Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

6.25.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Mason hunts hurricanes, Shippies ain't bluffin', and the return of Taylor Steele

Mason Ho: Hurricane Huntah Last summer, Hawaii was dodging hurricanes left and right. Luckily, there weren’t any direct hits, but the storm did manifest some slabs and novelty waves across O’ahu for the likes of Mason Ho and friends.   Whatever Beach With Conner Coffin Last week, the talent behind Whatever Beach put together a

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6.22.16

Agents of Change

One More Wave

A fallen Navy SEAL stokes the fire of a surf-therapy nonprofit

Last month, tragic news broke that Charles Keating, a Navy SEAL based in Coronado, CA, was killed in combat by ISIS fighters in the city of Tel Asqof, Iraq. In the days following his passing, word surfaced that Keating, also known to his friends as Chuck Heavy, was not only a decorated warrior and a

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6.18.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Mason Ho's rock dance, Marlon Gerber in 4K, and Parker Coffin in Whatever Beach

72 Thick Hours Because 48 hours is too short and 96 is pushing it, Craig Anderson and Co. touched down for exactly three days of bulging barrels.   As Good As It Gets This edit, composed of one perfect line after another on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, was shot in a single day. As the title

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6.11.16

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This Week In Webclips

Cape Fear takes it too far, Taylor Knox travels to Ireland, Mason and Burger head to Costa, and more

Cape Fear Scared The Shit Out Of Me As someone who’s seen his fair share of sketchy lineups over the years (mostly from the safety of the channel or the comfort of an office chair), I’d like to think that I would have developed some sort of tolerance for watching people eat massive amounts of

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6.4.16

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This Week In Webclips

Noah Beschen's North Shore, Bobby Martinez in Whatever Beach, landlocked rippin', and more

Noah Beschen’s North Shore Is there a surfer on this great blue earth who epitomizes the life of a grom more than Noah Beschen? With the likes of Backdoor, Rockies, and a spattering of other world-renowned reefs at his disposal, Noah has grown into one of Hawaii’s best young surfers. Now, at 15 years old,

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5.28.16

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This Week In Webclips

Cloudbreak awakens, Mason Ho continues to stun, and The Wedge gets wide

Cloudbreak Explodes While Cloudbreak wasn’t quite as monstrous as we’ve seen it in the past, the famed Fijian lineup squared off with some of the hardest souls in surfing this past week. Although Aaron Gold narrowly survived a harrowing ordeal, thankfully no one else was injured during this day. Here’s hoping that the World Tour gets some

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5.22.16

Features

Aaron Gold Hospitalized in Fiji

Big-wave surfer revived after wipeout at Cloudbreak

It’s been reported that Hawaiian charger Aaron Gold narrowly escaped death today while surfing massive Cloudbreak. Gold, who put on one of the most fearless and inspiring performances in big-wave surfing this winter, reportedly fell on a bomb and was later found floating face down in the lineup. A Jet Ski apparently spotted Gold and whisked him

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5.21.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

License to chill, Matt Meola in The Color Purple, classic Dane, and more

Matt Meola, Fade to Purple There are so many good things to say about Matt Meola: He’ll sit behind the peak at Jaws and whip backflips at Ho’okipa without batting an eye, and, on occasion, kill an animal with an arrow. Lots of manly shit going on in his world. In this clip, Meola pays homage to Prince

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5.18.16

Features

The Exhibitionists

It Doesn't Not Work celebrates the fringes of surfboard design

It doesn’t not work…There’s never been a more beautiful way of describing our collective open-mindedness when it comes to surfboard design today. A decade ago, we were all clamoring to get on the same old sled: Three fins, 18-wide, throw in some rocker, and we were happy. But today, we’re embracing the craft as whole—warts,

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5.18.16

Agents of Change

The Altruist

Keanu Asing is committed to shaping the world for the better through surfing

Despite the hectic pace he keeps traveling the globe to compete on the World Tour, Honolulu’s Keanu Asing has been a shining example of how surfers can change lives. Whether he’s working with troubled teens in his hometown of Ewa Beach, teaching kids with cystic fibrosis to surf during the Bells event, or simply working

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