Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

4.29.10

Industry News

Enter To WIN SPY'S UNRELEASED HiBALL SUNGLASSES! ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT!

Click here to enter. The color orange is symbolic of much of life itself; bold, fiery, unique and sometimes blinding, a color that ignited a group of active friends in Southern California to re-invent eyewear.  Their vision was orange and a single thought rang true: “it’s not seeing different things; it’s seeing the same things […]

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4.28.10

Features

Nightline's Take on Clay Marzo

ABC’s Nightline took a look into the life of Clay Marzo and how he’s dealt with having Asberger’s syndrome. In case you missed it live, you can see the whole segment below.

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4.28.10

Features

Round Three of Billabong Pro Brazil Completed

PRAIA DA VILA, Santa Catarina/Brazil (Wednesday, April 28, 2010) – The Billabong Pro Santa Catarina put in a marathon 20 heats of competition today as Round 3 and the opening four heats of Round 4 were completed in clean three-to-four foot (1 metre) waves at Praia da Vila. The third stop on the 2010 ASP […]

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4.27.10

Features

Episode Two of Kai Neville's Landscape Altered

A few weeks back we quipped that the first episode of Kai Neville’s Landscape Altered series (a cinematic attempt to nab $50K for the Kustom Airstrike) was the best way to spend 5:41 seconds of your day. Well, we found something a little more worth your time—and it runs for exactly 3:52 seconds. If it […]

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4.27.10

Features

Clay Marzo to be Featured on Nightline Tonight

After a recent profile in Rolling Stone, we just got wind that Clay Marzo will be featured on a supposed six-minute-long feature on Nightline tonight on ABC followed by a two-minute piece tomorrow with Diane Sawyer. Here’s a teaser.

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4.27.10

Features

ASP Grade 2 Oakley Pro Junior Brings Top Junior Talent To Trestles May 4-8, 2010

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., April 23, 2010 – The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) Grade 2 Oakley Pro Junior will bring the world’s top junior talent to Lower Trestles, Calif., May 4-8, 2010. Running in conjunction with the ASP 6-Star PRIME 6.0 Lowers Pro, the Oakley Pro Junior will see 32 men, 20 years and younger, […]

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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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