Joey “Jaws” Chestnut broke another record on Wednesday – chomping down 74 hot dogs (and buns) in 10 minutes – his 11th Nathan’s July 4 hot dog eating contest on Coney Island in New York City to win. Miki Sudo won the women’s competition, eating 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Michelle Lesco second with 28 hot dogs, and Julia Lee came 25 hot dogs to the third meal. Announcer attributed to generally lower levels this quarter July high temperatures and humidity. At 91 degrees and sunny, the main Esser sweat profusely as chowed down. But the heat did not stop chestnut. He beat last year’s record of 72 hot dogs. The victory was not without drama, but. After a brief assessment dispute has been shown that Castagna had eaten a lot of hot dogs had indicated response with respect to the barrel. In Carmen Cincotti men came in second place to eat the administration of 64 hot dogs, while Darron Breeden third place with 43 hot dogs, runner-up Matt facelift “Megatoad” Stonie last year. Contest Hot Dog Eating Nathan, who takes on Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York, has become must-see TV for many families on July 4, more than 20,000 people, the competition will reveal watch and ESPN broadcasts the contest to eat live 1 million spectators. growing interest in the competition in recent years, thanks in large part to the rivalry between the star-eaters like Chestnut. Chestnut won the first Nathan Hot Dog Eating Contest in 2007, when he ate 66 hot dogs to set a new world record and defeated six-time champion Takeru “Tsunami” Kobayashi. He went every year until 2015 to win up when he was defeated by Stonie, Chestnut ate 62 hot dogs 60. In 2016, he won his title chestnut, eating 70 hot dogs. He won again in 2017, consuming 72 hot dogs and a new record for the competition. to win after his 2017 told Fox: “I’m definitely room for everything … I look forward to next year.” In 2017, ate 41 hot dogs Sudo to win the women’s division, beating closest rivals Lesco, 32 1/2 hot dogs and Sonya “The Black Widow” Thomas ate, ate 30 Chestnut and Sudo each have a first prize of $10,000 won. The rest of the $40,000 prize pool was up to sections of women and men in common among runners. George Shea, organized the competition since 1991, gave particular attention to the defending champion this year. Known pre-match for his unusual comments led chestnuts as “masters of today and always.” How Chestnut ahead in the competition this year attracted the crowd took its name on hand.