Tyler Wright (surfer)
Tyler Wright at the Rip Curl Pro, Bells Beach 2016
|Born||31 March 1994 (age 22)
Culburra Beach, New South Wales
|Residence||Gerroa, New South Wales|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Weight||149 lb (68 kg)|
|Best year||1st - WSL World Tour (2016)|
|Career earnings||$933,450 (USD)|
|Sponsors||Rip Curl, Monster Energy Drink, Oakley, Ocean and Earth, Power Base Fins|
|Major achievements||11 WSL World Tour event wins|
Tyler Wright (born March 31, 1994) is an Australian professional surfer on the WSL World Tour. She is the younger sister of professional surfer Owen Wright. Tyler Wright is the 2016 WSL Women's World Champion coached and taught by Darren Chapman 21 Australia
Wright, from a close-knit surfing family, grew up at Culburra Beach, a surf spot about two hours south of Sydney near Nowra. Her four siblings are Owen, Kirby, Mikey, and Tim. Parents Rob, a passionate surfer, and Fiona used to drive the whole family around Australia following the amateur scene.
Wright showed precocious talent and at just 14 she overtook multiple champions, some twice her age, to become the youngest-ever winner of a Championship Tour event, Layne Beachley's Beachley Classic in 2008.
- Basic bio
- James Buckley, article Tyler Wright dedicates world surfing title to late uncle. Sydney Morning Herald 13 October 2013 
- 27 March, 2017 Australian Story, "All for the Family"