Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

4.27.10

Industry News

ASP WQS 6-Star Prime 6.0 Lowers Pro Returns To Trestles May 4-8, 2010 Oakley Pro Junior To Run Concurrently

ASP WQS 6-STAR PRIME 6.0 LOWERS PRO RETURNS TO TRESTLES MAY 4-8, 2010 Oakley Pro Junior to Run Concurrently SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., April 12, 2010 – For the second consecutive year, the 6.0 Lowers Pro returns to Trestles, San Clemente, Calif., May 4-8, as an Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) World Qualifying Series (WQS) 6-Star […]

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4.27.10

Features

Jumping the Shark

By Bernie Baker Jim Rawlinson, a five-decade-long shaper, master carpenter, and Kauai resident was out for his daily surf at Hanalei Bay last Monday when the water around him, in his own words, “broke like a boat wake.” The next thing he knew he was sliding backward, down his board and toward the jaws of a […]

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4.26.10

Features

Sweet Victory

By Matt Pruett “This was a surprise,” smiled Dare County kingpin and Outer Banks Boarding Company teamrider Noah Snyder as he surveyed the lineup at Kitty Hawk Bath House on Thursday, April 22. “The forecast called for knee-high, and it’s quite a bit better than that, with chest-high sets. And the weather couldn’t be better. […]

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4.26.10

Industry News

Bruce Jones Surfboards Announces Remake of Jackie Baxter Model

Bruce Jones Surfboards today announced that Jackie Baxter and Bruce Jones are remaking the Jackie Baxter Model, made to its original specifications, per boards that have been saved by Bruce and Jackie, duplicated by Bruce who shaped them in the late sixties for Vardeman Surfboards in Huntington Beach, California. They will be fiberglassed at Waterman’s […]

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4.26.10

Features

Shea Lopez Weighs in on the Billabong Pro Brazil

I’ve always enjoyed my trips to Brazil. The place has an energy like no other. Getting jacked up on acai bowls and guarana allows the body to catch up with the local pace. Only once your senses are fully operational can you really appreciate all that Brazil has to offer. In years past, the surfers on tour that […]

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4.26.10

Features

Stephanie Gilmore Claims Beachley Classic

Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 22, reigning and three-time ASP Women’s World Champion, remains on track for her fourth consecutive ASP Women’s World Title after defeating world no.2 Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), 19, to triumph in the Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic in Sydney, Australia today. In a thrilling climax to event no.4 of the 2010 ASP Women’s World […]

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4.25.10

Industry News

Upsets Abound at Day One of Billabong Pro Brazil

PRAIA DA VILA, Santa Catarina/Brazil (Saturday, April 24, 2010) – The opening round of the Billabong Pro Santa Catarina was completed today in pulsing two-to-three foot (1 metre) rights at lefts at Imbituba’s Praia da Vila. Event No. 3 of 10 on the 2010 ASP World Tour, the Billabong Pro Santa Catarina plays an important […]

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4.25.10

Features

Round Two of Billabong Pro Brazil Completed

The third stop on the 2010 ASP World Tour, the Billabong Pro Santa Catarina saw a routing of the rookie class in today’s elimination Round 2 as the top seeds enjoyed an impressive return to form. Taj Burrow (AUS), 31, current ASP World No. 1, recovered from a dismal Round 1 performance with a combination […]

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4.24.10

Features

The 2010 Billabong XXL Awards

A motley crew of the hardest-charging surfers of 2010 made their way to the Grove Theater in Anaheim, CA yesterday for the annual Billabong XXL Awards. Here’s a snippet of the action. Stay locked to Surfermag.com for the full story and gallery coming soon. FINAL RESULTS: BILLABONG XXL RIDE OF THE YEAR AWARD 1st: Grant […]

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4.23.10

Features

Catching Up with Luke Stedman

After a year off the World Tour, how does it feel to be back on tour full time again? Last year was one of the most difficult of my life. I went through several injuries that kept me out of the water for the best part of a year. It took me a lot longer […]

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