“Surfing’s first Olympic appearance is a huge moment for me, and for the entire sport. I’m honored to be part of this amazing team as we head to Tokyo.”

                Carissa Moore, Team USA surfer

As USA Surfing heads into their Olympic debut, kicking off their season, surfers will use Oura Rings to monitor their sleep and recovery. By delivering personalized Readiness, Activity, and Sleep insights and guidance directly to their apps, Oura will help surfers stay present, improve performance, and maximize recovery. 

“Surfing requires total rhythm between mind, body, and ocean. Oura gives surfers tools to find their optimal balance between training and recovery, allowing them to maximize their focus and performance in the water, “ said Harpreet Singh Rai, Oura CEO, “We couldn’t be more excited to work with USA Surfing in this historic inaugural appearance.”

Team USA surfer and four-time World Champion Carissa Moore is an Oura Ambassador and has been using her Oura Ring as she prepares to compete in Tokyo. Because of its form factor, she has had a comfortable and non-invasive way to track her biometric data without disrupting their daily training flow.

“With my Oura Ring, I’ve been able to train more thoughtfully and focus on recovery. Based on my sleep data, I feel energized and prepared to take on this exciting moment with confidence, knowing that I’ve trained and recovered well.” 

And Greg Cruse, USA Surfing CEO echos Carissa’s sentiment:

“Surfing is a sport where being present both mentally and physically are critical to your performance. Oura is a perfect fit as we make our milestone appearance in Tokyo, and throughout the rest of our season, to support our athletes in prioritizing their overall health during this major moment in their careers.”


The Oura Ring is not a medical device and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, monitor, or prevent medical conditions/illnesses.