Joey Chestnut has done it again, winning his 13th mustard belt in a record-setting hot dog eating contest.
The 2020 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest took place in an indoor arena for the first time in its history as the event adjusted for social distancing guidelines amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Chestnut won the annual Fourth of July contest by consuming 75 hot dogs in ten minutes, a world record, while also eclipsing his career 1,000 hot dog mark. He broke the previous record of 74 hot dogs, which he set in 2018.
On the women's side, Miki Sudo ate 48.5 hot dogs and buns, which not only beat her own personal record, but set a new world record in the women's division of this competition. This earned her her seventh title, putting her second only to Chestnut's 13.