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OBR, Outbreak and Total Grief Take 1st Place at Music City Open

NASHVILLE, TN, November 20, 2000: The World Paintball Federation's
A.C.I. Music City Open ended yesterday with Team O.B.R. from Ohio winning the amateur class competition, Outbreak from Kentucky taking the novice class competition, and Total Grief from Missouri placing 1st in the rookie class competition. Chain Reaction from Georgia took home the prized WPF/ZAP Sportsmanship Award from this, the 1st tournament of the WPF/ZAP Tour 2001. Team Static from Florida, while placing 3rd in the amateur class competition, was awarded the 2000 World Ace title as the top
points-scoring, amateur team from the 2000 WPF/ZAP Tour. Placing 14th in the amateur class competition was the Nasty Dough Boys from Missouri who took home the 2000 Nov Ace award as the top novice/rookie team from the 2000 WPF/ZAP Tour. The Music City Open is the oldest, annual tournament in the history of paintball.

Hosted by Nashville Paintball Sports, the 17th Annual Music City Open
welcomed almost 50 teams from across the U.S.A. into this 5-player,
all-concept field tournament. The freezing temperatures proved no match for
teams competing for over $40,000 in cash and prizes from A.C.I., ZAP
Paintball, W.G.P, and Scott U.S.A.  A.C.I.'s Greg and Jeanette Sullivan, the
title sponsors for this event, were on hand to provide technical support and
over $20,000 in prizes and sponsorships for the teams. ZAP Paintball's Nolan
Pfaff was also present to guarantee every case of ZAP Performance Plus
paintballs sold, and to present the over 70 cases over Performance Plus
paintballs to outstanding teams.

Under the direction of WPF Ultimate and Director of Referees, Bill Bryant,
the WPF, once again, provided participants with the finest judging staff
available. "The WPF has built a first class reputation by providing the very
best judges possible for every event," says Chip Herbert, WPF Operations
Director. " We train our referees to be professional, helpful, and supportive to our teams; however, we demand enforcement of the all safety and game rules. Our supporters expect this."

By winning the amateur class competition, O.B.R. took home $5000 cash
plus medals and trophies. Outbreak and Total Grief both received 5 A.C.I.
Air Systems, 5 sets of Raven goggles, 5 cases of ZAP Performance Plus
paintballs, with medals and trophies for placing first in the novice and rookie class competitions, respectively. Chain Reaction received 60 cases of ZAP Performance Plus paintballs, 5 ZAP team jerseys, as well as 5 custom barrels from C.P.I. as winners of the WPF Sportsmanship award.

For more information about the WPF, the Music City Open, or the WPF/ZAP Tour for 2001, contact  the WPF at 615.383.6533 and or go online to

Chip Herbert
WPF Operations

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