Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

2.26.16

Features

Day of Days at Waimea Bay

John Florence reflects on his historic Eddie win

You’ve just won what a lot of people consider to be one of the most prestigious events in surfing. What’s going through your head right now? To be honest, I’m still shaking. I really can’t believe it. I was just so stoked to be invited and able to compete at this event; winning wasn’t something

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2.24.16

Features

Clever Buoys Come to Bondi

Sonar and social media used to detect sharks in Australia

2015 proved to be a dramatic year for shark attacks, with more incidents reported last year than in any other year on record. And while your chances of being attacked remain low, some cities, like Australia’s Bondi Beach, are taking an outside-of-the-box approach to address the issue by installing and testing “Clever Buoys” to detect

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2.23.16

Features

Is the North Shore Too XXL?

Giant Monday swell closes several beaches, floods Kam Highway

The North Shore was quite literally awash in surf yesterday as one of the largest swells in recent memory created conditions so severe that the state was forced to close off sections of Kamehameha Highway due to sets spilling over the road. At 2:00 PM yesterday, officials from the Department of Transportation deemed driving conditions to

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2.20.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Mick rules Snapper, Honolua holds it down, an Octopus scramble, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Fanning at Snapper By now, we all know that Snapper’s been cooking for the past week, and the banks are nothing short of sublime. Ten- to 15-second tubes rides? Step right up. But of all the clips that have come across our desks, this two-wave edit of Mick Fanning takes the

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2.18.16

Features

RIP Brock Little

Hawaiian big-wave legend passes away from cancer at the age of 48

It’s with a heavy heart that we report the passing of North Shore surfer Brock Little, who died on February 18, at the age of 48. Little announced via social media last month that he was battling advanced cancer. Born in 1967 in Napa, California, Little’s family moved to Haleiwa when he was three years

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2.17.16

Random Happenings

Single Fin to the Head

Man dorsal-whipped by dolphin at Blacks

Just when you thought you only had to worry about sharks in the lineup, it turns out dolphins are down to scrap, too. Earlier this week, Thomas Machuca was surfing Blacks in San Diego when a bottlenose dolphin attempted to scalp him with his dorsal fin, leaving Machuca with 18 staples in his head. True

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2.16.16

Features

What’s Ahead for Julian Wilson

And reflections on his best professional year, Mick's shark incident, and more

For nearly a decade, Julian Wilson has been at the forefront of the surf world. Arguably one of the most talented surfers alive today, Wilson has captivated us with his easy style and balls-to-the-wall approach. But in 2015, he seemed to truly find his stride and was within striking distance of a World Title all

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2.13.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Marzo whips, Frenchmen head to the Canaries, Balaram in Panama, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Clay Marzo Takes Point We don’t see enough of Marzo. We miss marveling at those hucks, we miss his deft ability to push himself through the skinniest of tubes, and we miss how he dangerously flirts with the sharpest of shelves. Lucky for us, SUPER dropped this banger of a clip of him a

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2.6.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Seth Moniz is all grown up, Jonas sings solo, Louie goes left, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Seth Moniz is Off the Chain As a junior and standout in our annual HOT 100 list, we’ve known that Seth Moniz has had all of the earmarks of a great surfer for some time. But when he dropped this clip, we had to do a double-take (Those backside grabs at

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2.4.16

Features

SURFER Disapproved: More Plastic Than Fish in Sea by 2050

Don't toss that plastic water bottle just yet

A recent study conducted by The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and published by World Economic Forum has a startling prediction for the world’s oceans: By 2050, there will be more plastic (by weight) in our seas than fish. Think about that for a moment. In just a few decades, our addiction to plastic, despite our half-hearted

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