Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

11.4.15

Features

Country Now, Country Forever

More than 600 acres along North Shore now preserved

More than 600 acres of coastal land stretching from Kewala Bay to Kahuku, on Oahu’s North Shore, has been saved from development thanks to a new deal signed into law by the State of Hawaii and by Turtle Bay Resort. Decades in the making, this deal–ushered forward by the North Shore Community Land Trust–ensures that

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10.31.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

John John drops the trailer to end all trailers, France fires, virtual reality, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: View From A Blue Moon Judging from this trailer, it looks like surf movies are about to move into a whole new realm. With a legit budget, plenty of time, and one of the world’s most progressive surfers starring in the film, we get the feeling that the forthcoming View From

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10.28.15

Features

Another Shark Attack on Oahu

Ten-year-old boy attacked at Makaha

In the latest in a series of shark attacks, it’s been reported that a 10-year-old boy was bit just off the shore at Makaha on Wednesday afternoon. Following the incident, the boy was rushed to a nearby hospital where he’s said to be in serious condition. Hawaii News Now is reporting that the boy was

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10.28.15

Random Happenings

Virtually Yours

WSL releases new footage allowing anyone to (almost) get barreled

For more than a decade, virtual reality has been the holy grail of the tech world. Countless start ups and millions of dollars have been lobbed into the quest of taking a viewer inside another world, without ever having to leave the couch. Time and again, the devices have failed. The biggest problem? They make

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10.27.15

Features

Sunscreens Burning Reefs

New study suggests sunscreens are killing coral populations

It’s no secret that coral reefs the world over have been dealt a heavy blow in recent years. Across the globe, reefs have been dying off in terrifying numbers, with one study stating that nearly a quarter of the world’s reefs are in significant danger. And while a number of causes, including global warming, have

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10.24.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Crunch time in Bali, John John remix, late-season Teahupoo, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Crunch The Fox team recently touched down in Bali and came away with some bangers. Here, a mix of the junior team and a few established surfers like Damien Hobgood and Keanu Asing relish in the pristine conditions. Highlights include young bloods like Caroline Marks and Gunner Day, both surfers you’ll undoubtedly

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10.18.15

Features

Shark Attack on Oahu

Update: One Man Bitten By Shark, Another Bitten By Eel

Last night, it was initially reported that two men were injured in separate shark attacks on Oahu on Saturday, just eight days after Colin Cook lost his left leg above the knee in an attack on the North Shore. However, an official with Honolulu’s Department of Emergency Services is now saying that one of the two victims

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10.17.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Asher Pacey on a Twinnie, Dane In France, Mason on the Rocks, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Asher Pacey, Twins in Paradise This is the kind of surfing that we all dream about: a warm, blue, and uncrowded lineup with plenty of open face and throaty tubes. Asher Pacey, you’re living the good life, and we’re a bit jealous. Mason Ho on the Rocks We’re not quite sure

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10.15.15

Features

RIP Mana

North Shore surf photographer, Jeff Mana Walthall, passes away

It is with heavy hearts that we report that Jeff Mana Walthall, a prominent surf photographer from Oahu, passed away Tuesday afternoon. Mana, as he was known, was well-respected and well-liked by all who knew him. “There’s definitely going to be a hole in the lineups out here without Mana,” said Tony Heff, another North

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10.14.15

SURFER Approved

Yoga With Gerry Lopez

In praise of getting zen with Mr. Pipeline

It’s sunny, it’s 78 degrees, and Gerry Lopez has an easy smile on his face. He’s on the North Shore at Turtle Bay, and throngs of yoga and surf fans have gathered around him for a yoga class he’s teaching. With his trademark grace and calm, Gerry politely engages in chit-chat with the attendants before

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