Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

1.20.15

Random Happenings

Backdoor Always Wins

This is what it looks like when you rupture your spleen

Torrey Meister had a rough weekend at Pipe when he took a beating so hard it tore through his spleen. Good news is that Torrey will be just fine. His spleen? Not so much.

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1.16.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Drones, twins, Brazilians, and Snapper Rocks, all under one URL

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Stu Gibsons Takes Flight The drone is taking over action sports photography. We think that’s a damn good thing. Fresh perspectives of age-old haunts breathe new life into surf cinema. Recently, veteran surf photog Stu Gibson dropped this little gem chronicling his travels in 2014. Scenics and surf action, all tightly packed

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1.15.15

Videos

Kaimana Jaquias In Bali

Late-season Bali bangers and Kaimana Jaquias on tap

With the island reaching surf saturation, the fall in Bali just may be new peak season.

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1.14.15

Features

Surfer vs. ISIS

Dean Parker joins the fight against ISIS in Syria

Not long ago, Dean Parker spent the bulk of his days soaked in the tropical warm-water peaks of Central America. At 49, the Florida native thought he’d carved out a small slice of paradise for himself as a surf instructor in Costa Rica. No wetsuits, no stress, plenty of waves—you know, the dream. One quiet

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12.31.14

Videos

North Shore x RVCA II

Highlights from RVCA's North Shore Season

In the sequel to their winter 2014 RVCAloha series, Jay Davies, Danny Fuller, Alex Knost, Beau Foster, Kalani David and the rest of team RVCA drop an eclectic highlight reel from the North Shore.

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12.31.14

Videos

French Getaway

Mick Fanning Tucks Into a Perfect French Sandbar

While the rest of the surfing world was hyper focused on the North Shore, Mick Fanning made a quick getaway to France and scored a barreling right-hand sandbar to tighten up his tube game heading into Pipe. It was infinitely less crowded, far colder, and from the looks of it, a brilliant move.

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12.27.14

Features

This Week In Webclips

The best videos of the week, all in one place

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Mavericks Goes Hard  Sheer terror and lots of cold, angry water are on tap. The Winning Moment You watched it live (hopefully) but this moment marked a pivotal turning point in the history of professional surfing. A Brazilian world champion has been crowned. Medina In Review A look back at Gabby’s

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12.24.14

Features

A Sea of Plastic

New study estimates there are 270,000 tons of plastic on the ocean's surface

According to new research, there are an estimated 270,000 tons of plastic floating on the ocean’s surface, which are most likely broken into more than 5 trillion pieces. In comparison, in 2013, it was estimated that around three tons of trash were collected in beach cleanups in San Diego County. Long story short, there’s a lot

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12.22.14

Features

The Week In Webclips

The best videos of the week, all in one place

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Strange Rumblings In Iceland One of the most interesting and other-worldly clips from the best movie of the year, all for your viewing pleasure.   Product Placement At Its Finest: Jamie O’Brien takes you inside the tube on the North Shore with this POV clip. Plus, he skulls a Red Bull

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12.19.14

Features

Da Hui Sues the ASP

Controversy on the North Shore

On the day before the final day of competition at the last event of the Triple Crown, news broke that Da Hui had sued the ASP over their use of two-man heats at the Pipe Masters and a local judge has recently ruled in their favor. According to Honolulu county law, surf contests must have four-man

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