SUP Season 3 kicks off |

SUP Season 3 kicks off

Becky Regan / Tahoe Daily Tribune

Standup paddlers braved a light headwind and choppy water as they kicked off Season 3 of South Shore SUP racing Wednesday.

A total of 33 paddlers took to the waters for the first of what will be weekly standup paddle races at Lakeview Commons. The races are hosted by South Tahoe Standup Paddle and held every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Racers should get there by 5:30 p.m. to register.

Wednesday SUP results

1. Jeff and Josh 30:43 (tandem paddlers)

2. Evan Derdowski 30:59 (Men’s 14’ 1st)

3. Damion Estrada 31:00 (Men’s 14’ 2nd)

4. Tom Gandt 32:00 (Men’s Automatic Elite 1st)

5. Josiah Brackett 33:43 (Boys 13-17 1st)

6. Dylan Silver 34:37 (Men’s Automatic Elite 2nd)

7. Paul Zarubin 35:33 (Men’s 14’ 3rd)

8. Ryan Mahoney 35:57 (Men’s SUP surfboard 1st)

9. Charlie Bowman 36:03

10. Mike Keck 38:19

11. Summit Moulton 38:57 (Boys 13-17 2nd)

12. Maria Bowman 39:36 (Women’s Elite 1st)

13. Sarah Callaham 40.09 (Women’s Elite 2nd)

14. Mario Mangiaracina Jr. 41:26 (Boys 13-17 3rd)

15. Kyle Shrauben 41:55

16. Quincy Young 43:23 (Women’s Elite 3rd)

17. Mario Mangiaracina Sr. 43:38 (Men’s SUP surfboard 2nd)

18. Lynn Zarubin 44:18 (Women’s 12’6” 1st)

19. Jude Markward 44:29 (Women’s 12’6” 2nd)

20. Kade Shrauben 44:38 (Boys under 12 1st)

21. Rich Palesano 45:32 (Men’s Automatic Elite 3rd)

22. Terres Tucker 26:54 (Women’s 12’6” 3rd)

23. Bill Dupre 47:44 (Men’s 12’6”1st)

24. Beau Roberts 47:47 (Men’s 12’6” 2nd)

25. Orion Shea 48:18

26. Max Mueller 48:44

27. Tracy Trapani 49:23 (Women’s SUP surf 1st)

28. Jessica Brackett 50:04 (Girls under 12 1st)

29. Matt Griffith 52:17 (Men’s 12’6” 3rd)

30. Drew Smith 56.49 (Men’s SUP surfboard 3rd)

Meghan Burk DNF

Kyla Morison DNF

John Thomaselli (Most Awesome Award)

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