New York-New York to Host Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, Saturday, April 22

New York-New York to Host Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, Saturday, April 22
 

Male and Female Winners Will Advance to Coney Island Event this July

Photo credit MGM Resorts International

 

WHAT:                
Competitive eaters from across the country are training their stomachs for New York-New York Hotel & Casino’s 20th annual qualifying event for the 101st Annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, New York.
 
The main event will take place Saturday, April 22 at 3 p.m. as trained male and female competitors gather at Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York to compete for the title “Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champion.” The two contest winners will advance to the July 4 finals in New York.
 

A special employee contest will begin at 1 p.m. followed by the service men and women contest at 2:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.

The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred every July 4 in Coney Island since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant. Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit, ensuring the contests are judged professionally and that safety standards are in place at each event.

 

WHEN: Saturday, April 22   

  • 1 p.m. – Employee Contest
  • 2:30 p.m. – Service Men and Women Contest              
  • 3 p.m. – MAIN EVENT
 
WHERE:  Brooklyn Bridge
New York-New York Hotel & Casino
3790 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
 
 
FOLLOW: @NYNYVegas
@eatingcontest
@NathansFamous
#RoadToConey  

Photo credit MGM Resorts International

New York-New York to Host Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Saturday, April 25

 

NEW YORK-NEW YORK TO HOST  NATHAN’S FAMOUS HOT DOG EATING CONTEST, SATURDAY, APRIL 25
Male and Female Winners Advance to Coney Island Event this July
             

 

WHAT:
Culinary sporting fans are invited to cheer on competitive eaters from across the region at New York-New York Hotel & Casino’s 18th annual qualifying event for the 100th Annual Nathan’s Famous Four of July Eating Contest in Coney Island, NY.

 

During the main event Saturday, April 25 at 2 p.m., trained male and female competitors from across the region will gather at the Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York to compete for the “Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champions” title. Winners of this culinary honor will represent Las Vegas in the July 4 finals.

 

A special employee contest will begin at noon followed by a “Heroes” competition for charity at 1:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.

 

The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred every July 4 in Coney Island since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant. Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit, ensuring the contests are judged professionally and that safety standards are in place at each event.  

 

WHEN:                       
Saturday, April 25                  
Noon – Employee Contest               
1:30 p.m. – Heroes Contest                           
2 p.m. – MAIN EVENT

 

WHERE:                   
Brooklyn Bridge
New York-New York Hotel & Casino
3790 Las Vegas Blvd., S.

 

FOLLOW:                
@NYNYVegas                      
@eatingcontest
#NathansFamous
#RoadToConey                      

Photos: Nevada Champions Crowned at Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest at New York-New York Hotel & Casino

Nevada Champions Crowned at
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest at
New York-New York Hotel & Casino

Metro takes back the title in local heroes competition

 

 

Champions were crowned today at New York-New York Hotel & Casino in the Nevada qualifying competition for the famed Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Contest held annually on July 4 in Coney Island, N.Y.

Pablo Martinez and Carlene LeFevre were named “Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champions” and have earned a spot to compete on the Coney Island stage on July 4. During the 10-minute competition, Martinez took top male honors, finishing 26 hot dogs while LeFevrewon the female division, eating 13 hot dogs.

“New York-New York Hotel & Casino has continuously been a great partner for us as they never fail to provide a dynamic destination for competitive eating and stands as the longest-running qualifier on the Nathan’s Famous qualifying circuit,” said Major League Eating President Richard Shea. “Nevada will bring great competitors to Coney Island on July 4.”

In the local heroes competition, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department defeated Nellis Air Force Base and the lovely women of FANTASY at Luxor by consuming 33 hot dogs and winning $1,000 for the Injured Police Officers Fund.

The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred each July 4 in Coney Island, N.Y. since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant.

Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit and ensures the contests are judged professionally and safety standards are upheld at each event.

 

Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest - Winners Pablo Martinez & Carlene LaFevre

Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest - Male Winner Pablo Martinez Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest - Team FANTASY Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest - Heroes Winners LVMPD Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest - Female Winner Carlene LeFevre Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest - Crowd

Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Returns to New York-New York Saturday, April 26

Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest Returns to  New York-New York Saturday, April 26

Male and Female Winners Advance to Coney Island Event this Summer

WHAT:
Competitive eaters from across the region are building their appetites and training their stomachs for New York-New York Hotel & Casino’s 17th annual qualifying event for the 99th Annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, N.Y.

The first stop on this year’s national qualifying tour route is Saturday, April 26 at 3 p.m. on New York-New York’s brand new Strip-side plaza. During the main event, male and female winners will be crowned “Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champions” earning the right to represent Las Vegas in the July 4 finals. A special employee contest along with a “Heroes” competition for charity will begin at 1 p.m.

