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FCS Backs Surfing Australia Through To 2020

Surfing Australia and FCS have strengthened their partnership for another two years after inking a new deal through to 2020.

The FCS Find Your Fin display in the surfboard room at Surfing Australia’s High Performance Centre (HPC). Photo: Surfing Australia

For the duration of the partnership, FCS will remain a support sponsor and exclusive fin and hardware provider to the Surfing Australia High Performance Centre (HPC), including an FCS Find Your Fin Activation in the HPC surfboard room.

FCS fins will also be used in the 70-strong surfboard testing quiver provided by JS Industries, Firewire, Lost, Mark Richards Surfboards and Pyzel.

“FCS is so excited to continue our partnership with the Surfing Australia High Performance Centre,” said FCS Sports Marketing Manager and Brand Ambassador Richie Lovett. “The HPC is all about facilitating the performance pathway for surfers, and that ethos has direct synergy with the FCS brand, so this is a natural fit for us.”

In addition to the wide selection of fins in the test centre, FCS will provide hardware including FCS leashes, board bags and deck grips for the boards in the HPC test quiver. They will also provide prize packs for participants at many of the HPC camps.

Surfing Australia’s General Manager Partnerships, Digital and Events Jake White believes that this will allow all HPC participants to take advantage of the best fin systems available whilst training or attending camps at the centre.

“We are stoked to continue our partnership with FCS through the Surfing Australia High Performance Centre and also through engaging content solutions and publishing across our digital and broadcast platforms.”

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