In January, Iceland's coastal water has an average low of 40 degrees – cold enough to cause hypothermia. Water that's just 7.5-degrees colder will knock a person unconscious after only 15 minutes. It's this same frigid, dangerous water that saved Heiðar Logi's life.
Logi is Iceland's first pro surfer. He was born there, in a pocket-sized village called Sandgerði on the Reykjanes peninsula of the island. Read More via RollingStone.