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Hawaii surfer Carissa Moore falls in Maui Pro final

  • COURTESY DAMIEN POULLENOT / WORLD SURF LEAGUE

    Carissa Moore rode a wave during the quarterfinals of the Maui Women’s Pro.

Australia’s Tyler Wright defeated Honolulu’s Carissa Moore in the final of the Maui Women’s Pro today at Honolua Bay.

Wright won her fifth Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour event of the season with a 14.66 two-wave score in the final, topping Moore’s 13.33.

Moore appeared to be on her way to victory after scoring a 9.0 out of 10 on her first wave in the final, but Moore received a 4.33 on her last wave while Wright was solid on both of hers, receiving scores of 6.83 and 7.83.

Wright takes home $60,000 for her first-place finish, and Moore earns $30,000.

Hawaii surfers Tatiana Weston-Webb, Malia Manuel and Coco Ho were part of a group that tied for fifth place.

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