Mullaghmore, Ireland is cold, temperamental and heavy. Orientated perfectly into a southerly wind this spot works in the eye of the storm, offering a window of opportunity at the apex of ferocity unmatched in Europe.
Over the last decade it has gone from a little-known spot favoured by local hellmen to a world-renowned, media-frenzy wave. Andrew Cotton caught one of the best swells of the winter at Mullaghmore. It was wild, windy, and the waves were unbelievable.
Ferg Brings us some fun looking Rileys in episode 13 of his on-going series Growing
Full Screen it, grab a brew, stick your headphones on and put your feet up
Join the 11-time World Champ for a mind-blowing heli tour above the Teahupoo reef. Just don't expect him to share too many secrets this time
A round up of the first day of action at the Billabong Tahiti Pro