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World Cup

World Cup 1997 If there is one tournament that could be considered the "Holy Grail" of paintball these days, it would be the National Professional Paintball League World Cup, held each October at Paintball World in Kissimmee Florida. This event, produced by Jerry Braun, the editor of Paintball Sports International, and producer of the ESPN World Championships of Paintball currently airing on ESPN and ESPN 2 brings many of the best professional and amateur 5 and 10 man teams together from around the world. It's not unusual while strolling the grounds here to see Jerseys in French, Spanish and Russian, or to hear Australian and British accents. The mixture of Pro and Amateur teams in the preliminary rounds is a good proving ground for amateurs working their way up into the pro ranks, and occasionally a lesson in humility for the professionals.

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