Following in the footsteps of older brother, Owen, Aussie Tyler Wright detonated mind-boggling performances on the 2010, 2011 and 2012 ASP World Tour, finishing 4th in the World Title Rankings in 2011 and 2012. With a full range of maneuvers from airs to classic power-carves to her comfort in the barrel, Tyler made an impressive induction onto the world stage, finishing number four in the world and declared 2011 ASP World Tour Rookie of the Year. Wright’s title as a childhood prodigy is due to an impressive list of accolades including her win at the Beachley Classic at just 14 years of age, making her the youngest surfer of all time to win an ASP World Tour event. Since turning professional, she’s won four World Title event victories, including two wins in 2013.
Living Marley to me is about expressing myself on a surfboard at the highest level, I strive for the kind of perfection that Bob Marley brought to the world.
Music is a huge part of my life, I love dance music and dancing any time I can, its one of the ways I get psyched for surfing, training and especially before my heats. I keeps me loose and smiling all the time.