We take a closer look at Australian lensman Ray Collins as he shares with us some of his favourite photographs
SURPRISE double winners Raoni Monteiro and Tyler Wright blow up on the final day of the O'Neill World Cup.
CREATIVE heat management in poor surf allowed a bumper number of waves to go down at the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing.
NELSCOTT from above as 40ft swell rocked the Big Wave World Tour and Kohl Christensen took a nerveless win.
LOOKING at the pancake North Shore you wouldn't know the Pacific could do this -- Nov 2nd -- never forgotten.
O'NEILL Women’s World Cup forced to call competition off for a third consecutive day with only one foot waves.
O'NEILL Women’s World Cup forced to call second lay day due to small one-to-two foot surf at Sunset beach, Oahu.
NEW swell pulse boots the North Shore back into life with Pipeline, Backdoor and Sunset all kicking into gear.
KICK-OFF for the O'Neill World Cup of Surfing sees overhead swells and tricky strong offshores filling the local sails