Sacramento eating challenges and contests category

Upcoming Sacramento eating contests
2019 Jul 4Hot Dog Eating Contest Fourth on the Field Sacramento, CA
2019 Jul 4Pie Eating Contest Fourth on the Field Sacramento, CA
$350 2019 Jul 28 Wing Eating Contest Sactown Wings Sacramento, CA
2019 Sep 14Hot Pepper Eating Contest The Pepper Festival Auburn, CA
Three random Sacramento eating challenges
24 in pizza Alaska-Size Pizza Neighbors Pizza Olivehurst, CA for 2 person teams
double BigAss burger The Whole Kit & Caboodle Pitch and Fiddle Sacramento, CA
1 lb. burger Big Ass Boxing Burger Boxing Donkey Irish Pub Roseville, CA includes 1/2 lb. bacon 1/4 lb. cheese, includes 1 lb. fries
(All Sacramento eating challenges and contests in database)

The Sacramento County Fair will hold a corn dog eating contest on May 25 awarding $500/$200/$100.
Molly Schuyler is expected to compete in an eating contest at the Yuba Sutter Taco Fest in Marysville, CA on April 27.
Chando's will hold a four pound burrito eating contest in Sacramento on April 4 awarding $250 to the winner.

Molly Schuyler defends California State Fair corn dogs

Results from Facebook Live video
1) Molly Schuyler 32
2) Dave Brunelli 20.75
3) Edward Chin 16.75
4) Sergio Reyes-Garcia 11.625

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The california state Fair will hold a corn dog eating contest in Sacramento on July 21 awarding $2500/$2000/$1000/$500/$100. A qualifier will take place on July 20.

Molly Schuyler defends Sacramento County Fair corn dogs

Prizewinners from last night’s corn dog eating contest at the Sacramento County Fair from Sergio Garcia Reyes:
1 Molly Schuyler – 27 ($500)
2 Edward Chin – 13 ($200)
3 Sergio Reyes Raya – 10 ($100)

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The Sacramento County Fair will hold a corn dog eating contest on May 26 awarding $500/$200/$100.
Denio's in Roseville, CA will hold a corn dog eating contest on March 24 awarding $200/$100/$50 to the top 3 finishers.
Fox40 reports that Hamdy Rounin took his own life after murdering his two daughters in West Sacramento. He reportedly won a hot wing eating contest two weeks earlier.
The Elk Grove Citizen has a report on the contest for local amateurs held during the World Pumpkin Pie-Eating Contest in Elk Grove, CA on October 8. In her first ever eating competition, Elk Grove Crime Prevention Officer Kristina Ramirez not only bested the amateur field with a total of 3.5 pounds, she also finished ahead of two ranked MLE eaters (Mary Bowers #47 & Alex Perez #50).

2017 Elk Grove Pumpkin Pie Contest

update Oct 16 Elk Grove Citizen has a report on the contest held for local amateurs. It was the first eating competition for victor Kristina Ramirez.

update Oct 11 Jon Davis video

update Oct 9 Videos: Elk Grove News | corralesderabago | Jeremy Flint | Doc Souza
ElkGroveNews.new article

Facebook Live video

Results from scoresheet

1st 15.75 Geoffrey Esper
2nd 9.5 Gideon Oji
3rd 9 Miki Sudo
4th 8 Steve Hendry
5th 6.875 Pablo Martinez
6th 4.5 Ryan Buicko
7th 4.25 Sergio Reyes-Raya
8th 3.75 Jon Davis
9th 3.5 Kristina Ramirez Elk Grove police department
10th 3.25 Dan Davis Laguna Creek High School football coach
11th 3 Rod Brewer Consumes CSD board president
12th 2.5 Mary “I Love ‘em HOT!” Bowers current MLE #47, finished behind 6 unranked eaters
13th 2 Alex “Moose” Perez current MLE #50, finished behind 6 unranked eaters
14th 1.75 Nick Flores Consumes Fire Dept
15th 1.5 Joel Steinberg

Picture of the entire contest field

Sam Barclay appeared on Good Day Sacramento this morning to promote the contest.

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Miki Sudo, Geoff Esper, Steve Hendry and Pablo Martinez are expected to compete in the Giant Pumpkin Festival World Pumpkin Pie-Eating Championship in Elk Grove, CA on October 8. updateMary Bowers, Alex Perez, Jon Davis, Sergio Reyes Raya and Joel Steinberg are also expected.

Molly Schuyler defends CA State Fair corn dogs with record 37

Milo's Corn Dog Eating Contest will take place at the California State Fair in Sacramento on July 22 and award $2500/$2000/$1000/$500/$100 to the top 5. A qualifier will be held on July 21.
Molly's Schuyler's victory in March at a corndog eating contest in Roseville, CA was one of the segments on a Japanese TV program that was televised yesterday.
Molly Schuyler ate 29 corn dogs with a damaged tooth to win the first prize of $500 at the Sacramento County Fair.
The Sacramento County Fair will hold a corn dog eating contest on May 27 awarding $500/$200/$100 on May 27.

2016 Elk Grove pumpkin pie

update Oct 2
Elk Grove Laguna News has an article
Contest video from Elk Grove News | Facebook

Full Results: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

Results are pounds over 8 minutes

1st 19.375 Joey “Jaws” Chestnut
2nd 16.6875 Carmen Cincotti
3rd 11 Miki Sudo
4th 8 Steve Hendry
5th 6.625 Pablo Martinez
6th 5.4375 Sergio Reyes-Raya
7th 3.5 Jon Davis
8th 3.25 Mary “I Love ‘em HOT!” Bowers
9th 3.125 “Coach Davis”
10th 2.9375 Doug “Cerebrus” Ecks
11th 2 “Coach Marty”

Molly Schuyler reports Joey Chestnut won today’s pumpkin pie eating contest in Elk Grove, CA with 19 pounds of pie.

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YourCSD.com has the field for the World Pumpkin Pie-Eating Championship in Elk Grove, CA on October 2: Joey Chestnut, Carmen Cincotti, Steve Hendry, Pablo Martinez, Mary Bowers, Alex Perez, Doug Ecks and Jon Davis.
Molly Schuyler ate 32 corn dogs in 8 minutes to win the first prize of $2500 in the Milo's Corn Dogs eating contest held at the California State Fair in Sacramento today.
The California State Fair in Sacramento will hold a qualifier for its corn dog eating contest tonight. The main event tomorrow will award $2500/$2000/$1000/$500/$100. Bob Shoudt will be competing.
The California State Fair in Sacramento will hold a corn dog eating contest on July 16 awarding $2500/$2000/$1000/$500/$100. A qualifier will take place on July 15.
The Sacramento County Fair will hold a corn dog eating contest on May 28 awarding prizes of $500/$200/$100.
Stephanie Wu announces that she ate 6.25 corn dogs in 4 minutes to win the first prize of $200 at Denio's Market in Roseville, CA today.
Denio's in Roseville, CA will hold a corn dog eating contest on March 26 awarding $350 ($200 to the winner)
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