Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

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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4.23.16

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This Week In Webclips

Albee goes hard, West Oz gets weird, and the world's best ride a Monsta

Radical Times in West Oz Quik’s latest crop of young guns tears West Oz apart in this clip. Big whips, spins, and punts are dished out with reckless abandon. Plus, you can see firsthand the consequences of all those airs as we watch Mikey Wright destroy his ankle.   In Between Giants While he’s not

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4.19.16

Features

Colin Don’t Quit

Shark-attack survivor Colin Cook's inspiring road back to the lineup

Although he originally hails from Rhode Island, there was a time when Colin Cook, 25, was living the dream on the North Shore. When he wasn’t in the water, he was either in the shaping bay cutting boards for himself or glassing boards for the likes of John Carper, Pyzel, and Eric Arakawa. But then,

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4.16.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

West Oz ramps, Fanning in 4K, Tanner on point, and more

Flight Amid an off day for the Margies’ Pro, conditions turned very, very on for the likes of event-winner Seabass, two Johns, and Jack Robinson. Big airs and tech grabs on display.   Tanner Hendrickson On Point Most of surfing’s upper echelon would agree that Maui’s Tanner Hendrickson is one of the underground stars of

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4.9.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Taj set to retire, Jeremy heads back to Réunion, Pulp Fiction rippin', and more

Radical Times in Réunion After suffering a slew of shark attacks, Reunion Island placed a ban on surfing some years back, effectively hitting pause for the island’s surf scene. Three years later, after implementing a string of safety measures, the island is once again open for surfers. In this clip, Réunion’s own Jeremy Flores takes us

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4.2.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Shane Dorian still kills it in small waves, Lee Wilson slays Keramas, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Shane Dorian’s Home Slice Is there anything Shane Dorian doesn’t do well? Apparently, being the ballsiest surfer alive—at 43 no less—isn’t enough, as Shane still kills it in small waves, too. He also kills his own food. Long story short, this clip will make you feel worse about yourself, yet slightly

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3.26.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Kai Barger's storm, Nat Young's El Niño, Mikey Wright's mullet and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Kai Barger, Korean Storm Kai Barger just may be the most underrated surfer in the game today. This edit, complete with diamonds from Jaws, massive whips, and a nasty slab, proves that Barger is the real deal and can hold his own against just about anything. Here’s hoping that he continues to drop

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3.23.16

Features

Owen Wright Returns To Lineup

"It felt like I was dropping into 10-foot Teahupoo."

Following the head injury that Owen Wright sustained last winter while surfing Pipeline, there’s been very little information on Wright’s recovery. The powerful goofyfoot has been sidelined from the tour and out of the lineup since the accident sent him to a Honolulu hospital for a lengthy stay and then back to Australia for a long

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3.19.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

A glimpse into life in the LBC, Brixton heads to El Salvador, and a touch of Mason Ho

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Sancho Goes West Benjamin Sanchis is always on the prowl, sniffing out throaty tubes in the most remote reefs in the world. In this episode of Where’s Sancho, he heads to West Africa with buddy Tim Boal, where the duo find an entire sea-full of open-ended and slabby barrels. Brixton in

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3.18.16

Features

Contaminated Water Plagues Rio

In lead-up to Olympics, concerns over water quality come to a boil

With the Summer Olympics set to take over Brazil in August of this year, issues surrounding water pollution along some of Rio’s beaches and waterways are being cast into the media spotlight. For years, surfers and beachgoers who frequent Rio’s gorgeous shorelines have complained of falling ill due to poor water quality. Prior to the

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