Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

7.2.15

Photos

Three Days Of Perfection In Fiji

Tavarua goes on a 72-hour surf bender

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7.2.15

Videos

How To Surf Teahupoo

Cory Lopez takes you behind the Tahitian curtain

If there’s one thing we know, it’s that Cory Lopez is virtuoso in the tube. In this clip, which features Cory sliding his way through a wealth of Tahitian glass, we’re reminded of just how adept the Floridian is inside the barrel. Take note groms: this is how it’s done.

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7.1.15

Features

Shark Attacks Soar

The East Coast and South Africa have seen a dramatic spike in shark attacks

June has proven to be a brutal month for shark attacks the world over. On the East Coast, there have been seven reported shark attacks alone in North and South Carolina. In two of the attacks in North Carolina, which happened just over an hour and a half apart from each other, a young boy and

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6.30.15

Features

British Researchers Want Surfers to Give a Shit

A new study about ocean pollution asks surfers to provide rectal swabs

A group of U.K. researchers are conducting a study to examine the connection between surfers who are exposed to pollution at their home break and antibiotic-resistant bacteria. As part of their study…wait for it…researchers are requesting rectal swabs from a pool of 150 participants. The project, which is referred to as the “Beach Bum study”

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6.29.15

Features

Power Surfing

Hawaii is testing technology that turns surf into an energy source

Earlier this month, David Ige, the governor of Hawaii, signed into law legislation that would require the state to become 100-percent energy independent by 2045. To transition away from being the most fossil fuel-dependent state into a model of self-sufficiency, a handful of exciting ventures are taking form. Among the bold ideas proposed was a plan

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6.26.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

The Maui boys get nuts, J-Flo goes to NZ, and Zeke Lau parts the sea

CLIP OF THE WEEK: THE HABITAT The Maui boys—Albee Layer, Matt Meola, Tanner Hendrickson, Imai Devault, and Kai Barger—go absolutely ballistic in this edit. So much spinning! So much height! So much shredding! Jeremy Flores, Koa Rothman, and Dingo Morrison in New Zealand There’s so much to love about New Zealand. The sweeping vistas, the

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6.26.15

Videos

Who Is JOB 5.0: Episode 4

Water skiing Off The Wall, surfing Shark's Cove, and lots of road rash

Be prepared to cringe more than once when watching the latest episode from JOB and his cohorts. In this installment, Poopies gets towed into solid Off The Wall on water skis, then has an unfortunate rollerblading incident that leaves him bloody and possibly unable to have children. The crew also has a go at surfing

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6.26.15

Features

Dane Will Compete At J-Bay

Could this be the road to requalification?

The WSL dropped the good news that Dane Reynolds has the wildcard spot for J-Bay, and surf fans rejoiced. The contest, which starts on July 8, marks the third time Dane has been called up to compete on the World Tour as a wildcard this year. The other two events, Snapper and Fiji, saw Dane

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6.25.15

Videos

Liquid Aloha

Zeke Lau and Seth Moniz take to the sky in Honolulu

The month of May proved to be one of the best stretches of surf for Honolulu in recent memory. And while lineups throughout the city fired on all cylinders, Zeke Lau and Seth Moniz fired even harder. Zeke, who recently signed with Quik, and Seth, who’s one of the state’s rising stars, put on one

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6.21.15

Videos

The Bitter Cold

Peter Devries at home In Canada

Amid the pines, neoprene, and bitter cold that has come to define the Canadian surf scene stands Peter Devries. In this edit, set to the tune of Dinah Washington’s “This Bitter Earth” (reminiscent of the end credits to an episode of Mad Men) Pete lays down his usual brand of grace and poise amid the chilly

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