Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

10.26.10

Features

Tsunami Strikes Mentawais

According to multiple international news agencies a tsunami has struck the Mentawai Islands in Indonesia. The wave was spawned by a 7.5-magnitude earthquake that rattled the West Coast of Indonesia at approximately 9:42 pm yesterday. Both the Sydney Morning Herald and Australia’s ABC News are reporting that a group of Australian surfers onboard a pair […]

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10.23.10

Features

Shark Attack Claims Life of Bodyboarder in Santa Barbara

A 19-year-old bodyboarder was attacked and killed by a shark in Santa Barbara this morning. According to a report on CNN, Lucas McKaine Ransom of Romoland, California, was bitten in the left leg by a shark estimated to be “14 to 20 feet in length” while bodyboarding at Surf Beach near Vandenberg Air Force Base […]

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10.5.10

Features

The First ASP Chaplain: An Interview With Abe Andrews

Between the photographers, judges, writers, and surfers, the World Tour (WT) feels something like a traveling circus when it sets up shop across the world 10 times a year. And although we’re familiar with the rank and file that make the World Tour spin, we have to admit we did a double take when we […]

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9.26.10

Features

Scratching the Surface Hawaii Premiere

So we couldn’t get the real Julian Wilson. Big deal. We found someone else to attend the Hawaii premiere of Scratching the Surface. His hair was blonde, his shirt was pink, his attitude positive. The drinks had been flowing long enough that no one would notice. “Right this way, Mr. Wilson, welcome to your movie.” […]

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9.16.10

Features

Flynn Novak on Winning the Kustom Airstrike

After much deliberation, the verdict was finally delivered. Flynn Novak’s flip trumped Chippa Wilson’s Big-Spin to take the Kustom Aistrike title and the $50,000 that came with it. It was a big day for Flynn, to say the least, but we wanted to know just what a $50,000 air felt like, so we tracked him […]

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8.31.10

Features

Day One Video from Teahupoo

After a long wait, the Billabong Pro Tahiti came to life. The first round of the event was completed as well as six heats of Round 2. For the full breakdown and an insider’s perspective on the new system, check out Shea Lopez’s story. If you’re more of a visual person, here’s the day’s highlights […]

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8.27.10

Features

Parko’s Take

Joel Parkinson on Recovering, Kelly’s 10 Titles, and the Thinning of the ASP Recently sidelined by a nauseating laceration to his foot, Joel Parkinson has had ample time to consider things. From his home on the Gold Coast, with a pair of crutches and more stitches than we care to count, Parko’s had to watch […]

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8.24.10

Industry News

Primo Presents the Malibu Invitational Surf Contest

Honolulu, HI (August 24, 2010) — Of the thousands of surf breaks the world over, it’s hard to find one that can hold a candle to the historical impact that Malibu has had on the California surfing scene. Between Miki Dora, Gidget, the invasion of Hollywood, and holding the distinction of being one of the […]

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8.18.10

Features

Surfer Nominated for CNN Hero of the Year

CNN has nominated San Clemente’s Dana Cummings for their Hero of the Year awards. Cummings, who lost his leg in a car accident, founded AmpSurf in 2003, an organization that helps teach amputees how to surf. “We want to inspire them [the amputees] to move on and just be active and live full lives,” said […]

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8.16.10

Features

Let the Carnage Begin

Teahupoo doesn’t care if you’re a writer who struggles with backside tuberiding or a seasoned pro who has danced with the Tahitian tube for decades. If you make a mistake, she lets you know it—usually by beating your body senseless. And with the Air Tahiti Nui trials starting today, we thought we’d give you a […]

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