Fans were in raptures when South African surfer Jordy Smith went airborne off Western Australia. He was s in North Point, when he took to the air while riding a wave and managed to execute an awesome 360 degree turn while he remained in the air. This incredible achievement is even more spectacular when you consider his 6 foot 2 inches height, which increases the difficulty of the turn.
This perfect turn has turned the spotlight back onto surfing, after the recent impact of possible shark attacks during the J-Bay Open 2015 when Mick Fanning was rescued after a shark appeared during the finals.
Smith, currently ranked number 22 on the Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour is about to head off to Tahiti to compete in the Billabong Pro contest.
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