One year ago, Mick Fanning was counting his lucky stars.
The Australian surfer had just been on the end of a shark attack while in the water at the J-Bay Open, a competition that takes place in Jeffreys Bay, located on the eastern cape of South Africa.
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“Man, I’m happy to not even compete ever again. To walk away from that, I’m just so stoked,” Fanning said after the incident. Now he has courageously returned to the scene where it all happened.
Fanning competed at the 2016 J-Bay Open Wednesday, battling through an ankle injury picked up during a warmup last Friday. He had told Instagram followers …
Via: Mashable: Sports