Carissa Moore Looking As Sharp As Ever in Manly
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Carissa Moore Looking As Sharp As Ever in Manly

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

MOORE'S HIGH HEAT IN MANLY

Carissa hasn't slowed down since winning her 4th World Title last December. Yesterday, her small wave mastery at the Sydney Surf Pro led the day with a commanding 17.40 heat score, the highest of the event. [CUT TO CARISSA POST HEAT] And 2020 CT rookie Jack Robinson continues to show that his small wave games is tack sharp. Stay tuned to WorldSurfLeague.com for live action as the first Challenger Series event of the year wraps on March 14th. Go Sis!

R-CAL'S HIGHLIGHT REEL

And still rolling at the Sydney Surf Pro, Ryan Callinan's been ripping this week. He just dropped his highlight reel from 2019, and it should give all his fellow competitors in Manly cause for concern.

PACEY'S MEXICAN GETAWAY

Aussie freesurfer Asher Pacey has been working with shaper Matt Parker of Album Surf. Pacey recently escaped to Mexico to test the new Plasmic twin-fin design, while filming with the Snapt crew. And based on what we can tell, the boards look sick!

WORLD PARA SURFING CHAMPS

The ISA World Para Surfing Championship kicked off in La Jolla, California, today. There's expected to be 140 athletes representing 24 countries from around the world. The event runs through Sunday, so if you're in the San Diego area, check it out.

 

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