Sound Rush, 36, guarantees to be surrounded by about 50 sharks in July during training for a solo race that ends later this month
The British swimmer told the Daily Mail that a one-day meeting took place at 00:00, 70 meters from the beach, where they decided to train at night. The sound of something touching his leg told the friend who had come with him, on a kayak, to light the water with a flashing light.
When he saw the animals, he said Britain was not intimidated and instead of running, he decided to take advantage of the “fantastic” experience, which lasted about 15 minutes, and decided to film it.
“When Ashley burned the water, we counted about 50 sharks. When I realized what it was, I let myself be. It was wonderful to see so many sharks in their habitat, healthy and functioning naturally. I felt privileged,” he told the Daily Mail.
Oli prepares to swim non-stop for 24 hours around the Isle of Wight. The goal is to raise 5,000 5,000, or about, 5,800, for environmental associations that collect plastic off the coast of the UK, according to a report by Notre Dame Ao Minuto.
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