Eating machine Molly Schuyler has done it again.
Schuyler, who took home the top prize of $22,000, is said to have pulled off "the greatest performance in Wing Bowl history," the news outlet wrote, "blowing past the all-time record of 337 wings."
Schuyler, who hails from Nebraska, has been making quite a name for herself in the competitive eating world.
Last year, she was named the "world's #1 ranked female independent competitive eater" by competitive eating organization All Pro Eating, according to a September media release. This announcement had come after Schuyler had won several competitive eating competitions in 2013, including a beef patty eating championship (she ate eight patties in 1 minute and 46 seconds) and a fried mushroom eating contest (she reportedly set a new national fried mushroom eating record after devouring a whopping 9 pounds of the cooked fungi in eight minutes).
Earlier this month, Schuyler also made headlines after she consumed a 72-ounce steak in less than three minutes -- touted as a possible new world record.
“Molly Schuyler has quickly become a Competitive Eating idol,” said Todd Greenwald, chairman of All Pro Eating, per the September release. “I have watched thousands of people chant her name as she enters the stage area and have witnessed firsthand the looks of utter disbelief when Molly’s food totals are announced... She breaks the common misconception of what a ‘Competitive Eater’ looks like and has proved that she not only can hang with the big boys, but can beat the big boys, at each event she participates in."
At the Wing Bowl finals Friday, Patrick Bertoletti, a champion competitive eater from Chicago, clinched second place after eating a total of 356 wings. Jamie “The Bear” McDonald, the winner of Wing Bowl 21, came in third with 304.
Watch Schuyler and Bertoletti in action in the video above.