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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In the wake of the Hutchings' death, the Grizzlies will hold its taco-centric night on Saturday, though they will not be holding any sort of competitive eating event.
Premiering Tuesday, the documentary comes two days before the annual Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest that brought Kobayashi to prominence in the competitive eating arena.
Competitive eating is one of the world's fastest-growing and most controversial 'sports', with super eaters munching their way through 10,000 calories in one go - at jaw-dropping speed.
Competitive eating is one of the world's fastest-growing and most controversial "sports", with super eaters munching their way through 10,000 calories in one go - at jaw-dropping speed.
BATTLE OF THE SUPER EATERS: 3000 CALORIES A MINUTE (C4, 9pm) On the surface, competitive eating sounds like a lot of fun.
Battle of the Super Eaters: 3000 Calories a Minute (Channel 4, 9pm-10pm) An insight into the world of competitive eating, following three of Britain's top eaters as they complete food challenges against the clock, battle against each other and strive for international fame and fortune.
Competitive eating is one of the world's fastest growing and most controversial 'sports', with super eaters munching their way through 10,000 calories in one go - at a jaw-dropping speed.
Competitive eating is one of the world's fastest growing and most controversial "sports", with super eaters munching their way through 10,000 calories in one go - at a jaw-dropping speed.
Competitive eating is one of the world's fastest-growing 'sports' (and we took issue with darts coming under this category?).
Battle Of The Super Eaters: 3,000 Calories A Minute C4, 9pm On the surface, competitive eating sounds like a lot of fun.
The managed business model helps adaptation to the dynamic and increasingly competitive eating and drinking out market in the UK.
Fan Martha Pleasant, of Franklin, New Jersey, said she was attending the competitive eating competition to support her husband, Dwight Pleasant, who "loves wieners."

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