Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

5.27.10

Industry News

Xcel's Cristian Merello Wins Quiksilver Big Wave Invitational in Chile

Break out the Pisco! Xcel’s Chilean charger Cristian Merello has won the Quiksilver Ceremonial Big Wave Invitational in 30′ Punta de Lobos, Chile. The goofy-foot Merello, 27, took advantage of the heavy lefts with patience and commitment, finding the biggest and best waves as sets built from the early morning and peaked in the 6-man […]

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5.27.10

Industry News

Olukai's 2010 Ho'olaule'a Recap Video

Olukai’s 2010 Ho’olaule’a seemed like a waterman’s dream. If you couldn’t be there, then take a gander at the video below. 2010 OluKai Ho’olaule’a – 4 Minute Recap from OluKai Premium Footwear on Vimeo.

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5.25.10

Features

The Kelly Slater Resolution

Apparently Kelly Slater has caught the eye of the US Congress as a resolution meant to honor him recently passed the House. Led by Hawaiian Congresswoman (D) Mazie Hirono and Florida’s (R) Bill Posey, the pair introduced a bipartisan resolution to honor Slater for his achievements in the sport. In all, 60 house members cosponsored […]

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5.25.10

Features

Landscape Altered Episode 4 Teaser

In episode four of Kai Neville’s Landscape Altered series, the boys go for broke and continue to up the ante. The full episode will drop on June 2, but for now, here’s a teaser. Landscape Altered Ep. 4 – Teaser from Kustom Airstrike on Vimeo.

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5.25.10

Industry News

Volcom Camps Out at Newport for VQS Event

You’ve got to hand it to the marketing/event department at Volcom, they refuse to scale anything back when they throw a VQS event. Keeping in stride with the theme-dominated antics that have become the face of the Totally Crustaceous Tour, the latest comp was centered around…wait for it…camping. Although we kind of hated camp in […]

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5.25.10

Features

Lowers Freesurfing Session

It was said to be one of the most technically progressive contests ever. But what went on between the heats and behind the scenes at the 6.0 Lowers Pro? Yes, there were a few mild bits of debauchery, but mostly it was the world’s best surfers tearing the living hell out of one of the […]

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5.24.10

Features

The New Breed: Groms Take Over Waikiki for the Town & Country Grom Fest

On any day of the year, at almost any moment in time, the small stretch of Honolulu beachfront known as Waikiki will reek havoc on your senses. Far from the calming scenes that sold Western tourists the image of a utopic, dreamy Polynesian paradise nearly 100 years ago, the modern version of Waikiki is a […]

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5.21.10

Industry News

180° South to Premiere at La Paloma Saturday

Chris Malloy’s film strikes so deeply into the heart of Patagonia’s wilderness we come to feel at home there. 180° South: Conquerors of the Useless, follows Jeff Johnson as he retraces the epic 1968 journey of his heroes Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins to Patagonia. Along the way he gets shipwrecked off Easter Island, surfs […]

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5.20.10

Industry News

Paddlers and Spectators Celebrate the Ocean at OluKai’s Ho’olaule’a

Paddlers and spectators celebrate the ocean at OluKai’s Ho’olaule’a In its second year, the OluKai Ho’olaule’a features strong tailwind for competitors and rich lineup of cultural activities for everyone in attendance. Maui, HI (May 19, 2010) –OluKai’s Ho’olaule’a, supporting the company’s ‘Ohana Giveback Program, returned to the Lae ‘Ula O Kai Canoe Club at Kanaha […]

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5.20.10

Industry News

Billabong's 4th Annual Design for Humanity

BILLABONG’S 4th ANNUAL “DESIGN FOR HUMANITY” Fashion, Art and Music Celebrates with headliner FISCHERSPOONER To Benefit “Invisible Children” At Paramount Studios in Hollywoo (Los Angeles, CA. April xx, 2010) Billabong’s 4th annual Design For Humanity benefit (www.designforhumanity.com), to be held on Thursday, June 10th, 2010, is heading to a new location set in the heart of […]

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