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Landslide & Confused win 5 Man

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NASHVILLE, TN: May 30, 2000: The World Paintball Federation's 2000 St. Louis Challenge, sponsored by Tippmann Pneumatics, Inc. ended Sunday, May 28
with Team Landslide from Missouri taking 1st place in the Amateur Class and Confused of Tennessee winning the Novice/Rookie Class competitions. Team Supernatural, from Wisconsin, won the coveted WPF Sportsmanship Award in
this the largest, most successful WPF regional tournament to date.

The host site, X-treme Paintball which is co-owned by Sal Brigulio and Ned Loetz and co-managed by Shane Kinzel and Sage Lehr provided 2 challenging speedball fields and 2 superb woods fields on which almost 40 amateur and novice/rookie teams from 10 states competed in this 3rd stop on the WPF/ZAP Tour. With the WPF's ultimate referee Bill
Bryant leading the way, X-treme paintball also fielded 3 teams of referees that proved to be exceptional. 

" The 2000 Tippmann Five Man Challenge represents a new level of success and professionalism in the development of paintball tournaments," states Chip Herbert, operations director for the WPF. " The WPF-trained referee staff for this tournament set a standard of quality that will become the norm
for all WPF events. I am proud to have worked with such a fine group of people; and, we look forward to working with Sal and his staff again."

By winning the Amateur Class competition, Team Landslide received free entry into the 2000 WPF/ZAP International Masters in New Orleans along with hotel rooms, travel expenses, 10 cases of ZAP Pro Series Tournament paint, and
plaques. Team Confused received $1000.00 gift certificate from Electronic Express.Com , a JT USA  sponsorship package, as well as plaques for their victory in the Rookie/Novice Class competition. Team Supernatural was awarded a custom barrel trophy from Custom Products,Inc. and custom grip frames from Benchmark Manufacturing as the Sportsmanship Award, the most priced of all WPF awards.

With their victory in the 2000 St. Louis Challenge, Team Landslide earned 200 points toward the prized WPF World Ace title while team Confused earned 200 points toward the WPF Nov Ace title. The WPF World Ace and Nov Ace Circuits are a series of competitions consisting of six WPF regional
tournaments, independently produced wildcard tournaments, and local league competitions. The circuits culminate at the WPF International Masters, where circuit leaders compete to determine who will earn the Ace titles. The amateur team that wins the World Ace title receives a full year's sponsorship from ZAP Paintballs, National Paintball Supply NJ, Scott USA,
National Paintball Supply SC, Tippmann Pneumatics, Indian Creek Designs and Worr Game Products. The novice team earning the Nov Ace title receives paint and equipment prizes worth nearly $4000.
 
Interested parties may find out more about the WPF and the WPF World Ace and Nov Ace circuits online at http://www.wpfonline.com. Inquires should be directed to the WPF, PO Box 40985, Nashville, TN 37204, phone 615-383-6533,
fax 615-383-6067. Contact Chip Herbert (chip@wpfonline.com) for team information, Sam Caldwell (sam@wpfonline.com) for promotions and press, Jim Lively (jim@wpfonline.com) for sponsor and trade show information.
 
 


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