- Apr 17, 2011
- Trent Mitchell
- Mick Fanning
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- Mick Fanning, who first rung the bell at Bells Beach as a wildcard in 2001, was the in-form surfer of the event, consistently notching the highest single-wave scores and heat totals from Round 1 onwards. However, White Lightning was unable to overtake his Gold Coast sparring-partner Joel Parkinson in the final.
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