Date of birth: August 27, 1992
Current Residence: Oahu, Hawaii
Height: 5 ft 7 in
Weight: 140 lbs
Profession: Hawaiian surfer
Sponsors: Nike, Red Bull, Target, Hurley
About: After winning the 2019 World Title, Carissa Moore becomes just the sixth female surfer to win four world titles. Carissa won Gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
“I’m definitely performance driven, so I’m always wanting to improve. Every year I’m learning lessons, transforming as a person and as an athlete.”
CARISSA MOORE VIDEOS
O'ahu girl Carissa Moore comes back and shreds her best to win her 5th WSL Title, making her one the most winningest surfers of all time.
Four-time World Surf League Champion, American Carissa Moore defeated South Africa's Bianca Buitendag to take home the first women's Olympic surfing title.
Four-time World Champion Carissa Moore drops a 9.90 landing one of the biggest airs of her career and spot in the Semifinals.
In a film by Peter Hamblin, Carissa Moore talks us through her road to finding comfort with herself, greater joy and her fourth world title.
In this video, Carissa Moore displays her unique combination of power, barrel prowess, skill and creativity that's made her a four time WSL World Champion.
Carissa Moore gives us a tour of her home to see how she lives the Hawaii lifestyle.
La Rambla 5.15a
Carissa Moore, four time world champ ditches the jersey and free surfs in Israel and Morocco.
Carissa Moore is changing the face of women's surfing. Here she is shredding the warm waters of Hawaii and Micronesia
Four time World Champion Carissa Moore doing what she does best.
Four time World Surf League Champion and Glamour Woman of The Year Alum, Carissa Moore breaks down her entire daily routine from sun up to sundown. She shares which products are her favorites to use to protect her skin from saltwater and the sun and how she keeps her hair from drying out after surf sessions.
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