Sabre Norris: a super talented surfer and skateboarder | Photo:

Sabre Norris is talented, funny, laid back, authentic, honest, and charismatic. Here's everything you should know about the Australian surfing and skateboarding prodigy.

She shreds waves and skateparks and became a celebrity, rubbing shoulders with famous actors, actresses, and pop stars on Hollywood red carpets.

Sabre Elle Norris was born on January 3, 2005, in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.

Her mother is Brooke Norris, and her father, Justin Norris, is a 2000 Summer Olympics 200-meter butterfly bronze medalist.

Sabre has five siblings: two brothers (Disco Baz O Norris and Charm) and three sisters (Cerrus "Sockie" Jaye, Coda "Biggy" Cee, and Nazzy Bea).

At age nine, Sabre Norris became famous after a YouTube video of her landing 540 skate trick on a half-pipe went viral worldwide.

The intrepid skater only managed to land the trick on her 75th attempt of the day.

Norris became the third female in history and the first Australian female to complete the one-and-a-half aerial rotation.

In 2014, Sabre was featured in Kid Mac's music video "Higher."

Sabre Norris: the prolific skater landed a 540 aged nine | Photo:

The Rise to Stardom

At only 11 years old, she was the second-youngest-ever surfer to compete as a wildcard in the inaugural edition of the 2016 Sydney International Women's Pro at Cronulla, Australia.

Norris got the invitation to the World Surf League event from her favorite surfer, Sally Fitzgibbons.

Her infectious personality rose to stardom during an interview for Australia's Channel 9, The Today Show.

In the chat with Karl Stefanovic, Sabre Norris revealed that she would love to spend the prize money on doughnuts and mocked her father's weight.

She also told viewers that the nerves of competing make her "sometimes feel like I'm going to vomit" and that "cucumbers are good for your health."

The hilarious interview went viral, and soon, the teenager was invited to several TV shows across the world, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Sabre Norris won the silver medal at the 2018 X Games in the park skateboarding division.

The Norris Nuts

In the same year, the young gun revealed she lives with a health condition - Chiari malformation.

The condition, formerly known as Arnold-Chiari malformation, is a structural skull defect that causes the brain tissue to push and extend down into the spinal canal.

In the medium and long term, the consequences could be mental impairment and growth problems.

However, the growth hormones she's been taking seem to be working despite being diagnosed with scoliosis.

Sabre Norris, alongside her siblings, is one of the stars of "The Norris Nuts," a popular YouTube channel with millions of followers, also known as "legends."

The Norris Nuts family is now an established influencer brand that has already worked with multinational companies such as Mattel, Disney, Nintendo, Hasbro, Lego, Woolworths, Cartoon Network, SeaLife, DHD, and many more.

The children's collective has also released a series of songs on Spotify and YouTube that have been listened to millions of times.

They launched the "World of Pets" video game and run an online shop.

The Norris Nuts: Sabre leads an influencer brand with millions of followers | Photo:

A Global Influencer

Sabre Norris is 4'7'' (1.40 meters) tall and weighs around 110 pounds (50 kilograms).

She is Christian and home-schooled.

The blue-eyed surfer-skater with curly, golden-brown hair has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

She can often be seen riding her skateboard at Bondi Skate Park.

Sabre always dreamed of winning a gold medal at the X Games and becoming a women's surfing world champion.

Fellow countrywoman and multiple-time surfing world champion Stephanie Gilmore once revealed: "I just hope I'm not on tour when Sabre Norris qualifies because she is incredible."

Sabre Norris has millions of followers on Facebook (@sabrenorrisofficial), Instagram (@sabrenorris), TikTok (@sabrenorris), Twitter (@sabrenorris), and YouTube (@thenorrisnuts).

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