Surfing history: Carissa Moore is ASP World Champion - Video
- JUL 17, 2011
- About this Video
- With her win at the Roxy Pro in Biarritz, France, Carissa Moore not only became the first Hawaiian surfing champion in 30 years but also the youngest ASP Women’s World Champion in history! Check out this short video biography, following Carissa from her childhood to her historic win in France.
Evan and Eric Geiselman mess around on the beach with a couple paintball guns, using broken surfboards as bunkers, and Michel, Julian and Carissa pick off a few fun ones during an afternoon surf
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