Moroz joins the United States SailGP Team with an incredible amount of foiling experience in the sport of kiteboarding that has resulted in four world championships. She will join the team beginning at the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix event where she will start a development program aimed at introducing her to the team’s F50 racing platform.
Growing up in San Francisco with parents who were avid windsurfers, Moroz was exposed to wind, the water, and high speeds at an early age.
After first being introduced to kiteboarding in 2012, Moroz began her professional competitive career in 2015 and won the IKA Formula Kite World Championships only one year later. Her dominance in the sport expanded to eventually include successive world championships for the next three years and was honored by being selected as US Sailing Rolex Yachtswoman-of-the-Year in both 2016 and 2019.
An expert in the foil kiteboard discipline, Moroz logs hundreds of miles on a weekly basis with her eyes focused on qualifying in the kiteboarding discipline for the 2024 Olympic Games. In addition to her foil kiteboard career, Moroz also trains across several olympic sailing classes including the Nacra 17 and 49erFX.
In her spare time, Moroz can be found foil surfing, competitively swimming, and is currently enrolled at the University of Hawaii pursuing a degree in business.