A South African motorcyclist stopped in the middle of an endurance race to rescue a calf drowning in a canal.
On October 23, 2011, Johan Gray was racing in the grueling Amageza Gauteng Qualifier, a preliminary race before the 14-day endurance trek that crosses South Africa. But he didn't think twice before stopping to rescue a calf who was being carried away in a canal.
It took Gray five attempts before he could finally hoist the calf out of the water. He then reunited it with its mother and the rest of the herd.
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