Jaw-dropping: Surfer fights off shark attack live on TV in S. African competition

By | 27th August 2017
Jaw-dropping: Surfer fights off shark attack live on TV in S. African competition

Courtesy of World Surf League (WSL): www.worldsurfleague.com

Professional Australian surfer Mick Fanning had a huge scare as his board was attacked by a shark during the 2015 World Surf League championship’s, at the Jeffreys Bay Open in South Africa, Sunday. READ MORE: http://www.rt.com/news/310225-shark-attack-surfer-champion/

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20 thoughts on “Jaw-dropping: Surfer fights off shark attack live on TV in S. African competition

  1. Globalst Trekker

    Surfing there where great whites migrate, intelligence is an issue isnt it. Dumb

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  2. Ratchanok Nawin

    Didn't the shark try again this year? .. sometime when animal attacks, they are saving a person agony in death. And when you are free from animal attack, God giving you a 2nd chance to live a better life. If not your end is near. 😇

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  3. Diana Pearce

    And not long after he got attacked by another shark jeez i never go in the water again if i were him.

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  4. Asmita Gurung

    Wtf is wrong with people they making a competition and casting while someone is getting attacked by a shark.

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  5. Finn the Human

    i never wouldv thought a ''professional'' channel such as RT would make a fake photoshopped thumbnail…

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  6. Lucy Johnson

    If your ever in that situation kick the shark in either it's eye. Nose or gills as these are there weak points

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  7. Curious

    Why don't we have a shark free zone by setting up large net(s) up to 200 feet or more so everyone can enjoy without fear?

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  8. stanbalo

    There should always be jetski patrol in these events just a precaution

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