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Rip Curl Pro 2012 – Photo Gallery

Over the Easter weekend, thousands descended on Victoria’s Bells Beach for Australia’s biggest surfing competition, the Rip Curl Pro. Veteran Mick Fanning took out the men’s title, and Sally Fitzgibbons smashed the women’s comp for the second year running.

Esteemed Vulture photographer and Man of the Year nominee Gregoire Zimmermann was there, and snapped these great pics of the sand, the surf and the sexy ladies.


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