In addition to Las Vegas, regional qualifying competitions will also take place in several cities around the U.S.

The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred every July 4 in Coney Island since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant.

Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit and ensures the contests are judged professionally and that safety standards are in place at each event.

WHEN: Saturday, April 26
1 p.m. – Employee Contest
2:30 p.m. – Heroes Contest (Military personnel and first responders)
3 p.m. – MAIN EVENT

ADMISSION:
Free and open to the public

WHERE: Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York
3790 Las Vegas Blvd S

FOLLOW:
@NYNYVegas
@eatingcontest
#NathansFamous
#RoadToConey

Champions Crowned at Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest at New York-New York Hotel & Casino

NEVADA CHAMPIONS CROWNED AT NATHAN’S FAMOUS HOT DOG EATING CONTEST AT NEW YORK-NEW YORK HOTEL & CASINO

Nellis Air Force Base victorious in local heroes competition

Hot Dog Contest

Champions were crowned today at New York-New York Hotel & Casino in the Nevada qualifying competition for the famed Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Contest held annually on July 4.

Jeff “The Beast Man” Butler and Miki Sudo were named Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champions. During the 10-minute competition, Butler ate 31 ½ hot dogs while Sudo took top female honors, finishing 40 hot dogs.

“This event proves that New York-New York Hotel & Casino remains a hot bed of competitive eating and a destination for top Major League Eaters from around the nation,” said Major League Eating Chairman George Shea. “Nevada will be well represented on July 4 at Coney Island.”

In the local heroes competition, Nellis Air Force Base defeated Clark County Fire Department by devouring 31 hot dogs and winning $1,000 for the Air Force Assistance Fund.

The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred each July 4 in Coney Island, N.Y. since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant.

Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit and ensures the contests are judged professionally and safety standards are upheld at each event.

New York-New York Hosts Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on April 20

Male and Female Winners Advance to Coney Island July 4

WHAT: It’s that time again for the region’s finest competitive eaters to tie on their bibs and get their appetites ready as New York-New York Hotel & Casino hosts its 16th annual qualifying event for the highly anticipated 98th Annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, N.Y.

The male and female winners of the 3 p.m. main event on Saturday, April 20 will be crowned “Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champions” and will earn the right to represent Las Vegas in the July 4th finals. A special employee contest along with a “Heroes” competition for charity will begin at 1 p.m.

In addition to Las Vegas, regional qualifying competitions also will take place in several cities around the U.S. and Canada.

The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred every July 4th in Coney Island since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant.

Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit and ensures the contests are judged professionally and that safety standards are in place at each event.

WHEN: Saturday, April 20
1 p.m. – Employee Contest
2:30 p.m. – Heroes Contest (Military personnel and first responders)
3:00 p.m. – MAIN EVENT

ADMISSION: Free and open to the public

WHERE: Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York
3790 Las Vegas Blvd S

FOLLOW: @NYNYVegas
@eatingcontest
#NathansFamous
#RoadToConey

New York-New York to Host Qualifier on April 28 for Annual Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest

New York-New York to Host Qualifier on April 28
for Annual Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest

Male and Female Winners Advance to Coney Island July 4

WHAT:  For the 15th straight year, the region’s finest competitive eaters will converge upon New York-New York Hotel & Casino for a chance to qualify for the highly anticipated 97th Annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest inConey Island,N.Y.

The male and female winners of the 3 p.m. main event on Saturday, April 28 will be crowned “Nevada Hot Dog Eating Champions” and will earn the right to represent Las Vegas in the July 4th finals.  A special employee contest along with a “Heroes” competition for charity will begin at 1 p.m.

In addition to Las Vegas, which is hosting the second Nathan’s Famous qualifier in 2012, regional qualifying competitions will also take place in several cities around theU.S. andCanada.

According to archives, the Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest has occurred every July 4th in Coney Island since 1916, the year Nathan Handwerker opened the legendary restaurant.

WHEN:           Saturday, April 28
1:00 p.m. –      Employee Contest

2:30 p.m. – Heroes Contest (Nellis AFB, Metro and Clark County Fire)

3:00 p.m. – MAIN EVENT

ADMISSION:  Free and open to the public

WHERE:        Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York
                        3790 Las Vegas Blvd S.

FOLLOW:
@NYNYVegas
@eatingcontest
#RoadToConey

Major League Eating, the governing body of all stomach-centric sports, sanctions the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Circuit and ensures the contests are judged professionally and that safety standards are in place at each event.