About the FSA
The Fiji Surfing Association (FSA) is the sole national governing body in all matters relating to surfing, and access to surfing beaches for the public of Fiji. It is the mission of the FSA to bring the sport of surfing to the people of Fiji by encouraging and enabling mass participation with emphasis on youth and children.Read more...
The association also educates people about water safety and the importance of the environment, to ensure that the natural resources of the Fiji Islands are maintained for the future enjoyment of tomorrow’s children.
2012 Volcom Fiji pro
ASP International and Volcom are pleased to announce the return of the world’s best surfers to one of the most perfect waves on the planet with the confirmation of the Volcom Fiji Pro to the 2012 ASP World Title season.Read more...
Latest news from FSAWaverider wins 2013 best feature film at Aeotearoa Surf Film FestivalNo comments | by admin | posted on Monday, February 25th, 2013Read more...ISEI TOKOVOU stars in international surf film Waverider.No comments | by admin | posted on Monday, February 25th, 2013Read more...
Get in Touch
For all matters relating to Fiji Surfing Association, please get on contact with:
John Philip (JP)
Tel: +679 999 7719
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