United Kingdom eating challenges and contests category

SWLondoner has an interview with Shahina "Chilli Queen" Waseem, who hopes to extend her winning streak in spicy eating contests to 100 competitions.
The "Terminator Armageddon" breakfast challenge at Shepherds Place Farm in Doncaster, England consisting of 150 items containing 17,000 calories has been billed as Britain's biggest fry up.
Kyle "Kyle v Food" Gibson finished the 7kg Grand Thali challenge at Lily's Indian Vegetarian Cuisine, in Ashton-under-Lyne, England.
The US Sun has an interview of "UK Chilli Queen" Shahina Waseem, who bills herself as the world's number on chilli eater.
"Battle of the Super Eaters", a 2019 program from the British network Channel 4 starring Leah Shutkever, Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran and Kyle Gibson, can be viewed on youtube.
Max Stanford attempted two pancake tower challenges at Polo 24 Hour Bar in London.
BirminghamLive has an article about Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran being the first person to finish the breakfast challenge at the Picnic Basket in Marston Green, England.
The Daily Star has an article about Shahina "UK Chilli Queen" Waseem and her quest for 120 consecutive victories in spicy eating contests. She will compete at the Foodies Festivals to be held in England this summer.
The Good, The Bad, The Hungry, a 2019 ESPN documentary about the rivalry between Joey Chestnut and Takeru Kobayashi, will become available on Disney Plus UK on May 14.
Stoke Sentinel has an article about Leah Shutkever attempting the "Oatrageous" oatcake challenge at The Oatbakers in Longport, England.
"UK Chilli Queen" Shahina Waseem faced off against Jordan North in a pepper eating contest on today's episode of "Game of Talents" televised on the British network ITV.
Strongman competitor Robert Oberst ate 15,000 calories of sushi. While dining, he broke the restaurant booth. (video)
Mirror has an article about Kyle Gibson's latest video in which he attempts every starter, burger, main, side, wrap and dessert offered by Nando's restaurant chain.
Beard Meats Food was the mystery guest on this week's episode of the "Who Are You?" segment on the Chris Moyles Show on Radio X.
Eddie Du posted a video of a 1962 Chinese food eating contest held in England which required the participants to use chopsticks.
Reemul Balla writes in MyLondon that he was partially deaf for two days after eating a package of spicy ramen. The challenge was inspired by a Matt Stonie video in which he ate 15 packs of Samyang Korean Spicy Noodles.
GeorgianEra.Wordpress.com has curated several articles from 18th century newspapers describing giant meals. Here is a feast described in a 1732 issue of the Caledonia Mercury:
Joseph Barry mentioned in our last, besides the six pound weight of beef steaks, devoured a quarter loaf, drank two gallons of strong beer, and ate besides a pound of roast pork and two pounds of bread and cheese, between ten in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Daily Star has an article about the breakfast sandwich challenge at Big Dave's Cafe in Bromsgrove, England, which has defeated 74 of the 80 diners who have attempted it.
"The Big Eat", a documentary about the 2005 UK qualifier for Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest can be viewed on youtube.
Kyle Gibson (Kyle v Food) attempted to eat every sweet item available in Lidl's bakery section in under 20 minutes.

British Eating League awards

The British Eating League has started announcing its awards for 2020:
Best Australian Female Eater – Mimi Zhang
Best Turkish Male Eater – Yakup Balikci
Best Tiktok Eater – Raina Huang
Best Team Eaters – Nick Wehry and Miki Sudo

update December 22 awards
Best Australian male – Cal “Hulk Smash Food” Stubbs
Best Czech male – Radim Dvoracek
Best UK female – Leah Shutkever
Best Instgram eater – Jesse “Food Coma” Freeman

update December 23 awards
Facebook eater of the Year – Randy Santel
Best Online Team Eaters of the Year – Molly Schuyler & Dan Kennedy
Best UK Eater – Adam “Beard Meats Food” Moran
Best Youtube Eater – Matt Stonie
Hall of Fame – Randy Santel

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Beard Meats Food has produced a single and music video titled "Garlic Bread (I Think I am in Love). The song can be purchased from streaming services for 59p with proceeds going to the Stroke Association. The iTunes charts has the single currently in the top 40. update Leeds Live has an article about the song, which has hit the UK iTunes top 10.
Kyle Gibson of Kyle v Food attempted to eat the entire menu offered by Kentucky Fried Chicken of the UK in under one hour. The total cost of his meal was £80.
The British Eating League has produced a Meat Eating World Championship belt.
"A British competitive eater (Max Stanford) took down 141 of them in five minutes in 2020" is a clue in today's USA Today crossword.
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