Carissa Moore will represent Team USA as surfing makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo. Here are five things to know about the surfer. Surfing is one of six sports that have been added to the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Professional surfers will look to catch their first waves on Saturday at 6 p.m. ET.
Who is representing the US in surfing?
Team U.S.A. will be represented by two men and two women who will ride the waves with 38 other competitors from around the world. Competitors will be riding the waves at Tsurigasaki Beach in Japan. Team U.S.A. is made up with Carrisa Moore, John John Florence, Caroline Marks and Kolohe Andino.
How can I watch USA surfing?
United States. For viewers in the USA, the surfing competition will be available on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports App, both requiring cable provider authentication.
Where is surfer Caroline marks from?
Who has qualified for the Olympics surfing?
Tokyo 2020 Surfing Qualifiers
|2019 WSL CT||Leonardo Fioravanti (ITA) Kolohe Andino (USA) John John Florence (USA) Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) Jeremy Flores (FRA) Michel Bourez (FRA) Gabriel Medina (BRA) Italo Ferreira (BRA) Owen Wright (AUS) Julian Wilson (AUS)|
Where can I watch Olympic surfing?
The Olympics are back on NBC, with a 24/7 stream online if you verify you’re a cable subscriber. NBCSports Gold will have a dedicated Olympics package — pay an upfront fee and you’ll be able to watch anywhere, uninterrupted by ads.