World's top competitive eaters attend training camp in Canada to hone eating skills

Have you ever wondered who those people are that partake in eating competitions on television? In this documentary we visit Camp Odoon, the world’s number one training facility for those who consider themselves to be “food athletes.”
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Have you ever wondered who those people are that partake in eating competitions on television? Or how they become competitive eaters in the first place? In this documentary we visit Camp Odoon, the world's number one training facility for those who consider themselves to be "food athletes."

We're just so lucky to live in a world where we can competitively eat.- Benny Shetz, Camp Odoon Director

"We have all types of eaters coming here," says Camp Director Benny Shetz, "Chilli people, hotdog guys, the Chicken Wing Champ and even the two-time World Watermelon Woman."

Listen to the audio to learn about how much work goes into becoming competitive eater.


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