Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

1.30.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Jaws opens wide, Dill and Beeg team up, Snapper fires, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Jaws Does It Again Once more, amid yet another behemoth swell, Jaws hosted the world’s hardest-charging big-wave surfers. This time, there seemed to be even more carnage than we’ve grown accustomed to in the past. How anyone could survive those wipeouts (see 1:15, 1:53, and 3:23) is beyond us.   Snapper’s

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1.29.16

Features

Legend of the Fall

Tom Dosland recounts his epic wipeout at Jaws

On Wednesday, social media feeds across the surf world exploded as a tumbling image of Tom Dosland, falling head-first into the maw of a massive Jaws peak, appeared on our phones. Thankfully, Dosland surfaced, dazed but alive. In the day following his now-famous wipeout, he graciously took the time to walk us through what went

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1.26.16

Features

A Revival Amid A Shootout

Reflections on Pipeline, Maui, and new beginnings with Kaimana Henry

Facing some of the most talented Pipe surfers in the world, Kaimana Henry — a name you won’t often hear blasted over a contest’s loudspeaker — came away with a rather convincing win recently at the Da Hui Backdoor Shootout. Thanks in large part to threading one of the heaviest tubes of the season, Henry

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1.23.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Dusty shreds, Jaws devours more victims, Panama fires, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Dusty Payne: Stacking Clips True, Dusty Payne rode a roller coaster of a 2015 after his assertive requalification for the year’s World Tour, only to kneel to a rather tough end to the season. But this RED-filled edit shows that Dusty still has the firepower to turn his luck on Tour

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1.16.16

Features

There’s Gold In That Mountain

Aaron Gold reflects on the biggest wave ever paddled at Jaws

Aaron Gold, a blue-collar charger from Haleiwa, snagged what many are calling the biggest wave ever paddled into at Jaws yesterday afternoon. In the ensuing hours, social media exploded and images of the wave went viral. Following this monumental session, we were able to ring up Gold to have him walk us through his instantly

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1.16.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Ando's always welcome here, Mikey Wright rages, taking care of PNG, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Craig Anderson in “Welcome Elsewhere” Kai Neville has been diligently collecting and hoarding some sashimi-quality footage of Ando for longer than we can recall. While the Internet demanded that we see some video to accompany the stills of Ando riding a 5’4″ Hypto at Kandui a few months back, Neville remained

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1.14.16

Features

Talkin’ Trash

Aussie surfers' invention cleans trash from marinas

A pair of expat Australian surfers living in Spain have bet it all to fund an invention that they believe could, quite literally, help change the world. Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski, both lifelong surfers from Perth, created their first prototype of the Seabin, an invention that helps collect trash, detergent, and other waste from

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1.9.16

Features

This Week In Webclips

Jazzy Jules, hot hot Honolua, supercrowded Superbank, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Oliver Kurtz In Fifth Gear It’s hard to watch this clip and wonder why Oliver Kurtz isn’t plastered across our monitors more often. In this edit, which was shot in Central America, North Carolina, and Indo, Ollie leaves it all in the lineup. Huge airs (the man’s lucky he didn’t get

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1.8.16

Features

Going Ham-ilton

Bethany Hamilton reflects on a monumental year

The past year proved to be a watershed for Bethany Hamilton. While the Kauai native and shark-attack survivor has become a household name worldwide, she credits the past 12 months as being some of the most interesting of her life. Earlier this year, she gave birth to a baby boy, held her own amid a

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1.4.16

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One Moore Holiday

January 4th deemed Carissa Moore Day in Honolulu

Recently, Honolulu’s Mayor Kirk Caldwell proclaimed January 4th to be Carissa Moore Day. And today, on a chilly Honolulu morning, Mayor Caldwell honored Moore with a ceremony at Ala Moana beach park, the announcement commemorating the third World Title in four years for Moore, a Honolulu native. As was expected from the effervescent world champion, Moore

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