Cool New Waterproof Portable Sound from Fusion

Fusion Steroactive

Sept 21, 2016

STEREOACTIVE is the world’s first purpose-built, portable, IPx7 waterproof, floating, watersports stereo.It has built-in Bluetooth audio streaming, AM/FM radio with weatherband available in the U.S. and USB audio playback. Users can easily and securely attach the stereo to any paddleboard, kayak, canoe, boat or even hot tub with the unique Puck-It mount system. STEREOACTIVE lets you take your FUSION sound with you where no other stereo system will go!

Victoria Couple in Skud Class Win Olympic Sailing Silver Medal
Medal Winners Mcroberts

Victoria Couple John McRoberts and Jackie Gay, win a hard fought Silver Medal in the Skud class at the Paralympic Games.
John, a quadriplegic, since driving into shallow water at the age of 18, is the helmsman and tactician, while Jackie does sail trim.

Jackie, lost her leg will crash in Cameroon, when a landslide sent her and her former husband’s Land Rover over a cliff.
For John, having won gold in 1996 and bronze in 2008, this will bring to an end, his and Jackie’s Olympic dreams as the sailing program is been removed from the 2020 games in Tokyo..

Congratulations to both of you, your support group and your coaches!


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