Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

4.23.10

Features

Heritage Takes Northeast Qualifier In Surf Shop Challenge

By Casey Butler The buoys predicted flatness, but at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, tiny waves were breaking on the beach just south of Casino Pier. One foot at 11 seconds. Light offshore winds. It actually looked like a typical summer morning in Seaside Heights, NJ. The waves were so small that Contest Director Darren Brilhart […]

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4.23.10

Industry News

Paddle Racing Returns to Historic Santa Monica Pier

“Santa Monica and the pier in particular have a rich history of paddleboarding and we’re thrilled to be bringing back that tradition and tapping into the growing popularity of stand up paddling,” said Pat Fraley, brand manager at Honolua Surf Co. which is presenting the event. “This will be a great day at the beach […]

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4.21.10

Features

Women's World Tour Heads Back to Australia for the Beachley Classic

What: Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic When: April 21-26 Where: Dee Why, Northern Beaches, New South Wales, Australia The Prize Purse: $110,000 ($10K more than the rest of the Tour events) After the World Champ’s back-to-back victories at the first two events of the 2010 Tour season, it seemed we were witnessing the Steph Gilmore Show […]

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4.20.10

Features

Billabong to Sponsor Brazilian Round of World Tour

According to a post on the ASP’s website, Billabong has made it official and will be sponsoring the Brazilian leg of the World Tour for the next seven years. “Aiming to promote, support and develop surf in Brazil, Billabong, one of the main representatives of surf culture, action sports and lifestyle, announces that for the […]

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4.20.10

Features

The Jersey Shore

Simply put, this is New Jersey looking damn good. Enjoy. Springtime In New Jersey from Carmen Vicari on Vimeo.

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4.15.10

Features

Carissa Moore Wins Taranaki Event, Donates Prize Money

The inevitable finally happened today when Carissa Moore won her first World Tour event at the TSB Womens Surf Festival in Taranaki, New Zealand with a pair of high 9s over Sally Fitzgibbons. Although pundits the world over expected Moore to win an event this year, what we didn’t see coming was her philanthropic donation […]

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4.15.10

Features

Union Express Live at Hurley.com this Saturday

Watch Timmy Curran’s new film “The Union Express” live on Hurley.com this Saturday, April 17th at 7pm PST. Along with a full showing of the highly anticipated film, Timmy will be performing songs from his new album “Verses.” Watch it live here: http://www.hurley.com/live/.

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4.15.10

Industry News

Xcel Pro Showdown at Supertubes Announces Invitees

The Xcel Pro Showdown at Supertubes has finalized an exciting invitee list, as the May 1st kick-off to the month-long waiting period approaches. Returning to Supertubes are last year’s finalists Ryan Payne (’09 champion); Warren Dean, Deon Lategan, and Stan Badger. A heat draw will be announced April 29th from Jeffreys Bay. “I’m super stoked […]

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4.15.10

Features

Jarrad Howse Blogs From CWC Scotland

It’s cold, it’s slabby, it’s very surfable. Welcome to Scotland and the O’Neill Coldwater Classic Series, the only comp where the winner gets a sword! In the video below, Jarrad Howse runs you through the ins and outs of the first day of competition.

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4.14.10

Contest Wire

Steph Gilmore Falters in New Zealand

Three-time women’s world champ Steph Gilmore fell at the hands of 15-year-old wildcard Sarah Mason in round three of the TSB Bank Women’s Surf Fest in New Zealand today. It was a huge upset for Gilmore and a coming-of-age moment for Mason. After watching the highlight reel from the trials, one thing is abundantly clear: Sarah […]

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