Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

12.22.14

Features

The Week In Webclips

The best videos of the week, all in one place

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Strange Rumblings In Iceland One of the most interesting and other-worldly clips from the best movie of the year, all for your viewing pleasure.   Product Placement At Its Finest: Jamie O’Brien takes you inside the tube on the North Shore with this POV clip. Plus, he skulls a Red Bull […]

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12.19.14

Features

Da Hui Sues the ASP

Controversy on the North Shore

On the day before the final day of competition at the last event of the Triple Crown, news broke that Da Hui had sued the ASP over their use of two-man heats at the Pipe Masters and a local judge has recently ruled in their favor. According to Honolulu county law, surf contests must have four-man […]

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12.15.14

Random Happenings

“Gun It!”

Hawaiian Water Patrol's daring Pipeline rescue

In the realm of who’s on top in the world of water patrol, the Hawaiians have earned themselves a reputation for being among the world’s best. Recently, during one of the many massive sets that swept through Round 2 of the Pipe Masters, the water patrol completed a jaw-dropping rescue when they plucked Aritz Aranburu […]

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12.5.14

Features

The Qualifiers

Welcome to the World Tour

The final hurdle in the road to qualification was crossed today at Sunset Beach, introducing a wealth of new surfers onto the World Tour. Of the 10 surfers that will be stepping into surfing’s upper echelon, the drama tied to Dusty Payne’s Triple Crown journey is unparalleled. After returning to form this winter following a […]

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12.4.14

Features

The Last Mile

The boys on the bubble for 2015 World Tour

With Sunset hanging over Keanu Asing's head like the Sword of Damocles, his lifelong ambitions seem as if they’re only a well surfed wave away.

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11.27.14

Features

The Queens of Honolua

Carissa Moore wins the event, and Steph Gilmore claims the World Title

While most of the country was wading through the depths of Thanksgiving, the women’s World Tour was busy crowning a new world champion at Honolua in the form of Steph Gilmore and an event champion with Carissa Moore. Heading into the final day of competition on the Valley Isle, Steph Gilmore, Sally Fitzgibbons and Tyler […]

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11.22.14

Features

This Week In Webclips

The best videos of the week, all in one place

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Jaws From The Water While you’ve most likely seen footage of the Typhoon Nuri swell at Jaws, this latest edit—which was largely shot from the lineup—is frighteningly mesmerizing. And Dorian’s wave at the 3:52? Hot damn that’s some committed surfing. POV Shipsterns Ever want to surf Shipstern’s but lacked the fortitude to […]

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11.19.14

Features

On The Record

Mick Fanning talks World Titles, Slater's toes, and bunking with Medina

I don’t feel at all weird about staying in the same house as Gabriel during the event. I don't know how he feels about it, but I said that if it gets at all weird, I’ll head out and stay somewhere else.

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11.17.14

Features

In Slater News

Broken toes and new deals for Kelly Slater

A photo posted by Kerry Sraytah (@kellyslater) on Nov 11, 2014 at 11:23am PST Over the weekend, Kelly Slater dropped some news on social media. The first post, which pertains to Kelly’s broken toes, adds even more fuel to the World Title fire going into the Pipe Masters. “The good news…I’m gonna live,” Slater said […]

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11.15.14

Features

Dusty Payne Wins at Haleiwa

Fighting his way back from injury, Dusty Payne now leads the Vans Triple Crown

On a warm Hawaiian Saturday afternoon, with a strong breeze from the north whipping up the lineup at Haleiwa, one of the most exciting finals in the event’s history played out as Maui’s Dusty Payne claimed the first leg of the Vans Triple Crown, besting Julian Wilson, Jeremy Flores, and Adam Melling, respectively. The event, which kicked off just […]

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