Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

8.29.13

Features

North Shore Gridlock

New proposal would remove parking at Laniakea

In response to the growing complaints from North Shore residents like Fred Patacchia, state transportation officials created a 19-member task force equipped with a $1.7 million dollar budget and 18 months of time to study the issue and provide recommendations. Their proposed solution? Remove parking altogether at Lanis.

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8.26.13

Design Forum

Just Press Print

Advancements in 3D printing could reshape the surfboard industry

The hype surrounding 3D printing has consumers and manufacturers buzzing. There have been discussions of printing everything from guns to steaks to entire buildings. NASA even funded the development of a 3D food printer to feed astronauts in space. Everyone wants a piece of the computer-generated pie. And surfers are no exception.

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8.23.13

Features

Coming Down

ISA strips gold medal from Mark Richardson for positive THC test

“The ISA has been conducting drug tests at every ISA World Championship since 1992. Since then, the ISA has conducted over 600 drug tests, including to all finalists at all our World Championships, and this is the first gold medalist who has tested positive." —ISA President Fernando Aguerre.

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8.20.13

Features

Summer of the Shark

Series of shark attacks hit Hawaii

A recent string of shark attacks in Hawaii has left many surfers concerned and bewildered.

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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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