Rob Rojas wins Tahoe Fall Classic 22-Miler |

Rob Rojas wins Tahoe Fall Classic 22-Miler

Staff report
Submitted to swright@sierrasun.comJosiah and Joshua Brackett and Trent Carter participated in the fourth annual Tahoe Fall Classic on Sept. 18.

Rob Rojas of San Clemente captured first place in the fourth annual Tahoe Fall Classic 22-Mile Paddleboard Race on Lake Tahoe on Sunday, Sept. 18.

Rojas, an O’Neill-sponsored athlete, posted a time of 3 hours, 18 minutes and 26 seconds to finish ahead of runner-up Hogan Kania of Greenbrae, who finished in 3:44:10.

Rand Carter of Tahoe Vista was the top local finisher, as he placed seventh in a time of 3:50:35.

A total of 91 people finished the race, including 9-year-old paddlers Trent Carter of Tahoe Vista and Joshua Bracket of South Lake Tahoe.

The race was the third and final stop on the O’Neill Tahoe Cup Race Series.

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