Baca Loco over at View From The Dead Box has introduced a new series entitled, Pro*files! Taking up and coming stars in the sport of pro paintball, and bringing them into the light of the online paintball community (hopefully readers outside as well). The Pro*file’s will feature both paintball players that have become household names, along with those individuals many of us will become much more familiar with throughout the coming months. Check out what Baca Loco uncovered on Billy Bernacchia of pro paintball team Vicious!
Dynasty makes their second pickup of the week, snake player Billy Bernacchia, formerly of VICIOUS and the New England Hurricanes. Billy missed the last PSP event due to being teamless, but has been playing NPPL with Avalanche.
Jack Wood brings us up to speed with the new Eclipse Ego 10. Jack explains the reasoning behind the Ego10 and discusses how the gun is evolving to the new demands of the game; have less kick, less barrel rise, … Read More
The numbers are in! After a turbulent start, the 2010 NPPL All-Star Draft has been finalized (and wildly disputed). Check out this weeks rumor report featuring the latest paintball news and gossip from LA Ironmen, San Diego Aftermath, Newport Entourage, San Francisco Explicit, New England Hurricanes, and Oakland Blast.
The Pro Paintball Millennium Event #1 in Malaga, Spain is off to a rough start. Iceland has managed to allow their volcanoes to erupt for the second time in less than a month, and over 17,000 flights have been cancelled throughout northern Europe! The paintball gods might not be favoring those of us who decided to travel just a flight too late, though this no doubt will make for a very interesting event.
Pro Paintball has had the chance to sit down with the owner of School of Paintball in Puerto Rico. Pro paintball players such as Billy Bernacchia and pro paintball coach, Marc Lancia. Here’s what Robert Guzman had to say:
School of Paintball was created for those players that didn’t have a facility to develop their game to another level; with a combination of other elements that make paintball and all other sports a completed one. During April 2009, Robert Guzman, owner of Mindbreaker Paintball Field in Puerto Rico, was committed to change paintball. In the northwest side of the island, there were no facilities to meet PSP field regulations. To make matters worse, all the paintball fields were only open on Sundays. Robert began opening every Monday and Thursday to emphasize on techniques, good physical workout, and following up students with their grades in school; the goal was to have a complete player on and off the paintball field.
Billy Bernacchia of VICIOUS recently had the opportunity to go on a paintball adventure of a lifetime. Planet Eclipse sent Billy and Eclipse master tech P.J. along with the EclipseTV crew to Latin America to experience the culture, compete in … Read More