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    ANDRE ORTOLF, LUKE FRANKS

    What 11 TOTAL NUMBER Where

    UNITED KINGDOM (BEDGEBURY)

    When 13 NOVEMBER 2017

    The most hot dogs made in one minute is 11 and was achieved by Andre Ortolf (Germany) in Augsburg, Germany, on 30 September 2016. This record was equalled by Luke Franks (UK) on the set of CITV Scrambled!, in Bedgebury, UK, on 13 November 2017.

    Luke Franks is delighted to share this record with Andre Ortolf.

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    The World Record For Most Hot Dogs Eaten In 10 Minutes Has Been Smashed

    "I was feeling good today."

    The World Record For Most Hot Dogs Eaten In 10 Minutes Has Been Smashed

    "I murdered it."

    Image: ESPN

    The world record for most hot dogs eaten in 10 minutes has been smashed.

    Champion competitive eater Joey Chestnut bested his own record over at the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, winning his 11th career title in the process.

    Chestnut ate a whopping 74 hot dogs by the time it was all added up, topping his previous world record of 72.

    "Oh my god, I felt a vicious rhythm," he told ESPN afterwards.

    "74 hot dogs. Oh man, I murdered it...I was feeling good today."

    Him smashing hot dog after hot dog is a sight to behold.

    I mean, look at his face at the end.

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    Triple M's No Talk Day 2022: It Takes Courage To Talk About Mental Health

    Monday 4 July

    Monday 4 July 2022 is Triple M's No Talk Day. 

    On air all day, on all 43 Triple M Stations across Australia, there will be NO ADS, NO SHOWS, NO ANNOUNCERS, NO NEWS, and NO TRAFFIC. We aren't talking so you can.

    The aim of Triple M's No Talk Day is to help everyone to start a conversation about mental health - which takes courage. But it might also save a life.

    For this year's No Talk Day, we don't just want to create a space to talk about mental health, we want to help show how with practical tips on talking to the people who matter to you. Therefore, we brought together five men with varying experiences to talk about their mental health and the advice they have.

    Introducing, a No Talk Day first, 'Triple M's Courageous Talk':

    If you think someone close to you is doing it tough and want to help

    IT TAKES COURAGE...

    Every day in Australia, six men die by suicide. It's the leading cause of death for men aged 18-44.

    Sometimes men don't talk about what is affecting them, which is why on Triple M's No Talk Day, right across Australia, we're not talking. We want you to have that important conversation with the people who matter to you. It might be the most important chat you ever have.

    We know it’s not always easy to know what to say. Below, we've worked with our mates at  to give you some tips for approaching that difficult, but important, conversation.

    Have you noticed a mate, colleague or family member behaving differently? Do they not seem their usual self?

    Many people will be hesitant to start a conversation out of fear of causing offence or making things worse, not wanting to get involved or not being sure how to respond.

    You don’t need to have all the answers – just by being supportive and listening, you’re helping to make a difference.

    Start a conversation

    Think about the most appropriate time and place. Find somewhere private where the person will feel comfortable.

    Listen

    Remember that this is their story, so don’t try to guess how it plays out. Instead, listen and ask questions. Repeat back your understanding of what they've said to make sure you its accurate.

    Respond

    Appreciate that they opened up and shared their story with you. Think about what they need now and ask what you can do to help.

    Encourage action

    Discuss options for further support, such as speaking to another friend or family member, their GP, or Beyond Blue and agree on next steps.

    Check in

    Make a note to check in with them again in a few days.

    Crisis support

    If the person tells you that they are feeling suicidal or they are planning on taking their own life, contact Lifeline, emergency services or your local mental health crisis service.

    For more tips and information about having the conversation go to: https://www.beyondblue.org.au/the-facts/suicide-prevention/no-talk-day

    Have you noticed that you’re not yourself lately?

    Everyone feels sad, angry, or flat sometimes – these feelings are part of a healthy, full range of emotions, and are usually nothing to worry about.

    However, if you’ve been feeling sad, down, miserable, angry or overly worried most of the time for more than two weeks, you may be experiencing symptoms of depression or anxiety. Take the mind quiz to see how you’re travelling.

    Remember, if you or someone you know needs support, there is help available. To chat to a mental health professional contact Beyond Blue- 1300 22 4636For crisis support contact Lifeline - 13 11 14

    If you are doing it tough right now

    Here are some tools and tips for supporting your mental health during difficult times.1. It’s ok not to be ok ...

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    Source : www.triplem.com.au

    Most Hot Dogs Swallowed Whole In One Minute

    Travis Mizejewski set this world record with RecordSetter, a video network featuring the best in human achievement.

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    Amery, Wisconsin, United States / September 23, 2016

    Travis Mizejewski swallowed seven hot dogs whole in one minute.

    WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional speed eater. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.

    Tags: most, food, eating, speed eating, swallowing, hot dog, hotdog, swallow

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