Charissa Moore 4 X WSL Pro Surfing Champion

By on September 15, 2023

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Carissa Moore has established herself as a powerhouse in surfing, a world champ who loves to help other young women achieve their dreams.

She started collecting wins at NSSA junior surf competitions and top spots at the ISA World Junior Surfing Championships, where she helped Hawaii win a team victory. In all, she clinched a record 11 NSSA amateur titles, and at age 16 in 2008, she became the youngest champion at a Triple Crown of Surfing event when she won the Reef Hawaiian Pro.

In 2010, Carissa qualified for her first season on the ASP World Tour, now called the World Surf League. She won two major contests in that debut season, finished third overall, and was named Rookie of the Year. Not bad for a 17-year-old newbie. The following season, Carissa was the youngster to watch on the World Tour. She lived up to her reputation, winning three events and claiming her first World crown, unseating four-time defending champ Stephanie Gilmore. At 18, she became the youngest person – male or female – to win a surfing world title.

Never one to turn down a challenge, that year Carissa also became the first woman to compete in Oahu’s Triple Crown of Surfing, typically an all-male event featuring the world’s best surfers. Carissa retook top World Tour honors in 2013, 2015, 2016 , and 2017. (Video Courtesy Natural High)


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