Stonie came in third on Tuesday, with 48 franks and buns.
"I need to work on my condition so I don't sweat as much, because it slowed me down". "I know I can do better".
The total prize purse this year is $40,000 with the first place winners receiving $10,000 and the event is sanctioned by the professional eating outfit, Major League Eating.
Sudo has been the strongest performer in women's competitive eating since unseating Sonya "Black Widow" Thomas in 2014, and of course, was the defending champion going into Tuesday's competition.
Chestnut was a man of few words following his victory, but said he was feeling good despite the six dozen franks sitting in his tummy. "Carmen Cincotti enjoyed a breakout performance to come in second with 62".
On the men's side, reigning champion Joey "Jaws" Chestnut downed 72 dogs in 10 minutes.
Chestnut recaptured his crown in 2016 with 70 hotdogs - a new all-time record. Stonie, a 25-year-old Evergreen Valley High School alum, holds 15.
The contest will re-air on ESPN at 3 p.m. ET.
Tobin offers play-by-play of the 11th Annual KFDX Hot Dog eating contest at castaway cove as 10 contestants eat as many Sonic hot dogs as they can in eight minutes. Bother were able to scarf down over 25 of the desserts in just six minutes, but Joey Chestnut was able to wolf down the tie breaker sandwich in a much quicker fashion.