“American Carissa Moore is the FIRST Olympic women’s surfing champ plus Brazil’s Italo Ferreira wins first surfing gold medal in Olympic history in Tokyo | Tokyo Olympics” via NBC Sports

American Carissa Moore is the FIRST Olympic women’s surfing champ | Tokyo Olympics | NBC Sports

Four-time World Surf League champion Carissa Moore defeated South Africa’s Bianca Buitendag to take home the first women’s Olympic surfing title. #NBCOlympics#Tokyo2020#Surfing

Brazil’s Italo Ferreira defeated Kanao Igarashi 15.14 to 6.60 in the men’s surfboarding final to claim the event’s first ever gold medal. #NBCOlympics #Tokyo2020 #Surfing

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