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Surfing history: Carissa Moore is 2011 ASP World Champion
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- With her win at the Roxy Pro in Biarritz, France, Carissa Moore not only became the first Hawaiian surfing champion in 30 years but also the youngest ASP Women’s World Champion in history! Check out this short video biography, following Carissa from her childhood to her historic win in France.
The Roxy Pro Gold Coast this weekend kicks off the 2013 ASP Women's World Championship Tour. Here's what you need to know about the season ahead.
Carissa Moore left the crowded surf spots of the world behind recently as she went in search of a brand new experience in Latin America.
Just eight men and four women remain after the world's best surfers were put to the test in tricky two-to-three foot surf at Snapper Rocks in the Quiksilver Pro and Roxy Pro...
The opening events on the ASP Men's and Women's World Tours are underway at Snapper Rocks. Get the latest news on the biggest stars, including Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning, Jordy Smith, Carissa Moore...
Carissa Moore followed up her first world title in 2011 with her first SURFER Poll Award - the surfing world's equivalent of the Academy Awards...
ASP Women's World Champion surfer, Carissa Moore, has been handed wildcards to surf against the men later this year. Red Bull caught up with Carissa to find out more...