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Carissa Moore © ASP / Aquashot-Bonnarme


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Carissa crowned world champion during Roxy Pro Biarritz event 

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 15 July, 2011 : - - Biarritz -- Carissa Moore (HAW), 18, has just made ASP history as the youngest ever ASP Women’s World Champion, clinching her maiden title today at the Roxy Pro Biarritz. 'I dreamed of surfing at this level my whole life since I was a little kid and I don’t think you can ever expect or anticipate the feeling,' Moore said. 'It is amazing. There is no place I would rather be right now.'

The clinching came when then-reigning four-time ASP Women’s World Champion Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 23, dispatched of the remaining title contender Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), 20, in the Semifinals of competition.

“I’m not really feeling anything right now I am just so happy,” Moore said. “It was really stressful watching that last heat and I was trying to just listen to my songs and zone out. It is kind of weird to win on the beach. I have always visualized and imagined winning the Final or a heat and coming in and winning but I’m so happy and excited. I have been thinking about this for a long time since I was a little girl and just to be here right now and being world champ is pretty crazy.”

In only her second year competing amongst the world’s best, Moore has had a stellar run, making the Finals in every event thus far and scalping three wins along the way. “I have had this goal written on my door and it has been waiting there for a long time to be ticked off so I can’t wait to go home and cross it out,” Moore said.


Carissa Moore © ASP / Aquashot-Bonnarme



2011 ASP Women’s World Tour Results:

Roxy Pro Gold Coast: WIN

Rip Curl Women’s Pro Bells Beach: Runner-Up

Subaru Pro TSB Bank Women’s Surf Festival New Zealand: Runner-Up

Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic: WIN

Billabong Rio Pro: WIN

Roxy Pro Biarritz: Runner-Up

Nike US Open of Surfing: TBD


Carissa Moore © ASP / Aquashot-Bonnarme

This year’s stellar run set another record for the youngster as the only ASP World Champion in history to make the Finals in every event this season, and sees Moore as the first Hawaiian ASP Women’s World Champion since Margo Oberg (HAW) in 1981.

“I definitely first and foremost want to thank my little sister Cayla, thank you so much,” Moore said. “I wouldn’t be here without you. There are way too many people to thank but my Dad, he has been here every step of the way and I could not have done this without him. It is so much sweeter having him part of my team. I want to thank my sponsors Nike, Target and Red Bull I couldn’t do it without them. My family, my uncles and aunts and my grandparents.”

The next and final stop on the 2011 ASP Women’s World Title season will be the Nike US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach from August 1 – 6, 2011.

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