Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach

Comp Countdown: One Day with Carissa Moore

Moore Looking Sharp at Snapper
Carissa Moore finds the impossible in small conditions at Snapper.

Hawaiian Carissa Moore crushed it at the Roxy Pro Gold Coast, the first elite women's event of the year. In her fantastic run there, she took both the win and the top spot on the women's rankings along with it. As Moore prepares for the next event, the Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach, training, surfing and mental prep will surely all come into play during the short break. But what else does the two-time Hawaiian women's champ do during downtime?

Carissa Moore shares a family moment after her sister's graduation from high school. Making time for family... - WSL / @rissmoore10

Thursday, March 19, 13 days before the Rip Curl Women's Pro, Moore dished on where she is and what she's up to before the Australian leg continues.

I am currently in ... Honolulu, Hawaii.
I woke up at ... 6:17 am.
The first thing I did was ... hit the snooze button on my alarm and slept for five more minutes.
I called ... my friend, Alisha.
And we discussed ... her hair extensions.
For lunch I ate ... Banan, my boyfriend has a food truck that sells vegan ice cream :)
In the afternoon ... I visited with my Nana.
Training today consisted of ... surfing, chasing my dog, playing at the beach and boxing.
I got really excited when ... when my sister played in her water polo game this evening.

Carissa Moore enjoys a treat from Banan, the new enterprise form her boyfriend, Luke Untermann. ...and her boyfriend's confections. - WSL / @rissmoore10

Today I had to ... eat at my favorite gelato place.
I wish that ... my house was clean.
One thing I'm missing ... is a toothbrush.
The funniest thing I saw ... were the Christmas decorations still in my living room.
Before I went to bed ... I made sure to kiss my boyfriend goodnight.
Tomorrow ... I'm going to sleep in!

Don't miss Moore and the rest of the elite 17 when they paddle out to battle at the Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach LIVE on the World Surf League homepage beginning April 1.