From ocean waves to the chlorinated kind, 5X World Champion Carissa Moore, simply can’t stop winning.
This latest win marks a familiar ascent to the top of the World Surf League’s ranking, putting Carissa on track to make a historic run at a 6th World Championship.
Carissa, who won wearing boardshorts from her very own collection, scored a 16.53 in a tight final round. Following this latest win, Moore moves up to the #1 spot on the WSL’s 2023 ranking and back into the coveted yellow jersey. Next up for Carissa and the world’s best? The Surf City El Salvador Pro from June 9^th^-18^th^ — which you can watch on worldsurfleague.com
On Riss’ chlorinated win, Hurley’s head of sports marketing, Brett Simpson said, “What a performance! In such a high stress environment, Riss didn’t let the nerves hinder her ability and she looked so on point! Huge rail maneuvers, long deep barrels, linked to perfection. She left no doubt she was going to walk away with her second Surf Ranch Trophy!”