- Chapter 5 of Internal Damage, “Chopping Block”
- Interview with Baltimore Revo, Going Pro at PSP Chicago
- 2014 PSP Chicago Open Field Layout
- Chapter 4 of Internal Damage, “Blindsided”
- Riley Sullivan and XSV Part Ways, New Players Added to Roster
- Baltimore Revo Goes Pro, Enters PSP Challengers Division
- Pro Team Texas Storm Disbands, Fire at Home Field
- 2014 PSP Mid Atlantic Open Challengers Finals Video
- 2014 CPL Pro Finals, Houston Heat vs Edmonton Impact Video
- Tampa Bay Damage, Art Chaos Raw Practice Video
Alex Spence Cancer/Paintball Article in the Tampa Bay Times
- Updated: March 7, 2012 at 11:03 AM
Alex Spence’s story is not new to many paintball players. He was diagnosed with a fatal Cancer and had to bow out of paintball to fight for his life. We’ve interviewed Alex multiple times about his battle with Cancer, each time I read/watch/hear about his fight I am personally astonished that he is even able to play paintball anymore.
We’ve recently filmed and seen Alex play paintball both in Tampa Bay and in Sacramento, where the team flew out to scrimmage the Los Angeles Ironmen. He’s been practicing for his comeback this weekend at the 2012 PSP Galveston Island Open. I’ve watched him interact with his teammates, joke around, play paintball, and just be a regular guy. All this after visiting him during his battle, and it’s definitely something amazing to see.
Earlier this year, I contacted the Tampa Bay Times about Alex’s story. I provided them with information about Alex’s journey and sent them the link to the video we made about Alex. Their sports staff writer, Joe Smith, replied. He had interest in writing a story about it. I immediately put him in touch with Alex. Now they’ve posted the story to the Tampa Bay Times website.
This is not just about paintball. It’s about a persons desire to live. To fight and not accept the fatal cards he was dealt. Please go read the article and show some support, the story is amazing and you will not regret spending a few minutes reading it. I want to send a huge thanks to Joe Smith for taking the time to put this story together.
To read the full article on the Tampa Bay Times, please visit: tampabay.com