Molly Schuyler is a 5-foot-7, 125 pound mother of four who just happens to be capable of devouring an inhuman amount of chicken wings.
Schuyler won Wing Bowl 22 on Friday, polishing off a staggering 363 wings over the course of 30 minutes and three rounds. The reward must have been worth the belly-ache though, as she left with the $22,000 top prize, which also included a championship ring and gold medal.
She demolished 186 wings in 14 minutes in the first round — 121 more than fellow competitor and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, who only managed to work his way through 65 wings.
Schuyler’s record replaced the previous mark of 337 set by renowned competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi in 2012.
In order to qualify for the competition, Schuyler scarfed down nine pounds of cottage cheese in 114 seconds. No stranger to eating a lot in a little, she also holds the world record for eating a 72-ounce steak in under three minutes.
Watch the mother and wing-eating champion set the record in the video below.
John Tortorella is behind the bench. Well, sort of.
Dmac (@Aprilwinerocks) February 01, 2014
I feel like "maybe we'll eventually trade him to Edmonton" is the new "frontloading deals" in the NHL.—
Barry Petchesky (@barryap1) January 31, 2014
Anthony Davis is blocking everything these days.