Woman eats 37 hot dogs to win July 4 eating contest

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Joey Chestnut, the competitive eating titan, just clinched his eleventh win at Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest, which takes places every year on July 4 at Coney Island.

Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest is now considered one of the biggest and most famous competitive eating events in the world.

Who knew eating hot dogs could be an extreme sport?!

The second place was seated by Carmen Cincotti with 64 hot dogs, while Darron Breeden came third with 43 hot dogs.

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The initial tally incorrectly stated Chestnut only ate 64 franks, as the judges were unaware that the San Jose local was initially eating off of two plates.

The 2018 Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest is nearly here and that means thousands will gather at Nathan's Famous hot dog restaurant in Coney Island to witness one of the most popular competitive eating competitions in the world on Independence Day. Sudo and Chestnut took home $10,000 each.

Chestnut won his 11th Mustard Belt in a row.

The current reigning champion is Joey "Jaws" Chestnut, who past year devoured 72 hot dogs in under ten minutes, all-time record for the event.

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Judging errors cast widespread confusion over Joey "Jaws" Chestnut's record-setting 11th title at the annual Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of both bundles, and you can then watch the contest live on your computer via the Sling TV website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app. It's a odd way to set a world record, but it's a world record nevertheless.

This year's competition also featured New Orleans' Adrian "The Rabbit" Morgan, who is the seventh-ranked competitive eater worldwide. He set the record past year.

Through the first quarter of the contest, Chestnut was finishing his 18th hot dog and bun, caught in a tight race with several other competitors, including 2015 champion Matt Stonie.

Among the ladies, Miki Sudo walked away with the trophy after eating 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes.

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Kristina Rovtar was inspired watching her mother and sought to join her this year.