September 7, 2011 by USA Post
183 Wings, The tiny powerhouse eat, Sonya Thomas won the wing-eating contest in Buffalo National Buffalo Wing Festival in Buffalo, New York on Sunday.
Nicknamed the “Black Widow” for her male competitors ability to eat under the table, Thomas devoured 183 wings in 12 minutes.
Thomas, who hails from Alexandria, Virginia, is 5’5 “and weighs only 105 pounds.
That has dominated the competition circuit for many years to eat; having won several titles and has 38 world records. Thomas said her records 552 Acme oysters in 10 minutes, 11.4 kilos of lobster meat in 12 minutes and 65 boiled eggs in six minutes and 40 seconds among her favorites.
Thomas has maintained its position as the wing-eating champion, who also won the 2010 competition, by inhalation of 181 wings in 12 minutes.
Thomas says on her website that he has always had a “good appetite, an active metabolism, and a burning desire to win.” However, do not start eating until she saw the famous competitive eating Takeru Kobayashi eating 50 hot dogs in 2002.
In daily life, Thomas said he eats junk food recently. Your diet involves eating large meal a day consisting of mostly fruits and vegetables.
“I like a lot of healthy food – high in fruits, vegetables, rice, seafood and chicken fried -. Not too often enjoy sweets, but in moderation,” he said through her website.
Thomas said that on top of her physically demanding job as manager of Burger King, which makes two hours of cardio, five days a week to keep your metabolism “accelerated”.
She also says it takes eight to 12 hours of your body to digest food competition, which notes are the exception to your diet rather than the rule as participating in contests only once or twice a month.
The runner of the National Buffalo Wing Festival was Joey “Jaws” Chestnut ate 174 wings to be in 12 minutes.
Thomas won and 1,500 for first place, Chestnut won and 750 for the second and third place winner received 300.
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