Found February 04, 2012 on Philly Sports Live:
PLAYERS: Takeru Kobayashi
On Friday February 3, 2012, The Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia Hosted the Annual Wing Eating event known as WIP Wing Bowl, This year was the 20th Anniversary of the Event & it brought out the Celebrities and 3 Big names in Competitive Eating to this event: 6 Time Hot Dog Champion Takeru Kobayashi, Wing

Kobayashi eats record 337 chicken wings

Renowned Japanese masticator Takeru Kobayashi polished off a record 337 chicken wings in 30 minutes Friday to be crowned champion of Wing Bowl 20. Kobayashi swallowed the competition in Philadelphia's annual wing-eating contest, beating out reigning three-time champion Jonathan "Super" Squibb by 66 wings. "I could probably eat another 100 wings or so," Kobayashi...

the700level: Takeru Kobayashi had 300 chicken wings for lunch...

the700level: Takeru Kobayashi had 300 chicken wings for lunch on Tuesday. Then he had dinner with us afterwards. Read about our dinner with the greatest eater in the world here.

On February 3 following his record-setting victory at...

On February 3 following his record-setting victory at SportsRadio 94WIP’s Wing Bowl 20, Takeru Kobayashi (2nd from L) presented Philabundance’s Marlo DelSordo (2nd from R) a check for $3,370.00 on behalf of Cherry Hill Imports representing $10.00 for every wing he ate in the annual contest earlier that morning.  Joining them are Cherry Hill Imports’ Jon Alessandri (L) and...

Kobayashi Wins Wing Bowl 20, Shatters Record

Takeru Kobayashi won Wing Bowl 20, eating 393 wings. That was over 80 more than the previous record.
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