Carissa Moore 2021 – Net worth, husband, career and endorsements

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Carissa Moore is one of the best professional female surfers in the business, and here is everything you need to know about her including, net worth, husband, career and endorsements

Carissa Moore Facts

BirthplaceHonolulu, Hawaii
Father’s nameChris Moore
Mother’s nameCarol Lum
Star signVirgo
CollegePunahou School
Net worth (2021)$2 million (estimated)
Salary (2021)N/A
Age28
Date of birthAugust 27, 1992
ProfessionProfessional Surfer
NationalityAmerican
Achievements2020 Olympics Gold Medalist
HusbandLuke Untermann
ChildrenNone

Carissa Moore is one of the best and experienced professional surfers in the world. The Hawaiian is 4-time World Champion and also won the Gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in the women’s shortboard competition.

Carissa Moore Net Worth

Carissa Moore
Carissa Moore USA, JULY 26, 2021 – Surfing : Women s Round 3 during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Olympische Spiele, Olympia, OS at the Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach in Chiba, Japan

Carissa Moore has a net worth of approximately $2 million. This has been primarily due to her long and successful surfing career. She also makes bank with a few of her endorsements as well, with a notable deal with surfing brand Hurley.

Following her Gold medal win at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics her net worth is expected to rise even higher.

Carissa Moore Career

Carissa Moore’s breakthrough year was 2010. She qualified for ASP World Tour currently known as the World Surf League. After finishing third overall, she was named the Rookie of the Year.

The very next season, Moore took part in the World Tour and struck gold, thereby becoming the youngest ever to win a surfing World Tour title.

Carissa Moore USA, JULY 26, 2021 – Surfing : Women s Round 3 during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Olympische Spiele, Olympia, OS at the Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach in Chiba, Japan.

Moore then won the World Tour in the year 2013 and 2015.

Besides this, Moore has won major events like Roxy Pro France in 2016, 2017 and 2019. She also has four wins at Rip Curl Pro – 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2019.

Following her win at the World Surf League Women’s Championships in 2019, Moore qualified for the Olympics in Tokyo.

Moore who usually represents her state of Hawaii at the World Surf League, had to represent her country USA at the Olympics.

In the first round, Moore scored 11.74 at the Women’s shortboard competition. She beat Sofia Mulanovich in the next round, and Silvana Lima in the quarterfinals to progress to the semis.

In the semi-finals, Moore took on Amuro Tsuzuki and beat her comprehensively. In the final, she beat South Africa’s Bianca Buitendag with a score of 14.93 to clinch her first-ever Olympic Gold medal.

Carissa Moore Family, Personal Life and Endorsements

Carissa Moore was born on the 27th of August in 1992 to parents Chris Moore and Carol Lum in Honolulu, Hawaii. She began surfing when she was just 5 years old, and was taught by her dad. When she was 10, her parents divorced and Moore began living with her mother.

She is married to Banan co-funder Luke Untermann. The pair married on the 16th of December in 2017. Banan is primarily a frozen desserts brand made from exotic Hawaiian bananas.

Moore endorses Hurley which is a surf, skate and snow lifestyle brand.

Carissa Moore with husband Luke Untermann
Carissa Moore with husband Luke Untermann

FAQs about Carissa Moore

What is Carissa Moore’s net worth?

Carissa Moore has a net worth of approximately $2 million.

When was Carissa Moore born?

Carissa Moore was born on the 27th of August in 1992.

Who is Carissa Moore married to?

Carissa Moore is married to Banan co-founder Luke Untermann.

Does Carissa Moore have any children?

No, Carissa Moore does not have any children.

When did Carissa Moore win an Olympic Gold medal?

Carissa Moore won an Olympic Gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Where was Carissa Moore born?

Carissa Moore was born in Honolulu, Hawaii.

How many World Championships has Carissa Moore won?

Carissa Moore has won 4 World Championships.

What team does Carissa Moore represent in the World Surf League?

Carissa Moore usually represents her home state of Hawaii in the World Surf League, instead of her home country USA.