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Molly Schuyler Sets New World Record Eating 363 Wings

There’s always room for wings according to Molly Schuyler, a mother of four who recently broke the world record after consuming over 300 wings.

Schuyler, sporting a slender frame at 5’7″, surpassed the previously held wing record at the Wing Bowl 22 on Friday at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The Omaha, Nebraska native managed to eat 363 in over 30 minutes in three rounds.

Molly Schuyler Devours Over 300 WIngs in 30 Minutes - photo from Youtube

Molly Schuyler Devours Over 300 WIngs in 30 Minutes – photo from Youtube

Not only does the proud mom get to boast about her record holding title, she also went home with some hefty change in her pocket as she won the $22,000 prize along with a championship ring and gold medal. However, Molly Schuyler doesn’t plan to be frivolous with her winnings as she told Philly.com:

“I have car payments and kids, so it’s all good.”

Here is the breakdown on how the wing-eating champion managed to claim her new found title:

In the first round, Schuyler consumed 186 wings in 14 minutes and advanced to the second round. She then dominated the competition in the second and third round in which she added another 177 to her total wing count.

The previous record for most wings eaten was done by Takeru Kobayashi in 2012 who ate 337 chicken wings. While Ms. Schuyler might forever be known as the wing-eating champion of the world, she also holds the world record for eating a 72-ounce steak in less than three minutes. The mom attributes her eating abilities to exercise and healthy living.

Molly Schuyler Sets New World Record Eating 363 Wings.

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