FSPA - Father/Son
The FSPA is proud to announce to the public the formation of the FSPA-
Father/Son Paintball Association and the FSPA 2001 Tournament Circuit.
The FSPA is an organization dedicated to promoting youth safety,
sportsmanship and building better adult-youth relationships. FSPA members
will enjoy such benefits as, FSPA tournament entry discounts, quarterly
newsletter, free classified advertising in newsletter, laminated FSPA
membership card, special paintball merchandise discounts, and a free
The FSPA 2001 tournament circuit is an adult-youth team competition
featuring two tournaments in one. Participants will compete in a 2-man
center-flag tournament and also a target shooting tournament, with
being awarded from each competition and the points totaled to form
score. Trophies will be awarded to top place finishers. 2001 will be
year for the FSPA with 4 qualifying tournaments scheduled from
April-August. Ending the 2001 season will be a state championship held
September. The FSPA will also hold a non-qualifying event in June and
plans to participate as a special unit at D-Day, June 1-3 at The Bunker
Wyandotte, OK. At the end of each tournament there will be random prize
drawings for the participants, everyone will have an equal chance to
We are very excited about the coming year and look forward to the
challenges of properly educating our youth to assure the future growth
sport of paintball. If you would like more information about the FSPA
Father/Son Paintball Association and the FSPA 2001 Tournament Circuit
contact us at:
FSPA – Father/Son Paintball Association
P.O. Box 701
Ozark, MO 65721
Call or fax
Jon C. Wardlow – FSPA president and tournament director
Father/Son Paintball Association 2001 Tournament Circuit
Open to all youth ages 10-17
Two tournaments in one: 2 man Centerflag / Round Robin &
Target shooting tournament
Registration opens 9 a.m. - Tournament starts at 10 a.m.
April 8th 2001- Paint Games Plus/ 1411 W. Kearney, Springfield, MO
May 6th 2001- Ozark Paintball/ 671 Jackson Spring Rd., Ozark, MO
417-443-6633 (Doennig Sport Swings)
June 1-3 2001- D-Day-The Bunker- Special Group Participation (Non-Qualifier)
918-666-3411 Hwy 60, Wyandotte, OK
July 1st 2001- Springfield Paintball/ 601 N. National, Springfield,
Aug. 5th 2001- Paint Games Plus-North/ 967 NW 375th Jnct. Holden,MO
816-850-6338/417-866-8862 (On Hwy. 50)
Custom plaques for 1st, 2nd, 3rd places
Hundreds of dollars in random prize drawings for participants
(Teams must have participated in at least 2 qualifiers)
Sept. 9th 2001- Paint Games Plus/ 1411 W. Kearney, Springfield, MO
Special Prizes For Championship Tournament- To be announced
Official Entry Form
We have read and understand the rules and enclosed this completed application
and our entry fee to
Father/Son Paintball Association. In signing this application, we hereby
waive and release all
Hosts, Sponsors, and Tournament Officials from all claims for injury
and/or damage, and for any
negligent act or other , incurred in connection with this tournament.
We further understand and agree
that the Tournament Committee reserves the right to refund this submitted
entry fee if, for any reason, it
shall choose not to accept this application. We swear that the facts
given are true and accurate to the
best of our knowledge. Registration Fee: FSPA Member, $50 Per Event
/ Non-Member, $60 Per Event .
All events are field paint only: 500 rounds for $15.00
If you would like to receive information as to how you can become a
FSPA Member, please write to:
FSPA,P.O. Box 701 Ozark, MO 65721 or call 417-485-6205
Location ____________________ Date_______ Division _____ Member # ______
Father Name _____________________________Address_________________________
State___ Zip ______ Phone ( )_________ E- Mail _________Signature________________
Son Name _____________________________D.O.B. ________ Address________________
or City _______________________State ____ Zip ________
Daughter Phone ( ) _____________ Signature _______________________
We need Equipment ______# needed / We do not need any Equipment _____
Rental equipment is included in entry fee if needed
In Addition: except where legally prohibited, by accepting any prize
the winners and all participants
grant permission for FSPA- and those acting under its authority to
use his/her name, photograph,
voice and/or likeness of advertising and/or publicity purposes without
Note: Make check payable to the FSPA. Enter early for tie-breaker advantage.
No refunds, unless
tournament is canceled for reasons of safety. No refunds for any other
2- Man Tournament Rules:
1.The length of each game shall not exceed 5 minutes.
2.All guns will be chrono-graphed to no more than the
individual playing fields limits before the
3.Each team member shall start each game with no more
than 200 paintballs, no additional paint
can be carried onto the playing field. Each
player will enter the on deck area with a full hopper. .
Players may not leave the on deck area with
their paintball guns after they have entered.
4.Any player leaving or shooting from outside the field
boundaries will called out.
5.A player is out of the game if he is hit by a paintball
and it breaks on him, this includes his
clothing, gun or equipment.
6.When a player is marked he/she is to immediately call
themselves out, install their barrel plug
and leave the field while holding their gun
over their head.
7.If there is a question as to whether a player has been
marked, call for a "paint check", play will
cease and not resume until the referee has
made his decision.
8.Each game will be refereed by 4 persons, 2 supplied
by the host field and 2 adults from each
team, rotating after they have finished playing
Game Format: 2 – Man center-flag
Flag hang 50 points
First flag pull is 30 points
Flag in transit and in possession of a live player at the end of the
game is 15 points
Elimination are 10 points
Maximum possible score per game is 100 points. A tie in this tournament
will result in the teams
participating in a final deciding game.
1.Hot gun is – 10 points
2.Any player wiping paint or aggressive play after being
marked with a obvious hit is - 50 points
3.Foul language, 1 warning then – 25 points
4.Calling a paint check on another player, 1 warning then
- 25 points
Target shooting rules:
1.All contestants shall wear goggles while in the shooting
2.All contestants shall use a Tippman Model 98, with Flat
line barrel, powered by a 68 cu in
compressed air system. This gun will be provided
by the FSPA – Father / Paintball Association.
3.The paintball gun will be chrono-graphed to Approx.
290 fps, before each team participates.
4.Field paint shall be provided by the FSPA – Father /
Son Paintball Association.
5.All targets will be the same size and located at the
following intervals, 25 ft, 50 ft, 75 ft, 100 ft,
and 150 ft.
6.Each team member will have 5 shots at each target on
the coarse, a hit on any target will count
as 2 points. Max. team score is 100 points.
7.Each team members scores will be totaled and recorded
by the tournament officials. A tie in this
tournament will result in a shoot off between
8.Any disputes of the scores must be made to tournament
The following points for each event- 2- man center-flag and target tournament
shall be awarded as
1st Place 50 Points 6th Place 25 Points
2nd Place 45 Points 7th Place 20 Points
3rd Place 40 Points 8th Place 15 Points
4th Place 35 Points 9th Place 10 Points
5th Place 30 Points 10th Place 5 Points
All other teams shall be awarded 2 points for participation.
These point totals will be combined and the team with the largest total
will be the winners. In the event
of a final point total tie the team with the earliest entry will be
FSPA Mission Statement
The goal of the FSPA-Father/Son Paintball Association is to promote
the future growth of the sport of paintball, by providing competent instruction
in such issues as safety and sportsmanship while also building better adult
and youth relationships.