly Schuyler Competitive Eaters from Minnesota and Iowa to attempt the 36 inch Randy's Pizza Challenge at Randy's Premier Pizza in Oakdale on Wednesday evening Jan 16th at 7:30pm.

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