Snails 'slug' it out in championship race

More than 200 snails race against each other in the annual World championships held in Norfolk, UK.

NORFOLK (Reuters) - More than 200 snails race against each other in the annual World championships held in Norfolk, UK.

The annual snail World Championship has been running since the 1960s.

The snails race to reach to the outer circle of a 13-inch (33cm) table.

So far, no snail has broken the record set in 1995, when Archie the snail finished the course in 2min 20sec.