But it’s something Cape surfers have to continually push out of their minds. “I just saw a shark,” said Jordy 20 minutes into his sesh. “Couldn’t see how big, or what kind, but I’m going in.
Friday’s session was a typical Cape Town summer’s day: 30 degrees on the pearly white sand but only nine degrees in the frigid Atlantic water, thanks to the upwelling from the near gale-force SE wind that dominates most of summer.
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