- WSL / Cait Miers
- WSL / Cait Miers

If anyone deserves a decade of highlights, it's Riss. And here's why.

She's an equal blend of power, style, and stoke with 10 years of Championship Tour experience and 4 World Titles to show for it.

Before even stepping foot on the Championship Tour, Moore had a collection of 11 national titles during her amateur career. Like John John Florence, she was destined to be a big name for Hawaiian surfing.

In 2010, she joined the Tour at just 17 years old, posing an immediate threat to Stephanie Gilmore's World Title dominance. That year, Moore took out two Championship Tour victories, finishing the season No. 3 on the leaderboard, putting serious pressure on Gilmore. And in her second year on Tour, she claimed her first World Title, ending Gilmore's streak at four straight.

Congrats Carissa Moore!
Carissa Moore makes history as one of the 18 athletes the WSL CT will provisionally qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

Moore then went on to earn three more World Titles in 2013, 2015, and 2019, where she capped off last season by provisionally qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

Though she'll be stepping away from the Tour this year, she's set to compete at the upcoming Corona Piha Pro, the elite Challenger Series event in New Zealand. And surfing's Olympic debut in Tokyo just wouldn't be complete without her.

Until then, enjoy all of the best waves her incredible career thus far. Can't wait to see you back in the Jersey, Riss!

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