Belgian eating challenges and contests category

Three random Belgium eating challenges
6 lb. sub 6 Pound Sub The Best Subs Known to Mankind Claremont, NH
big burger B44 Challenge - pair Robbie's Smokehouse & Burger Bar Kahnawake, QC, Canada includes fries and coleslaw
5 lb. spicy burrito El Criminial Mission Burritos Oxford, England, UK Oxford, Reading, Bristol, Birmingahm, Leicester & Bath locations
Julie Sephi and her boyfriend attempted the Toren van Balen burger tower challenge at Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium.
Julie Sephi, probably the top female food challenger in continental Europe, attempted to break Randy Santel's time for the Rocky Mountain burger challenge at Route 46 American Resto in Oudenaaarde, Belgium. (video)
Julie Sephi set the record for the Cruiseschip sandwich challenge at Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium (video).
Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium will hold a Balense Reus burger eating contest on November 25, 2017 awarding €4000/€2000/€500/€250/€250/€250 (1 Euro = $1.12). Entrants will need to qualify which can be done on November 24, 2017.
Richard Shea reports that he was in Brussels, Belgium this morning, but was able to leave the country for Paris.
GVA.be has an article about Damianos "Crossfeater" Iosifidis finishing the Balense Reus burger challenge at Broodjeshoek to claim the prize of 275 euros. (via Randy Santel) (video)
Anne Bermans announces she set the women's record (27:30) for the Balense Reus burger challenge at Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium.
Flashback November 2013: Joey Chestnut was the first person to finish the Balense reus burger challenge at Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium and won a prize of 785 Euros (picture).
Randy Santel attempted the Balense reus burger challenge at Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium yesterday. He is not the first American to attempt the challenge, Joey Chestnut was the first person to complete the challenge last month, winning the jackpot of 785 euros ($1080) (he donated 350 euros ($480) to charity). (video | article 1 | article 2)
Broodjeshoek in Balen, Belgium will award 750 euros ($1035) to the first person to finish two of its challenge burgers in under 40 minutes. The prize will increase 50 euros with each failed attempt. (translated)