If you thought turtle racing was slow, you might want to grab a snack before you head out and watch a snail race. This slow sport involves two or more land snails racing on a circular track set at 13–14 inches. The annual World Snail Racing Championships were held in Congham, Norfolk in the 1960s. Many snail-racing events soon followed all over the world. In 2010, a snail named Sidney won the World Championship with a time of 3:41. Amazing!