Joey Chestnut Records List – All World Records by American Competitive Eater

Joey Chestnut Records List of all time with world record name, date, description, check all eating records set by the American competitive eater till date

Joey Chestnut Records List

Joey Chestnut Records List with world record name, date, description, check all world records by American competitive eater. Joseph Christian Chestnut, known as Joey Chestnut, was born on November 25, 1983, in Vallejo, California. Chestnut is best known for his impressive record in the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, held on the Fourth of July in Coney Island, New York.

Joey Chestnut gained fame after dethroning the six-time champion, Takeru Kobayashi, in 2007 by consuming a record-breaking 66 hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes. He has since dominated the competition, winning multiple titles and setting new world records. He is also the 2023 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest winner.

Joey Chestnut Records List

World Record Date Description
Chicken wings – Long Form 2007 182 wings in 30 minutes (Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on February 2, 2007) at the Wing Bowl
Krystal hamburgers 2007 103 Krystal Burgers in eight minutes (Chattanooga, Tennessee, on October 28, 2007) at the Krystal Square Off
Kolaches 2007 56 sausage and cheese kolaches in eight minutes (Houston, Texas, on September 14, 2007) at the Kolache Factory World Kolache Eating Championship
Pulled pork sandwiches 2007 45 sandwiches in ten minutes (Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on September 1, 2007) at the Myrtle Beach World BBQ Eating Championship
Steak 2008 Big Texan 72oz Steak 8:52
Funnel cake 2009 5.9 lb (2.7 kg) in ten minutes (Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia, on May 23, 2009) at the Kings Dominion World Funnel Cake Championship
Philly cheesesteak 2011 23 6″ Cheesesteaks in ten minutes (Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on May 21, 2011) at the World CheeseSteak Eating Championship @ Dorney Park
Pizza Hut P’Zones 2011 7.5 P’Zones in ten minutes (Spike Guys’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California, on June 4, 2011) at the Pizza Hut P’Zone Eating CHOW-lenge
Salt potatoes 2011 13 lb (5.9 kg) of salt potatoes (Baldwinsville, New York, on May 14, 2011) at the Salt Potato World Eating Championship
Taco Bell tacos 2011 53 soft beef tacos in ten minutes (San Juan, Puerto Rico, on July 29, 2011) at the Taco Bell Why Pay More Soft Taco Challenge
Corned beef sandwich 2012 20 sandwiches in ten minutes (Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, on March 17, 2012) at The 3rd Annual TooJay’s World Class Corned Beef Eating Championship
Tamales 2012 102 tamales in 12 minutes (Lewisville, Texas, on September 29, 2012) at the Western Days Festival World Tamale Eating Championship
Apple pie 2013 4.375 pies in eight minutes (Brunswick, Ohio, September 13, 2013) at Mapleside Farms World Apple Pie Eating Championship
Brain tacos 2013 54 tacos in eight minutes (Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 12, 2013) at The World Brain Eating Competition – Zombie Pub Crawl
Hard boiled eggs 2013 141 hard-boiled eggs in eight minutes (Radcliff, Kentucky, on October 5, 2013) at the Radcliff Fall Festival
Pastrami 2013 25 Katz’s Delicatessen half pastrami sandwiches in ten minutes (Manhattan, New York, on June 2, 2013) at the Katz’s Delicatessen World Pastrami Eating Championship
Pork ribs 2013 13.76 lb (6.24 kg) pork rib meat (John Ascuaga’s Nugget Casino in Sparks, Nevada, on August 28, 2013) at John Ascuaga’s Nugget World Rib Eating Championship during the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off Seen in episode of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible
Twinkies 2013 121 Twinkies in six minutes (Bally’s Casino Tunica in Tunica Resorts, Mississippi, on October 26, 2013) at The World Twinkie Eating Championship At Bally’s Casino – Tunica
Deep-fried asparagus 2014 12.8 lb (5.8 kg) of deep-fried asparagus in ten minutes (Stockton, California, April 26, 2014) at Stockton Asparagus Festival
Fish tacos 2014 30 tacos in five minutes (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on August 9, 2013) at Joey Chestnut vs. Joey’s All-Stars Fish Taco World Record Challenge Presented by Joey’s Seafood Restaurants
Gyoza 2014 384 gyoza in ten minutes (Los Angeles, California, on August 16, 2014) at The Day-Lee Foods World Gyoza Eating Championship
Pierogi 2014 165 pierogi in eight minutes (Horseshoe Casino Hammond in Hammond, Indiana, on October 8, 2014) at the Horseshoe World Pierogi-Eating Championship
Pulled pork sliders 2014 62 sliders in ten minutes (Atmore, Alabama, on March 28, 2014) at the Pork Slider Eating Contest at Wind Creek’s Throw Down
Turkey (whole) 2014 9.35 lb (4.24 kg) of whole turkey in ten minutes (Foxwoods Resort Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut, on November 22, 2014) at the Foxwoods World Turkey-Eating Championship
Gumbo 2015 15 bowls (1.875 gallons) in eight minutes (Larose, Louisiana, on November 7, 2015) at the World Record Gumbo Eating Championship
Boysenberry pie 2016 14.5 lb (6.6 kg) of pie in eight minutes (Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California, on March 19, 2016) at The Knott’s Boysenberry Festival World Pie Eating Contest
Burritos – Long Form 2016 14.5 burritos in ten minutes (Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, on May 28, 2016) at The Denver Outlaws World Burrito Eating Championship Presented by Illegal Pete’s
