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Gridlock & Next Level win the National PB Supply 10th Anniversary 5 Man


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NASHVILLE, TN: June 14, 2000: The 10th Anniversary Five Man Challenge, sponsored by National Paintball Supply, NJ and the fourth stop on The 2000 ZAP Tour ended Sunday, June 11 with Team Gridlock from New Jersey taking 1st place in the Amateur Class and Next level of New York winning the Novice/Rookie Class competitions. Team Tempest, from New York, won the coveted WPF Sportsmanship Award in yet another successful World Paintball Federation tournament.

Top Gun Paintball, with owner Ray Gong and manager Glenn Guadagnini,
hosted this event and provided a challenging speedball and hyper-ball field on
which teams competed in temperatures that reached into the high 90's. The
New York Dogs, a WPF member team, provided the finest staff of trained
referees available and set a new standard in refereeing excellence.

"Al Penino and the New York Dogs proved to be the finest refereeing squad
we have ever experienced. The professionalism and diplomacy they exhibited
exceeded our expectations and raised the standard, once more, for all
paintball tournaments," says Chip Herbert, operations director for the
WPF. "These men endured dangerous heat conditions that would have crippled most squads. With determination and professionalism, the " Dogs " produced the finest refereeing I have ever seen."

Working within the computerized, state-of-the-art WPF/ ZAP Administration
Trailer, the staff of the WPF and Steve Moore of ZAP Paintballs worked
hand-in-hand with Gino Postorivo of National Paintball Supply, NJ to
ensure the safety and enjoyment of this tournament in the extreme weather
conditions.

By winning the Amateur Class competition, Gridlock 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, 5 Bob Long Defiants, five 32 Degree Team Jerseys, as well as plaques. Team Next Level received $1000.00 gift certificate from Electronic Express.Com , a
JT USA  sponsorship package, five 32 Degree team jerseys, 10 cases of Team Color paint,  five cases of ZAP Pro Series Premium Tournament paint, as well as plaques for their victory in the Rookie/Novice Class competition. Team Tempest 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, Gridlock earned 200
points toward the prized WPF World Ace title while Next Level 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/ ZAP  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.
 


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