Lifestyle brand Stance will continue as lead sponsor of adaptive surfing following the disciplines recognition by the International Paralympic Committee.
This will continue acting as title sponsor of the Stance International Surfing Association (ISA) World Adaptive Surfing Championship for two more years.
The next edition will take place from November 29 to December 3 at La Jolla Shores beach in La Jolla, California.
“At Stance, we are excited to continue being a part of this amazing event,” said the company's President and Co-Founder of Stance, John Wilson.
"Each athlete has an inspiring story of perseverance, courage, and determination that epitomize our core value of human originality.
“We have watched adaptive surfing blossom before our eyes at the last two editions of the event.
"We are looking forward to contributing to this incredible community in a positive way and being part of the sport’s journey towards Paralympic inclusion."
In 2015, the inaugural ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship became the first global platform for surfers with physical challenges.
A total of 69 athletes from 18 countries participated in an event that has already undergone huge growth since.
“The ISA is proud and excited to make Surfing more accessible to those with physical challenges," added ISA President Fernando Aguerre.
"These world-class athletes deserve a world-class platform to compete, share best practices, and crown world champions.
“The ISA’s commitment to adaptive surfing has never been greater, as we are spearheading the movement via working with the International Paralympic Committee, organising the World Championship, adaptive surfing clinics, symposiums, and leading important development initiatives through our National Federations.
“I would like to give a huge thanks to Stance, who has shown their passion and commitment to being a socially responsible brand that makes a positive impact on the world.
"Stance has been a key partner in growing and developing Adaptive Surfing and we are thrilled to continue to count on their invaluable support."