Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

5.28.16

Features

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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5.14.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

License to chill, sit-down tubes in Namibia, and the return of the Big Red Bird Board

The Big Red Bird Board While sidelined after suffering a serious neck injury, Daniel Jones had a bit of free time on his hands. Prior to hurting his neck, Daniel broke a family heirloom: his dad’s iconic Red Bird Board, dating back to the 1970s. To remedy the situation, Dan reshaped the board and put

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5.7.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Perfection in a pool, perfection in Namibia, a splash of Lee Wilson, and more

More From Kelly’s Pool It’s impossible to watch these clips from Kelly’s Wave Pool and not be left with the revelation that the sport is poised for a dramatic change in the coming years. It’s only a matter of time until the landlocked masses are baptized in surf and that kid from Des Moines who’s

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5.4.16

Industry News

For The Fun

Town & Country Grom Contest returns to Waikiki

For the past eight or so years, come the beginning of spring, I’ve casually made the trek from my apartment just outside of Diamond Head to Queens for the annual Town & Country Grom Contest. Needless to say, there are tougher assignments than hanging out at Queens on a perfect spring day, surrounded by an

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4.30.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Torrey Meister kicks into fifth gear, Yago Dora drips cool, and Tyler Larronde tackles El Niño

Here and Home Torrey Meister, who revived his career after winning the O’Neill Coldwater Classic (which yielded a sponsorship with the brand) continues to show the rest of the surfing world that he’s one of the most adaptive men in the game. In his seven-minute clip, Meister takes us inside the Big Island, to the

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4.27.16

Features

Massive Coral Bleaching in West Oz

Warm waters trigger severe damage to pristine reefs

A frightening new causality tied to climate change and the warm waters accompanied by El Niño has emerged as some reefs in Western Australia are showing significant signs of coral bleaching. Coral bleaching — when the algae that reside on healthy coral essentially die off, stripping the reef of its color — is common in

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