Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

2.23.15

Videos

Cyclone Marcia

Snapper fires for the world's best

Just before the start of the Quik Pro, Cyclone Marcia lit up Snapper Rocks for Owen Wilson, Mick Fanning, Kolohe Andino and a slew of other lucky souls. Let's cross our fingers that these banks, along with some swell, hold strong for the first event of the season.

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2.20.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Hawaii hype, Yago Dora mania, Leonardo Fioravanti and more

Deep barrels, tweaked airs, and razor-sharp rail work from the Hurley groms (some of whom are barely in their teens) is laid out in a buffet style in our clip of the week. If you've been surfing for say, 15 years, and you've yet to stomp an air, this clip could either motivate you or make you want to quit surfing all together.

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2.19.15

Features

The Next Chapter

After a rough 2014, Zeke Lau prepares for the steep road ahead

Last year was tough, I’m not gonna lie. But I’m trying to pull some positivity out of it and make it a learning experience. I had a rough year competing, but I was also able to take away a lot from my losses. I’ve been spending a lot of time learning about my boards and dialing in what exactly works for me. But overall, the ’QS isn’t easy. They call it a grind for a reason.

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2.17.15

Random Happenings

The River Armada

Six dozen surfers on a tidal bore in France

In the realm of all things sweeping the Internet, here we have a video of what we’ll assume is one of the most crowded tidal bores ever ridden. Although the video—which features an estimated 77 SUPs, kayaks, shortboards, and longboards—was posted by the Federation of Costa Rican surfers, it was actually shot at the Gironde River

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2.10.15

Features

The Hard Yards

World Tour rookie Keanu Asing on what it takes to make it in competitive surfing today

You have to take it seriously to succeed at that level. Some people have amazing genetics and are just naturals at what they do, but a lot of us have to work harder for that. I wouldn’t consider myself a natural talent. I’m blessed to do what I do, but so much of where I’m at is from working really hard.

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2.9.15

Design Forum

What He Rode: John John Florence

A look under the hood of John John's Volcom Pipe Pro sled

The Bastard has a full concave on the bottom. Single throughout it, but with a very slight double towards the fins. Quite a bit of curve to this board and it has an even rocker, which makes it really responsive and peppy. It’s intended to be ridden in hollow, juicy waves, but he’s also ridden this model out at Trestles as well. It has some concave in the center of the board as well, which helps carry you through the fatter sections of the wave.

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2.6.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

The week's best, all under one URL

It's been a while since Maui's Kai Barger made waves in the media. But this latest edit is one of the most impressive clips we've seen in some time. In the video above, Kai mixes massive full rotations and packs rather large Outer Island tubes with a whole lot of style.

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2.6.15

Features

A Fantasy World

An interview with Chris Connolly, the 2014 Fantasy Surfer champ

For Fantasy Surfer, a few buddies and I have a club and each contest the losers buy the winner beer. My buddies got tired of buying me beer this year.

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2.5.15

Videos

Mason Ho’s Cork Board

Field tested, Mason approved

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2.2.15

Features

Four For Florence

An interview with John John, your 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro Champ

"It really felt like redemption for me to win over Kelly. It was redemption for my performance out here at this event last year. It was redemption for Kelly winning Pipe then that semi in Tahiti. I still really want to get him back in good surf in a CT final. I really want to get him back now in some good waves."

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