Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

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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8.5.10

Features

Malia Manuel Dissects Huntington Beach

Malia Manuel is no stranger to Huntington Beach. In the past three years the 16-year-old from Hawaii has found grace among the shifting peaks of the California landmark more often than not–winning the US Open two years ago and the Pro Junior last year. Keeping in stride with her fruitful relationship with Huntington, this year […]

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7.16.10

Environmental News

Laird Hamilton Urges President Obama to Reinstate Off Shore Drilling Moratorium

In a recent online video posted by the Surfrider Foundation, Laird Hamilton is urging the Obama Administration to reinstate a federal moratorium on off shore oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. In the weeks following the spill, the administration issued a six-month hold on drilling in the Gulf, hoping to prevent another explosion and […]

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7.6.10

Environmental News

The Lost Coast: BP Oil Spill Changes Life for a Small Louisiana Surf Community

However far-reaching and colorful the 21st-century tribe of surfers has become, the few that call the southern Louisiana coast home are an anomaly to say the least. At 42, Kent Hornbacker’s family has been living near the surrounding beachheads of Louisiana for generations. With a set of piercingly blue eyes and a soft-but-unique accent, Hornbacker […]

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6.28.10

Industry News

NSSA will present the “Mayor's Cup” in the return of it's Nationals to “Surf City

The NSSA Founders vision returns to it’s roots at the Huntington Beach Pier. In the National Scholastic Surfing Association’s(NSSA) return to Huntington Beach and it’s formative roots, the NSSA will inaugurate the “Mayor’s Cup” starting a new tradition in “Surf City”. The perpetual trophy with be housed annually in the Huntington Beach City Council Chambers […]

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6.24.10

Features

Julian Wilson Bests Nat Young at Sri Lankan Airlines Pro

Julian Wilson  has won the 6 star rated Association of Surfing Professionals SriLankan Airlines Pro  in flawless 4 to 6 feet surf on an epic final day. Wilson came into this event courtesy of a wild-card from the sponsor and throughout the event he dominated,  continually posting the day’s highest scoring rides and took a […]

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