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Who is Carissa Moore?

Carissa Moore at the gmc honolulu

She is an American Professional Surfer & the 2021 Olympic champion, along with the 2011,2013,2015 & 2019 World Surf League (WSL). In 2013 “Glamour magazine”  listed her name as one of their Women of the Year.

Early Life

She was born on 27th August 1992 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her father’s name is Chris Moore who taught her how to surf when she was about four or five years old. Her mother’s name is Carol Lum.

Quick Facts

Real NameCarissa Kainani Moore
Birth PlaceHonolulu, Hawaii
Date of Birth27th August 1992
Source of IncomeSurfing, and endorsements
Age28 years. (As of 2021).
Father’s nameChris Moore
Mother’s nameCarol Lum.
Star signVirgo
CollegePunahou School
Height5 feet 7 inches /170 Cm
Weight64 Kg / 140 Lbs.
Hair ColorDark brown
EndorsementsNike, Red Bull, Target, Hurley, Subaru Hawaii, Visa
Achievements World Surf League (WSL), ASP Elite Victories: 6; ASP Other Victories: 2; ASP Rookie of the Year 2010, eleven The National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA),2020 Olympic gold medal.
Career EarningsApproximately $2.1 million (Rs 15.61 Cr).
TwitterTwitter/Carissa Moore
InstagramInstagram/Carissa Moore
Net Worth$ 2 million (Rs 14.87 Cr).
Last UpdatedAugust 2021


Carissa Moore in a practice session

In 2010, she qualified to compete in The World Surf League (WSL). She won two major contests, finished third overall, and was named “Rookie of the Year”. She has been named an “Adventurer of the Year” by the Monthly magazine of the national geographic society “ National Geographic”. After that Woman of the Year by online women’s magazine “Glamour” &  Top Female Surfer in the “Surfer”.

She won the World Tour in the year 2013 and 2015 along with this has won major events like Roxy Pro France in 2016, 2017 and 2019.

She qualified for the United States in surfing on the U.S. women’s team with American professional Surfer Caroline Marks at the 2020 Summer Olympics Tokyo Japan which was postponed to 2021 due to the covid-19 pandemic. In the WSL she represents Hawaii in competition per WSL rules that separate Hawaiian surfers from mainland United States surfers.

WSL Women’s Championship Tour

YearEvents Qualify
2007The World Surf League (WSLreached the Final 
20092009 ASP World tourwon the events as wild card entrants.
20102010 ASP World Tourwon both the TSB Bank Women’s Surf Festival & Rip Curl Pro Portugal.
20112011 ASP Women’s world tourBecomes the youngest winner of the Title.
2014WSL Women’s Championship Tour eventswon
2015WSL Championship Tourwon her third world title.
2016Roxy Pro in Hossegor, Franceonly victory.
2017she finished the year at No. 5.
2019she won her fourth world championship, winning stops in France and South Africa.

International Surfing Association

Carissa Moore in summer dress

In 2005 she Represented  Hawai‘i at The International Surfing Association (ISA)  World Junior Surfing Championships and was placed 3rd in the Female Junior Final (under 18) category.

Social Media portfolio

She has 48.3k followers on Twitter & 497k followers on Instagram as of August 2021.

Personal Life

In December 2017 she married her long time boyfriend Luke Untermann, in a gorgeous outdoor wedding in Hawaii.

Unknown Facts

Carissa Moore in friends birthday

1.She is from Hawaii:- She was born and raised in Hawaii and started learning surfing very young age.

2.Moore is a decorated surfer:-  She has been competing in the world championships since 2010, and at only eighteen years old, she became the youngest to win a surfing world title. She was also the first woman to compete in the Triple Crown of Surfing.

3.She Knows Japanese:- She speaks Japanese. She took four years of Japanese in high school, according to Team USA.

4. 4th January is officially Carissa Moore Day in Hawaii:- In 2016, Honolulu mayor of that time Kirk Caldwell and the state of Hawaii declared 4th January as the Carissa Moore Day to honour the powerhouse surfer’s impressive accomplishments.

5.Moore is on top headed to Tokyo:-  is one of the most talented surfers in the world, and she enters the Tokyo Games ranked No. one. She and Caroline Marks, who is ranked No. six are the first women surfers from the U.S. to make the Olympics. 

How much does Carissa Moore make?

Approximately $2.1 million (Rs 15.61 Cr).  (2010-19).

Where is Carissa Moore from?

Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

At what age did Carissa Moore start surfing?

five years old

Carissa Moore marriage.

In December 2017 she married her long time boyfriend Luke Untermann.

Carissa Moore nationality


Carissa Moore high school

The Punahou School.

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