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There are 20 male and 20 female contestants, including the defending champion, the winners of regional qualifiers, individual qualifiers and special invitees. The rule remains the same and simple - eat as many hot dogs and buns as you can in 10 minutes to be declared the winner.
In 2013, he set a world record by eating 69 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.
Craig admitted he has a long way to go before coming close to the world record held by American Joey Chestnut who last year consumed 69 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.
And that includes the recipes - everything except for the hot dogs and buns are homemade and come from family-inherited recipes.
Last year's Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest had initially ended in a tie, with Chestnut and Kobayashi both eating up 59 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.
Fitchburg's own, Jose Franco, bopped and wiggled down six quarter-pound hot dogs and buns in a little under 11 minutes, dipping his buns in water to help get them down, eyes bulging, tummy bigger at the end of the contest.
The current American record holder is Sonya Thomas, who downed 32 hot dogs and buns to come in third in 2004.
The rules of the contest are pretty simple - eat as many hot dogs and buns as you can in 10 minutes to be declared the winner.
Jason Schechter from the U.S., who are 14 hot dogs and buns, won the contest.
For 2012, five-time champion Joey "Jaws" Chestnut of San Jose, Calif., will defend his title, having won last year after eating 68 hot dogs and buns ("HDBs"), the top record ever.
Reigning champion Chestnut holds the men's hot dog eating world record with 68 hot dogs and buns, the equivalent of 21,000 calories, in 10 minutes.