Sally Fitzgibbons is an Australian professional surfer on the World Surf League (WSL) World Tour (2009-2013). A professional since her early teen, Fitzgibbons, is ranked #6 in Women's CT 2018 with 13 Heat wins and a 12.49 Avg. heat score.
2017 Drug Aware Margaret River Pro, Fitzgibbons is possibly single and unmarried. Previously, she was engaged to Australian professional rugby league footballer, Trent Merrin. Furthermore, her current net worth is estimated at $1 million.
As of 2021, Sally Fitzgibbons has an estimated net worth of $1 million, mostly earned through her surfing career. Her total career earning is reported $1.5 Million. According to the source, Fitzgibbons makes annual average earnings of $416,400.
Apart, she is sponsored by various brands including JS surfboards, Burt's Bees, Under Armour, Amazonia, Land Rover, Novotel, Blue Dinosaur, FCS fins, Coco Joy, Devika.com, Red Bull, Samsung, X-Dubai, Firewire surfboards, which definitely adds the decent sum to her net worth.
On March 01, 2016, Samsung re-signed Sally Fitzgibbons as AU Ambassador. In late 2015, Fitzgibbons listed her Minnamurra home on the market for $ 1 million.
Sally Fitzgibbons, 28, is a private person when it comes to her personal life. She enjoys her private life away from the limelight. Since she called off her engagement with NRL football player Trent Merrin, she has not been spotted with a guy in public or on social media sites, who is assumed to be her potential boyfriend or husband.
Well, She and Trent were together for three years and had even taken their relationship to a new level from being a girlfriend to finance. But, the two split off, putting an end to their love affair. She is reportedly single at the moment and importantly, she is yet to find the perfect partner of her life.
Sally Fitzgibbons was born in Gerroa, New South Wales Australia, on 19 December 1990, to Mary Fitzgibbons and Martin Fitzgibbons. Her star sign is Sagittarius. As per nationality, she is an Australian but her ethnicity is unknown.
She grew up alongside three elder brothers. Sally started surfing at the tender age of six. Her father was the one who taught her to surf.
Sally Fitzgibbons' first significant result as a surfer began at the age of 14 when she became the youngest surfer to win an ASP Pro Junior (Under 21's) event. She also finished second at the World Qualifying Series (WQS) Billabong Easter Girls Festival on the same day.
Sally's victorious journey continued throughout her junior years, winning the Australasian Pro Junior Series in 2007 and again in 2008. At 15, Sally represented Australia at the International Surfing Association (ISA) U18 World Surfing Titles in Brazil placing second.
The following year, she traveled to Portugal for the ISA U18 World Titles to win her first World Title and backed it up the next year winning both the Billabong ASP U21 World Title and the ISA World Games Open Title.
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Defeating Carisa Moore in the final of the Rip Curl Women's Pro at Bells Beach, Sally Fitzgibbons won her first ASP World Tour event, on 23 April 2011. A week later Sally won her second ASP World Tour event, once again defeating Carissa Moore in the final of the Subaru Pro in Taranaki, New Zealand.
This victory made her the world's top-ranked female surfer and took the lead in the 2011 ASP World Tour. In August 2011, Sally won her third ASP World Tour event, defeating Lakey Peterson in the final of the US Open of Surf in California, USA. Sally also won the 6-Star event Swatch Girls Pro France in 2011.
Sally won the first-ever Australian Open after defeating 2004 World Champion Sofia Mulanovich in February 2012 thus declaring her the first person to hold the US and Australian Open titles at the same time.
Sally Fitzgibbons claimed three trophies at the 2012 ASP World Surfing Awards: the first was for finishing runner-up in the 2011 World Tour, the second for Women's ASP Heat of the Year, and finally ASP Surfer's Surfer award. Sally's biopic, Behind The Smile, was released at the start of 2014, covering her life as she chased her dream of becoming a World Champion.