|Sabre Norris Quick Info|
|Height||4 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||January 3, 2005|
Sabre Norris is an Australian professional surfer, skateboarder, and social media influencer best known for being the 1st female in Australia and the 3rd female in history to land a 540 on a half-pipe successfully. She is also widely known for being one of the youngest females to have been chosen as a wildcard to compete in the World Surf League. Sabre’s fame, however, greatly arises from the family-run YouTube channel The Norris Nuts which has more than 1 million subscribers. She also has more than 300k followers on Instagram.
Sabre Elle Norris
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
The details about Sabre’s educational qualifications are unknown.
Professional Surfer, Skateboarder, Social Media Influencer
- Father – Justin Norris (Professional Swimmer)
- Mother – Brooke Norris
- Siblings – Biggy (Brother) (YouTuber), Naz (Sister) (YouTuber), Disco Norris (Younger Brother), Sockie (Sister) (YouTuber)
Sabre self-manages her career.
4 ft 8 in or 142 cm
48 kg or 106 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Sabre has opted to keep her personal life away from the public domain, which makes it difficult for us to ascertain anything about her love life.
Race / Ethnicity
Bright blue eyes
Sabre has done endorsement work for several brands including Slurpee.
Best Known For
- Making an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2016 and being her correspondent at the 2017 Kids Choice Awards
- Calling her dad fat and revealing his ice-cream addiction during a live interview with the Today news panel
- Being amongst the top Australian professional women surfers. She is the 1st female in Australia and the 3rd in the world to do a 540 skateboard stunt.
- Uploading videos of pranks, features, talk-times, and challenges on the family-run YouTube channel The Norris Nuts
First TV Show
Sabre made her first TV show appearance on Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2016.
She is also a professional surfer and skateboarder which means that she needs to have strong core muscles and a good level of balance. This can be attained from leg exercises like calf raises and hamstring curls.
Sabre Norris Favorite Things
- Food – Pizza Hut Buffet
- Surfing Place – Snapper Rocks
Source – CoastalWatch.com
Sabre Norris Facts
- At the age of 9, she became the 1st female in Australia and the 3rd female in history to have successfully completed a 540 on a half pipe. A video of her record-setting stunt was uploaded to the YouTube channel The Berrics which has more than 2 million views.
- The Norris fans are known as “Legends”.
- Sabre’s talents have been featured in several editorials such as Seventeen magazine, NY Daily News, and UK Daily.
- In 2013, she was featured in Kid Mac’s music video “Higher”.
- She is considered to be amongst the top Australian professional surfers alongside Sally Fitzgibbons, Coco Ho, and Isabella Nichols.
- In 2017, Ellen DeGeneres had sent Sabre to be her orange carpet correspondent at the Kids Choice Awards held at the Galen Center, Los Angeles, California.
- In 2017, she was diagnosed with a condition called “Chiari malformation” which is restricting her growth as brain tissues have been extending into her spinal canal.
- During an interview with Today in 2016, she made the newscasters burst out laughing after she called her dad a fat man who was once a professional swimmer and told them about his ice-cream eating addiction.
- In 2016, Sabre had achieved an all-time high ranking #190 on the World Surf League charts.
- In 2018, Sabre won a silver at the X Games Women’s Skateboard Streets competition during her debut run.
- The Norris Nuts YouTube channel was originally named “Sabre Norris” and later renamed to “Sabre Norris And The Norris Nuts”.
- In 2018, she was placed first in the Bowl-A-Rama which was held in Bondi.
- In 2018, a video on YouTube uploaded by “The Norris Nuts” featured Sabre stating that she was going to leave YouTube in order to be able to devote her full attention towards skateboarding.
- Visit her official website @ www.sabrenorris.com.
- Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Featured Image by Sabre Norris / Instagram