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Chestnut, Sudo defend titles at Nathan's Fourth of July hot dog contest

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By CAROLYN THOMPSON

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Wit so many US citizens struggling to feed their families, a display of gross excess consumption and greed is hardly something to be proud of.

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Third place to an Australian in the men's.

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Just watching that people swallowing like neanderthals, it takes away my desire to eat..

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Well done to Mayoi Ebihara of Tokyo!

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Kobayashi was again not invited as he competes for a different competitive eating federation. Yes, there is such a thing. Chestnut was always second best to him.

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Mr Kipling

Kobayashi was again not invited as he competes for a different competitive eating federation. Yes, there is such a thing. Chestnut was always second best to him.

Not entirely correct. Kobayashi lost to Chestnut a number of times when directly competing against him.

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Yeah, the contest is pretty disgusting. But, Nathan's hot dogs are great, especially smothered in sauerkraut. And, their fries are better than any fast food fries.

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This is nothing to be proud of. It's gluttony and disgusting. I figured that out a long time ago.

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LeoToday 02:57 am JST

This is nothing to be proud of. It's gluttony and disgusting. I figured that out a long time ago.

I, too, find it disgusting, but they aren't hurting anybody. Food goes to waste all of the time in every country. You could argue that unless they throw up, they are putting it to proper use!

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Absolutely Yuk!!!......what a disgusting, immature, contest. I can only imagine the intelligence level of any person taking part.

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