Mick Fanning surfs the Eisbach River wave in Munich

Three-time world champion Mick Fanning went surfing at the Eisbach River, in Munich, Germany. The Australian surfer, who is set to compete at the Quiksilver Pro France, decided to visit Germany, enjoy the legendary local river wave, and taste a few beers during the iconic Oktoberfest. The Eisbach River wave is a one-meter standing wave that breaks in cold and 40-centimeter deep waters, close to a small bridge and near the Haus der Kunst art museum.

Three-time world champion Mick Fanning went surfing at the Eisbach River, in Munich, Germany. The Australian surfer, who is set to compete at the Quiksilver Pro France, decided to visit Germany, enjoy the legendary local river wave, and taste a few beers during the iconic Oktoberfest. The Eisbach River wave is a one-meter standing wave that breaks in cold and 40-centimeter deep waters, close to a small bridge and near the Haus der Kunst art museum.

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Mick Fanning surfs the Eisbach River wave in Munich

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