Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

2.4.10

Industry News

Perry Hatchett No Longer with the ASP

It was reported recently that the ASP has opted not to renew head judge Perry Hatchett’s contract. Hatchett, who held his title with the ASP since 1997 , has not yet been available for contact. According to the ASP, Judge Richie Porta will serve as the head judge in the interim period. “Because we’re still […]

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2.1.10

Contest Wire

Jamie O'Brien Wins 2010 Volcom Pipeline Pro

A set of three lines run horizontally across the skin of Jamie O’Brien’s tanned forehead, ridges forever cemented on his face by a lifetime spent staring into the sun. The lines are telling, and for every wrinkle and crease etched on the 26-year-old’s face, Jamie’s logged a thousand Pipe and Backdoor barrels. Over the years, […]

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1.31.10

Contest Wire

Day Three of the Volcom Pipeline Pro Narrows Field

By midmorning the view from the beach is both beautiful and breathtaking. With the crossed-up 10 footers standing on the reef, it’s clear that things are about to get crazy.

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1.30.10

Contest Wire

Polar Opposites on Day Two of the Volcom Pipeline Pro

It had been a polarizing day at Pipeline. There were moments of splendor and harrowing wipeouts in nearly every morning- to-midday heat.

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1.29.10

Contest Wire

Locals Take Charge at Volcom Pipeline Pro

This is the inaugural Volcom Pipeline Pro and Reef's wrapped in an ill-fitting singlet, setting his heat's rhythm to the bellows of a horn, and grinning from ear to ear.

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1.20.10

Contest Wire

The Surf World Squares Off in New Zealand

If one world junior championship event a month just isn’t enough for you, fret not as the ISA World Junior Games in New Zealand are slated to unfold tomorrow. Unlike last week’s World Pro Junior championships in Australia, the ISA Junior Games in New Zealand are fashioned similar to the Olympics and will be crowning […]

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1.14.10

Features

Holy Medina

A year ago, the praise being sung about Gabriel Medina was falling on deaf ears. Blame it on a Portuguese language barrier, an age-old prejudice in the surf world, or just being obsessed with Kolohe Andino, but for some reason, most of us remained oblivious to the prodigy coming out of Brazil. Fast forward six […]

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1.9.10

Features

6.5 Quake Hits off California Coast

The news media is reporting that a 6.5-magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of California today. The quake began at approximately 4.27 p.m, Saturday and has effected the areas in and around Eureka. According to a report from the LA  Times‘ website, thus far, the damage seems minimal. “Right now it’s very preliminary but […]

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1.8.10

Contest Wire

Kustom Air Strike Fires Up

Recession be damned, Kustom’s got $50,000 on the line for the best air in 2010. The rules are simple: biggest air wins. Last year, we bore witness to Dusty Payne sporting a money coat and a check for $50K for his frontside rotation in Bali. Although the odds may be grossly in a pros favor, […]

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1.3.10

Features

More Rebel Tour Drama?

The Dailytelegraph.com, an Australian news site, is reporting that Taj Burrow and other top pros are threatening legal action against the “architects” of the Rebel Tour over the use of their names being linked to the alleged off-shoot series. The article, entitled, “I’ll Sue, Taj Burrow Tells Tour Rebels” does not quote Burrow nor his […]

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