Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

5.19.11

Features

Billabong Pro Rio Day Three

Slater, Fanning, and Smith Falter in Round Three

Slater, Fanning, and Smith falter in Round Three.

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5.18.11

Features

Billabong Pro Rio Day Two

Hobgood, De Souza, and Parko Stay Alive in Round 2

Hobgood, De Souza, and Parko stay alive in Round 2.

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5.17.11

Features

Billabong Pro Rio Day One

Slater, Burrow, and Fanning Shine on the Opening Day in Brazil

Slater, Burrow, and Fanning shine on the opening day in Brazil.

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5.14.11

Features

Designated Driver

Despite Paralysis, Baptiste Gossein Finds Himself Back at Teahupoo

After losing the use of his legs, Baptiste Gossein finds himself back at Teahupoo.

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4.29.11

Blogs

Ask A Pro w/ Nathan Fletcher

How old is too old to start learning airs?—John Matias, Ventura, CA “You’re never too old. Michael Ho just started doing them and he’s 53. Just use the wind and stay above your board. To make it, start small. You’ll probably go through a stage of doing wheelie airs. Start small and ride away. What […]

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4.29.11

Blogs

Ask a Local

My friends and I video each other’s sessions and, a lot of the time when I think I’m ripping, I just end up looking like a kook. What do I do? —Tim Neeley, San Francisco, CA The short answer here is: stay the course. Pain, even in the form of watching yourself flail through a […]

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4.28.11

Blogs

Ask a Pro w/ Owen Wright

Why does Owen have a claw on all his boards? —Billy Higgins, Tampa, FL “When I was grom I had a cross on my boards and then a lot of guys started putting crosses on their boards as well. So I sat down with my shaper and the designer and they were like, ‘Here try […]

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4.28.11

Blogs

How to get a Water Shot w/ Sean Moody

First and foremost, the most important thing you can do to get a good water shot is to have a good relationship with the photographer. I’m not saying you guys have to hang out every day, but when you get in the water, you should be friends. That alone sort of sets the stage for […]

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4.28.11

Blogs

Ask a Local

I often see this bumper sticker around local surf spots. What does it mean? —Stanley Jenkins, Del Mar, CA In literal terms, a pop-out surfboard is one that is built in a mold where the shaper (or more likely, the factory worker) actually “pops the board out” of the template, hence the term. Strongly associated […]

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4.20.11

Blogs

How to Shape a Keel-Fin Gun w/ Christian Beamish

The keel-fin gun represents a convergence of various design influences, most significantly, from the work of Bob Simmons and Pat Curren. Having noted the speed and drive generated by a 6’2″ version of a “mini-Simmons” keel-fin I had shaped, it seemed likely that those solid characteristics would translate to the big-wave realm. As beautiful a […]

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