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Molly Schuyler, taking a bite out of chicken wing, finished 200 wings to beat the wings record at Quaker Steak and Lube in Council Bluffs in October 2013.




Bellevue woman wins Wing Bowl 22 with a record 363 wings

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Three hundred and sixty three chicken wings.

That's the amount Bellevue's Molly Schuyler downed in 30 minutes today to bring home the win at Wing Bowl XXII in Philadelphia.

Schuyler beat all the other contenders -- all men, it's worth noting -- along with the reigning Wing Bowl champ, James "The Bear" McDonald.

The annual eating contest brings contenders from around the country, and contestants wear outrageous outfits to compete; Schuyler posted a photo of her risqué lingerie look on Facebook, though she donned a bandanna and a t-shirt for the actual eating contest.

Schuyler's win also broke the previous record of the most wings ever eaten during a Wing Bowl. That record, achieved in 2012 by competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi, was 337 wings.


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