The Man in the Gray Suit
The support crew saw the fish near the swimmer, but did not point to it in order to avoid scaring the swimmer.
Some scholars believe shark is derived from the German title schurke, meaning villain, but The Man in the Gray Suit was coined by American surfer Ron Chamberlain of San Onofre State Beach in California.
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