Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

7.29.13

Features

Reunion Island Bans Surfing

In response to recent attacks, Reunion Island shuts down its lineups and plans to cull 90 sharks

In response to a surge in shark attacks, government officials in Reunion Island have banned surfing outside of the island's lagoons until October 1 of this year. Anyone caught surfing outside of the lagoon will face a $50 fine. Additionally, they plan to cull 90 sharks—45 tiger sharks and 45 bull sharks—from the island's waters to help combat the attacks.

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7.28.13

Features

Chaos at the U.S. Open

Riot police called to Huntington Beach to subdue unruly crowd

Following the conclusion of the US Open at Huntington Beach, riot police were called to the event to break up an unruly crowd that had gathered at PCH and Main Street. Bedlam appeared to ensue as the crowd tipped over numerous port-o-poties and ran amuck in the streets.

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7.23.13

Features

Radioactive Seas

Officials believe contaminated water leaked into ocean near damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors

Contaminated water from the Number 3 nuclear power reactor at Fukushima has been leaking into the ocean for the past two years.

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7.16.13

Instruction

How To Get Sponsored in 2013

The tough reality of becoming a professional surfer

With the industry in flux and team rosters cut to the bone, it's clear that the road to sponsorship has never been more difficult to traverse.

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7.15.13

Instruction

The Backside Snap

Nat Young breaks down his patented backside maneuver

While it may not be the flashiest of maneuvers, the backside snap is at the foundation of proper power surfing. Santa Cruz’s Nat Young, a man with one of strongest backside hacks in the game, unveils the inner workings of his patented turn.

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6.25.13

Features

Big Plans for the BWWT

New developments emerge following the ASP's recent purchase

Under the marriage with the ASP, Gary Linden envisions many new developments with the Big Wave World Tour, including the creation of new events.

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6.19.13

Features

J-Bay Goes Nuclear

Planned nuclear power facility near J-Bay sparks outrage among surfers

The proposed development of a nuclear power facility near Jeffrey’s Bay in South Africa has led to outrage among some surfers and members of the local community. Construction on the power plant, which has been hotly debated, is scheduled to begin as early as next year at Thyspunt, which is located 10 miles from J-Bay.

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6.13.13

Instruction

How To Get Shacked

Reef McIntosh breaks down backside barrel riding

Although the act of backhand barrel riding may appear simple, the reality is anything but. To the unknowing observer, a stellar tube requires nothing more than a well-timed stall, while in reality it takes a series of perfectly timed speed checks and pumps coupled with an innate understanding of the wave itself—a hell of a lot harder than it looks. Lucky for us, Pipeline aficionado Reef McIntosh took a few minutes to break down his approach to backside barrel riding.

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5.28.13

Contest Wire

T&C Surf’s Grom Contest

Annual event takes over Waikiki

In an era when stickers are plastered on the boards of 10-year-olds who can complete a roundhouse, holding an event that’s specifically geared to groms who aren’t competing in the NSSA is important to keeping the next generation of young surfers grounded.

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5.28.13

Instruction

The Perfect Frontside Gouge

Mick Fanning walks you through his patented arc

"You’ve gotta keep your chest open and your head up. I think that’s the number-one mistake most people make."

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