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He hungers for competition

May 3, 2004

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For a skinny kid, Jason Conti always has had an excellent appetite. But who knew the Belmont native would grow up to become one of the world's great competitive eaters? In 2002, Conti, who holds a degree from Johns Hopkins University, ate 168 oysters in 10 minutes to win the World Oyster Eating Championship. Currently ranked 17th in the world, ... (Full Article: 321 Words)

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