Archive for March, 2010

White Gold DYE NT

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

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Billy Wing teaches in the Dominican Republic

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Last weekend Billy Wing made his way down to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and hosted The NT experience and pro-school at Monster Paintball.  It was a great weekend with good weather and fun paintball. The students of the clinic were able to spend the weekend learning from one of the best in the business, and had a chance to play with DYE’s  latest gear including the new NT, DM10, and Rotor.

About 45 people showed up for the event, and showed that paintball is healthy, strong and growing in the Dominican Republic., with students ranging in age from 7 years old to 50 plus.  DYE paintball also supported the event with lots of giveaways like hats, t-shirts, and more.  DYE would like to thank Monster Paintball and the Diaz family for playing host to a great weekend of paintball, and to all the players who showed up to enjoy the weekend.

Jungle Boyz win at CBP Sao Paulo – Brazil

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Last weekend we had the first 2010 CBP Event at Mega Play Morumbi Paintball Field in Sao Paulo Brazil. We had 27 teams at the event, it was a very good beginning with a total of 150 games played in 2 days. The games started Saturday at 8:00 am and finished 5:00 pm  and on Sunday started 8:00 and finished 3:00 pm.

Rocky Cagnoni was on hand to offer his world class support to all the players with DYE and Proto guns.

Our Dye team (Jungle Boyz) did great and took 1st Place.  What a great way to start the 2010 CBP Season.

Congratulations to the Open Division Dye sponsored teams:
- 1st Place    Jungle Boyz
- 4th Place     Suminami
- 5th Place    Rapinas

Amateur division Dye supported teams:
-1st Place    Ninjinhas Black
- 3rd Place    Sabotagem
- 4th Place    Minas das Gerais
- 5th Place    Jungle Boyz AM

Columbia CSP – Scott Kemp and Brandon Short report

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Last week the CSP held their first event in Bogota, Colombia. it was a great weekend with good weather and great games. Brandon Short and Scott Kemp of the LA Ironmen were in attendance and held a pro-school the day before the event.  In the end it was a great tournament for DYE with 6 of the top 8 teams wearing and shooting DYE.

Just got back from the CSP in Columbia with Brandon Short. We played with Evolution from Ecuador. They are all a bunch of great kids and players. We arrived Thursday night pretty late and had a clinic to do Friday morning. We had 13 player sign up for our clinic and I think it went pretty well thanks to Juan Carlos who let us use his field and set us up. The tournament started Saturday and went all day long. The format was X-Ball race to 4 and the layout was the field we played in Phoenix PSP. The league has 2 divisions, semi pro and open.

The first thing I noticed was that every team and player was in Dye gear head to toe. It was nice to see that transformation because the last time I was in South America it was all pretty much some other brands. Good to see South America is coming to their senses. We went undefeated Saturday and our kids Evolution went 3-1 and put them in the next round. Sunday came around and we were still undefeated. Now it was finals time and both Evolution teams were in the finals. Unfortunately we both took 2nd place. We were beat by a great team called Wild Dogs from Colombia. The final score was 3-2. Overall it was a really good trip and everyone down there was awesome to us! I cant wait to go back! Thank you to Juan Daniel and all the Evolution guys. And thank you to Juan Carols for all the help.
-Scott Kemp

Congratulations to all the teams that participated in the event.

Final results

1st. Wild Dogz
2nd. Evolution (Dye)
3rd. Way Out (Dye)
4th. Tsunami (Dye)

1st. Pieles Rojas
2nd. Evolution Jr. (Dye)
3rd. Low Profile Jr. (Dye)
4th. Bersekers (Dye)

Coach Mike Paxson keeping busy with coaching and tournaments.

Friday, March 26th, 2010

“We would not be where we are today without Mike’s help. He has a knack for coaching, especially game preparation and reading teams,” said Craig Lewis. Craig Lewis owns Oasis Paintball Park in Fort Myers, Florida, and paintball team, Florida Annihilators. A little history – Lewis, along with Mike Bogolub (aka “Boogie” – famous paintball referee and paintball personality) and four others started the team back in the mid-80s. Todd Adamson, former DYE player for Chicago Aftershock and the Los Angeles Ironmen played for the Annihilators before he broke off from that team (with Craig Lewis) to form Team “Rage” (now known as Miami Rage). Going back to his roots, Lewis went back to buy the name, the “Annihilators”.

Last year, Paxson coached the D3 Florida Annihilators and helped them win the 2009 Central Florida Paintball Series (CFPS) D3 Championship and the 2009 World Cup D3 Championship. Under the Annihilator’s umbrella is D4 level team “Edge”. They credit Paxson for their recent wins in the CFPS. Edge has already won the D4 X-Ball Championship at the first two CFPS events this year.

Mike Paxson is also coaching Alabama’s Team PR1ME this season in the CFOA. PR1ME will be competing in the CFOA’s X-Ball D3 Division this 2010 and already, Mike has helped the team win their first event of the season at the Lakeland, Florida, event that took place at the end of February.

Also at the end of last February, Paxson was one of six professional players that instructed at the Paintball Bootcamp at San Diego’s Camp Pendleton. Paxson will be hosting more clinics in the future, so stay tuned for those dates at

Additionally, Paxson will be hosting his own series of regional tournaments in the Central and South parts of Florida. He first debuted his one-on-one tournament at Oasis Paintball Park.

Coming up, Paxson will be attending the next CFOA X-Ball Division event at Carolina Paintball Park in China Grove, North Carolina.

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