Nathans Hot Dog Eating Contest. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Here, the bar chart enumerates the records of hotdogs and buns consumption in Nathen’s hotdog eating contest over three decades in four different countries.
Overall, it can be seen that the US had higher contests among all other countries while Germany and Mexico were once to compete.
At a fleeting glance, Mexico and Germany had never been seen in the competition after 1983 and 1984, respectively, but the US gave tough competition to all. From the start of the competition (in 1980), the US had a record of below ten hotdog consumption, but over the years, it could be observed that the US was the best competitor to other countries, whereas in 2009, it had a record of 68 hotdogs consumed in 15 minutes and that contents help by the American Joey Chestnut.
Furthermore, it can be noticeable that Japan entered the competition in 1997 and it was the major competitor to all from 1997 to 2006, baring the year 1999. Moreover, Japan won six years continuously, and food consumption was recorded between 45 to 55.