Gyros 2016 30 gyros in ten minutes (Houston, Texas, on May 15, 2016) at Niko Niko’s World Gyro Eating Championship
Meat pies 2016 23 meat pies in ten minutes (Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, on March 5, 2016) at The Silver Slipper World Meat Pie Eating Championship
Glazed doughnuts 2017 55 doughnuts in eight minutes (Santa Monica, California, on June 2, 2017) at The Salvation Army National Donut Day World Donut Eating Championship
Tacos – Traditional (three-inch tortilla) 2017 126 tacos in eight minutes (Prior Lake, Minnesota, on May 5, 2017) at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel World Taco Eating Championship
White Hut cheeseburgers 2017 52 Cheeseburgers in ten minutes (West Springfield, Massachusetts, on September 23, 2017) at The White Hut World Cheeseburg Eating Championship At The Big E
Hostess Donettes 2018 257 Hostess Donettes in 6 minutes (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 1, 2018) at The World Hostess Donettes Eating Championship
Ice cream sandwiches 2018 25.5 sandwiches in six minutes (Petco Park in San Diego, California, on June 3, 2018) at The Baked Bear World Ice-Cream Sandwich Eating Championship
Mutton sandwich 2018 81 mutton sandwiches in ten minutes (International Bar-B-Q Festival in Owensboro, Kentucky, on May 12, 2018) at The Owensboro International Bar-B-Q Festival World Mutton Sandwich-Eating Championship
San Pedro Fish Market shrimp 2018 7 lb (3.2 kg) of shrimp in eight minutes (San Pedro, California, on May 28, 2018) at The San Pedro Fish Market World Famous Shrimp Eating Championship presented by The Kings of Fi$h on the USS Iowa
Shrimp cocktail 2018 18 lb 9.6 oz (8.44 kg) of St. Elmo shrimp cocktail in eight minutes (Indianapolis, Indiana, on December 1, 2018) at The World Famous St. Elmo Shrimp Cocktail Eating Championship
Croquettes 2019 185 croquettes in ten minutes (Miami, Florida, on March 10, 2019) at El Croquetazo at Calle Ocho Music Festival presented by Catalina
Pepperoni rolls 2019 43 pepperoni rolls in ten minutes (Fairmont, West Virginia, on May 25, 2019) at The West Virginia Three Rivers Festival Pepperoni Roll Eating World Championship
Canteen sandwiches 2019 28.5 Canteen sandwiches in ten minutes (Canteen Lunch in the Alley in Ottumwa, Iowa, on June 1, 2019) at The 2019 World Championship Canteen Sandwich Eating Contest
Pizza (2-foot slices) 2019 6.5 slices in ten minutes (Metairie, Louisiana, on August 25, 2019) at The 2019 Fat Boy’s Pizza Eating Championship
Pork roll sandwiches (4 oz [110 g]) 2019 61.5 sandwiches in ten minutes (Trenton, New Jersey, on September 21, 2019) at River Fest Featuring the Trenton Thunder World Famous Case’s Pork Roll Eating Championship
Carnitas tacos 2019 82 tacos in eight minutes (Pacific Park in Santa Monica, California, on October 4, 2019) at The 2019 Pacific Park World Taco Eating Championship
Poutine 2019 28 lb (13 kg) of poutine in ten minutes (Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on October 19, 2019) at the 10th Annual Smoke’s Poutinerie World Poutine Eating Championship
Grilled cheese sandwich 2019 47 sandwiches in ten minutes (Thomas & Mack Center in Port Charlotte, Florida, on June 10, 2019) at the World Grilled Cheese Eating Contest – World record currently held by Ali Waters (The Florida State Champion)
Big Macs 2020 32 Big Macs in 38 minutes 15 seconds on March 5, 2020
Red Beans and Rice 2020 39.5 bowls (24 lbs and 11 ounces or ~36,268 calories) in eight minutes in the city of New Orleans for the Blue Runner Red Beans and Rice Major League Eating Contest
Hot dogs 2021 76 Nathan’s hot dogs and buns (HDB) in 10 minutes (Coney Island, New York, on July 4, 2021) at the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest
Chicken Fingers 2022 44 Raising Cane’s chicken fingers in 5 minutes (Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 27, 2022)
Popcorn (24 ounces) 2022 32 servings in 8 minutes (Victory Field in Indianapolis, Indiana, on August 22, 2022) at an Indianapolis Indians game

Over the years, Joey Chestnut has continued to outperform his competitors and establish his dominance in the competitive eating circuit. He holds numerous records in various food challenges, including eating asparagus, chicken wings, matzah balls, and many others. Apart from his success in competitive eating, Joey Chestnut has also appeared in various television shows, including “Man v. Food” and “The Today Show.” He has become a popular figure in the world of competitive eating and has garnered a significant following.

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Male Contestants

  • Joey Chestnut
  • Geoffrey Esper
  • Nick Wehry
  • Darron Breedon
  • Gideon Oji
  • James Webb

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Female Contestants

  • Miki Sudo
  • Michelle Lesco
  • Sarah Rodriguez
  • Larell Marie Mele
  • Katie Perryman
  • Sophia DeVita-Gutierrez

2023 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Winners

Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo defended their titles, but the spectacle was less about the victors, and more about the journey, which this year included torrential rain. The men’s event began and order was quickly restored, with the defending champion and overwhelming favorite, Joey Chestnut, easily defending his title by eating 62 hot dogs.

The women’s contest was expected to be a runaway victory for the defending champion, Miki Sudo. She did prevail, eating 39.5 hot dogs in 10 minutes, only six more than her closest competitor, Mayoi Ebihara, in a closer finish than expected.

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