Carissa Moore

John John Florence is really good at videobombing

The videobomb is an art all in itself, completely distinct from its cousin the photobomb. Pro athletes such as Chris Bosh and Yasmani Grandal have led the way in ball and stick sports. Pro surfer John John Florence is showing how it's done in action sports. John John pulled off a nice videobomb during at Brett Simpson interview on the Gold Coast. Simpson gets Florence back though by reminding John John that he just lost out in round two of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast.

John John isn't the only one who shows off his skills in Hurley's newest Tournotes video from the Gold Coast. Defending women's champ Carissa Moore rules things in kickball and 11-year-old Keegan Palmer straight up kills it on a skateboard.

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The Way Up, presented by Target: Carissa Moore

Two-time ASP Women's World Tour champion Carissa Moore explains her path to turning pro and the fire that drives the young Hawaiian to continue being the best female surfer in the world.

The Way Up is a series presented by Target and is directed by Steve Berra.

I'm Laura: Laura Enever looks back on the ups and downs of 2013

Laura Enever headed to the final ASP Women's World Tour event in Portugal sitting 10th in the rankings. She needed to finish in the top 10 to requalify for the 2014 season. A 13th place finish in Portugal didn't help Enever's cause, but she managed to slide in under the wire to requalify for next year's tour. On the season finale of I'm Laura, Enever looked back at what 2013 meant to her as a person and how she has rediscovered herself and her love of surfing. There were ups and downs but Enever wouldn't have it any other way.


Pro surfer Laura Enever was just 16 when she competed in her first six-star contest on the ASP world tour. Since then she has become one of the biggest stars in women's surfing. Enever's unique style both in and out of the water stands out and on her show IM LAURA she lets viewers in to see the ups and downs of life on the pro tour, meet her friends, and share in her love of the ocean.

Dose: Carissa Moore thinks she still has a lot to learn after second world title

At 21-years-old Carissa Moore already has two ASP Women's World titles to her name. Just for reference, by the time Kelly Slater turned 21 he only had 1 world title. On the new episode of Dose host Tim Brodhagen sits down with the freshly crowned two-time champ Moore while she was in New York City for Glamour magazine's Women of the Year event. Moore talks about all the things she still has to learn about surfing, meeting Lady Gaga, and the objectification of female surfers. Moore is clearly one of the most genuine people in pro surfing and we have a feeling her second world title won't be her last.


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Carissa Moore wins 2013 ASP women's world championship

Carissa Moore won four of the eight surf contests on the ASP women's world tour this year. With a 50% winning percentage it's no surprise that Moore clinched her second career world title on Saturday in Portugal with a win at the EDP Cascais Girls Pro. Moore's first world title came in 2011 and she has never finished lower than third in her four years on tour. Still only 21 years old, Moore is already one of the best female surfers alive right now and should be hoisting even more trophies in the years to come.

Sally Fitzgibbons wins the 2013 Roxy Pro France

The 2013 Roxy Pro France was initially scheduled for July. But after four straight days of flatness, the contest was postponed until September to be run in conjunction with the men's ASP World Tour event in France, the Quiksilver Pro. We're sure Sally Fitzgibbons is thankful the contest was postponed. Two days of surf allowed the Australian surfer to cruise to victory and defeat three of the top five women—Steph Gilmore, Carissa Moore, and Tyler Wright—in the process. She won every single heat in the two days and dropped some 10s and 9s along the way, putting herself squarely in the women's world title conversation with just one event left.

Lakey Peterson and Carissa Moore drop in at the Wavegarden in Spain

When the Roxy Pro in France was cancelled, the top female surfers headed to the massive wave pool.
There was no surf in Biarritz during the Roxy Pro this year so the contest had to be cancelled. That didn't stop Hurley surfers Lakey Peterson and Carissa Moore from finding some waves. Peterson and Moore headed to Spain to try out the amazing Wavegarden there surf in France forced the cancellation of the Roxy Pro, th flat surf in France canceling the Roxy Pro, Carissa and Lakey were left with some free time to venture over to the Wave Garden for some man-made fun. See more from Lakey and Carissa in their athlete stores at and

Greyson Fletcher is a really good juggler

Skateboarder shows off his skills at the US Open of Surfing.
The Hurley team had a very successful trip to the US Open of Surfing. Alejo Muniz won the men's surfing contest, Carissa Moore was the women's surf champion, and skater Greyson Fletcher finished second in the Van Doren Invitational bowl contest. Fletcher also showed that he is quite the juggler. So if this skating thing doesn't work out, he always has that to fall back on.