With the recent postponement or cancellation of all WSL events through the end of May due to the COVID-19 situation, a lot has changed in the surfing world. Many WSL athletes have packed up their equipment and returned home for the extended offseason. And for the reining World Champion, it looks like she's staying happy and healthy at home on Oahu.

"It's a crazy time right now," Moore recently told the WSL. "I'm trying to stay at home as much as possible and use this time to spend it with my family and make memories. I'm catching up on my scrapbooking, trying to do some home workouts, and we just started a garden."

And of course, quarantining at home also requires some pure guilt free relaxation.

"I'm also taking naps, watching Netflix, and taking Tik Tok videos with my sister," Moore said.

Garden Maya helping Carissa build the garden. - WSL / Cayla Moore

After claiming her fourth World Title in 2019 and a spot on the USA Olympic surf team in, Moore decided to take 2020 off of the Championship Tour to focus on personal projects and freesurfing.

But despite her hiatus from the big leagues, she still kicked off the year with a win at the Sydney Surf Pro at Manly beach - the WSL's inaugural Challenger Series event.

Carissa Home Workout Carissa's home workout and a glimpse of her board collection. - WSL / Cayla Moore

It's still unclear when competition will resume, let alone when Moore plans on returning to the Tour. But one thing is for sure, we already miss seeing the World Champ surf heats in a jersey.

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