Joey "Jaws" Chestnut wins his 16th Nathan's Famous Fourth of July hot dog eating contest by devouring 62 franks and buns in 10 minutes,

Miki Sudo defends her title in the women's contest, consuming 39 1/2 hot dogs and buns to secure her ninth Mustard Belt.

Stormy weather causes a two-hour delay in the competition, leaving Chestnut and other competitors uncertain if the event would proceed.

Chestnut expresses his emotional roller coaster ride due to the weather disruption and reflects on his longstanding dominance in the competition since 2015.

Sudo acknowledges being distracted by Ebihara during the early minutes of the competition but manages to regain her focus and secure victory.

Chestnut's performance falls short of his record-breaking 2021 tally of 76 hot dogs due to the weather interruption.

The event features an international field of competitive eaters from countries including England, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Brazil, and Australia.

Despite disappointment with her winning total, Sudo overcomes challenges and emerges as the victor, highlighting the intense competition and determination among the eaters.