The PSP has released a statement regarding the changes to the 2011 paintball season.

Lane Wright from the PSP has issued a statement on the event and his thoughts about the best paintball event of the season.

pspTuesdays rumor that the PSP was considering adjusting the rate of fire for the 2010 season proved to be a hot topic for the paintball community. We were fortunate enough to catch up with Lane Wright, President of the PSP, and ask him a few questions. Lane was kind enough to fill us in on a few issues and most importantly he provided an official statement for you, our readers, concerning the rate of fire issue. Check it out below..

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ProPaintball sits down with PSP Commissioner Lane Wright to discuss the state of the PSP, the future of paintball, merger rumors, and much more. Read on for an inside look at competitive paintball.

Credible sources report that USPL President Chuck Hendsch was spotted meeting with Keely Watson and PSP President Lane Wright at the USPL DC Challenge today. It should be noted that both parties appeared prepared with notebooks in hand so as … Read More

A few weeks back you asked Mike Hinman several questions including what it is like to lead the winningest team in paintball, steps to run a successful paintball team, NPPL, PSP and the WCPPL, coaching your team to victory, as well as the inside scoop as to what happened to San Diego Aftermath. Hinman, the coach of pro paintball team San Diego Dynasty, has answered your questions.

ProPaintball will be interviewing Lane Wright regarding the modifications for the 2011 paintball season. Post up your questions!

In the second Gab-fest episode we have the Chief Operating Officer of the PSP, Lane Wright, or better known as, “the guy who runs the PSP.” Discussed is his position with the PSP and personal thoughts and opinions of the league and the paintball industry. Read on to watch and comment.

ProPaintball talks with Lane Wright and sets the record straight on the Valken and DYE controversy. Read on for the official scoop.