This trio are at the top of their field and hoping to take on the rest of the world.
Adam Moran, Leah Shutkever and Kyle Gibson are the best of the best in one of the UK's fastest rising 'sports'.
But they don't take to the field or track – instead they are some of the best super eaters in Britain.
Devouring thousands of calories a second when they take on extreme eating challenges, they are now hoping to conquer America where super eating has a huge following.
But even here it is rising in popularity all the time.
With national, international and even Guinness World Records already behind them the trio really can scoff more than anyone else.
Channel 4 documentary Battle of the Super Eaters: 3,000 Calories a Minute takes a look at how they manage their incredible fod feats.
Former stockbroker Adam, from Leeds, gave up his lucrative job to pursue super eating full-time when he was crowned the Yorkshire Pudding Eating Champion.
Known to his fans as Beard Meats Food he is currently the UK's number one super eater.
Regular challenges have seen him devour 12 huge chicken butties in just 12 minutes and now he has set his sights on becoming a household name in America.
He recently finished fourth in a major eating tournament Stateside, where he managed to scoff 101 ham croquettes in just eight minutes.
Adam said: "No one can match my determination to be at the top."
But hot on his heels is Leah Shutkever from Birmingham.
Despite her thin frame and love of gym workouts, Leah is one of the country's top super eaters.
She can chomp her way through 12 Krispy Kreme donuts in less than a minute and is the world record holder for eating a Terry's Chocolate Orange, which she managed in just 65 seconds.
Leah has also managed 8lbs of chicken wings 10lbs of cereal, a 40oz burger and 100 Jaffa Cakes in under seven minutes.
The 29-year-old admits she has always had a big appetite.
She said: "I could always eat double my brother, I don't have that thing in me that tells me when I'm full."
Leah has struggled with her weight in thepast and admits she was bullied about her size when she was a teenager.
But it was when she started body building that she realised she could eat healthily, work hard in the gym and still enjoy her super eating challenges.
And she has another world record on her mind – fastes burrito eater.
Hearbreakingly, on her first attempt to beat the current record of 50 seconds Leah fails by just four seconds.
Undeterred she immediately tries again and smashes the record by eating the burrito in just 44 seconds.
Leah said: "Over 80 percent of competitive eating is psychological.
"My brain turns to mush when I'm doing a challenge. I don't smell, or taste, or hear."
Hot on the heels of Britain's best super eaters is 20-year-old Kyle Gibson from Sunderland.
He has managed to swallow 11 huge Belgian chocolate waffles in under nine minutes, which contain a massive 6,000 calories.
Kyle also chomps his way through a full English breakfast, a roast dinner, 11 sandwiches and two desserts to earn himself a place on the wall of fame in the Man V Roast pub in Leeds.
Like Leah, Kyle has battled weight problems in the past.
He said: "I was so overweight when I was 14 that I had a bad leg injury when my knees basically gave in and that's when my weight loss mentality kicked in."
Kyle now makes sure he remains super active, watches his diet and cuts down on his calories the day after a super eating challenge.
He's so confident he's charging up the ranks of Britain's super eaters that he agrees to take on Leah in a mammoth eating challenge.
The pair will have to scoff a metre long hotdog from Man V Food in London.
But this is no ordinary hotdog – it's stuffed full of nine sausages, a load of cheese, 2kg of sauce, jalapenos and onions.
While Kyle manages to demolish his in a respectable nine minutes, Leah shows him why she's one of the best by polishing off the entire thing in just six minutes.
But there's still one big battle to go – Leah v Adam.
The pair travel to North Carolina for Highway 55's Hamburger Eating Championships.
They will have to munch their way through a 55oz cheeseburger, which contains a whopping 5,000 calories.
Adam says: "I imagine it's what Team GB feels like in the Olympics, there's a sense of national accomplishment."
Leah adds: "We are representing our country."
It's a tense competition with the pair neck and neck for much of it.
But then Leah strides ahead, managing to eat the whole burger in just 2 minutes 34 seconds, while Adam finishes at 2 minutes 43 seconds.
All is not lost for the man known as Beard Meats Food.
He manages to finish third, and gets his first plaque, in the World Oyster Eating Championships in New Orleans.
Adam manages to eat 168 oysters in just eight minutes – the champ scoffed 528.
- Battle of the Super Eaters: 3,000 Calories a Minute is on Channel 4 at 9pm tonight.
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