Americans connect the periodic Fourth of July holiday to multitudinous spectacular millions including fireworks, pool parties, backfires, county expositions, and feasts. No nationalistic exertion may be more zany than the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, which has handed eye- catching entertainment to the millions for decades. Get set for this time’s fests with some fun data.
When is the 2023 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest? How can I watch?
Multiple events will be held on July 4th. The women’s competition will stream on the ESPN app at 1045a.m. ET. The men’s competition will protest off at noon ET on ESPN2 and aqueduct on the ESPN app.
Where is the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest held each time?
The Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest generally takes place outside the original Nathan’s position in Coney Island near Brooklyn, New York. In 2020, Nathan’s had to resolve from tradition briefly and hold the contest in a private position with no suckers, due to the coronavirus epidemic.
What time did the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest start?
Though there is an communal legend that the original contest took place in 1916, the first functionary and recorded July 4th contest took place in 1972 at Coney Island.
What are the contest rules?
Major League Eating( MLE) has managed the event since 1997. presently, entrants have to be under contract by MLE to partake. In addition to formerly titleholders and special MLE companies, aspiring eaters can qualify for the event during other primary contests.
During the event, actors must eat as multitudinous Nathan’s Famous hot hounds in buns as they can within a 10 minute period. Each contender gets their own scorekeeper who notes the number of hot hounds eaten during the contest window.
A numerous other rules are taken into consideration
- Water and other beverages are permitted and help encourage the quick flux of exertion.
- Seasonings are allowed, but rivals generally pass on them.
- Partly eaten hot hounds count and hot hounds still being nibbled at the end of regulation can qualify( as long as they’re successfully swallowed).
- Penalty cards can be issued for messy eating and regurgitation.
- Unlooked-for death eat- offs will be put into play if there is a tie at the end of regulation.
What prizes do the winners get?
First place gets$ 10,000, alternate place gets$ 5,000, third place gets$ 2,500, fourth place gets$ 1,500, and fifth place gets$ 1,000. also, the top virile contender gets a mustard pusillanimous bedazzled belt and the top womanish contender gets a pink mustard bedazzled belt.
Who are notable contest contenders to keep an eye on?
Joey Chestnut is the top virile champion of all time, with 15 Nathan’s titles to his name. Chestnut holds a world record for eating 73 hot hounds in 10 beats. Chestnut will have a devoted camera feed on July 4th at 1235p.m. ET. Miki Sudo is the top womanish champion of all time, with 8 Nathan’s titles to her name. Sudo holds a world record for eating 6 hot hounds in one minute. There will be a devoted Sudo camera feed on July 4th starting at 11a.m. ET on ESPN3.
How can you further visualize the favors of these winners?
Per Nathan’s website,” If you laid out all of the hot hounds that past titleholders( since 1972) have eaten end to end, they would stretch around a baseball diamond2.175 times!”
How long has ESPN been combined with the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest?
ESPN platforms have vented the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest since 2004. In 2022, ESPN signed a new deal with the International Federation of Competitive Eating( IFOCE) to continue the broadcast cooperation through 2029.