Rob’s recent standup paddleboard race was 1st place at the Mauli Ola Foundation Relay. Upcoming races include: Hobie SUP Festival April 14th, Watermans Sunscreen Paddle For Humanity April 28th, the Key West Classic May 12th, and the O’Neill Tahoe Cup Race May 26th.
About Wild Justice
From the 1,100 miles of coastal waters to the high deserts, the giant sequoias to Sierra Nevada mountains, the 240 California Game Wardens patrol all of the states 159,000 square miles. As the only line of defense in these sparsely populated, and often deadly places, this small group of law enforcement officers are constantly in pursuit of poachers, polluters, and illegal marijuana growers; while still making sure hunters and anglers follow the rules.
About Rob Rojas
Rob Rojas is a professional standup paddleboarder and Fish & Game Warden. Rob first jumped on a standup paddleboard in 2006 when he participated in a 50mile paddle from Dana Point, CA to LaJolla Cove, CA in an effort to raise money for Hurricane Katrina Victims. Since then, Rob has competed around the world and now sees paddleboarding as “A vision, it’s a passion, it’s a Movement.” When not on a paddleboard, Rob protects California’s vast natural resources.
Rob was selected as a 2012 USA Teammate competing in the ISA World Standup Paddle & Paddleboard Championships. Recent SUP races won include: 1st Place New York City O’Neill SEA Paddle, 2X Winner Waterman’s Sunscreen Paddle for Humanity, 1st place Hennessey’s US and International Championships, 1st place Key West Classic, 1st place co-ed division of the 265 mile Texas Water Safari, 1st place Lake Tahoe Fall Classic presented by O’Neill.
Rob resides in San Clemente, CA. Sponsors include: O’Neill, SUP Company, H2O Overdrive, Quickblade, Maui Jim and whatzSUPdog.com.