World’s slowest man taken off life support

James Dyson, the reigning world’s slowest man, passed away today at age 46 when he was taken off life support by his loved ones.“James has a lot of records from his athletic career,” said his mother, Sandra. “Slowest to run a 100m – never. Slowest to run a marathon – never. He has been in a coma since he was born. He was like tarred lightning.” Dyson condition worsened on Sunday from a massive stroke that caused blood to arrive to his brain too slowly. With his passing, the world’s slowest man title passes to Frenchman Pierre Lacroix, 44, who also hasn’t moved since birth.“I always knew that keeping Pierre on life support all these years would pay off,” said his father, Jean Luc. “He is an inspiration.”