As most of you know I've recently decided to hang up my cleats as they say and take a little break from paintball. I've been called to serve an LDS Mission in Carlsbad, CA (so I'm sure I'll be seeing you guys that play WCPPL or RPL). I'm leaving on August 29th, so I will still be around for a couple months, but I'm sure there will be a lot of you that I don't see again before I leave so I figured this was appropriate.
I want to thank everyone I've ever met or been involved with throughout my paintball career. You guys have made the last four years of my life a dream come true. I've had more fun traveling and playing paintball with you guys than from doing anything else in my life. I call a lot of you my brothers, and that's not something I take lightly. So thank you all!
I need to give a special shout out to all my previous teams, teammates, and coaches. Without you guys I wouldn't be who I am today.
Basic - You guys gave me my start, I'll never forget that.
Ballistic & The Sorensen family - For taking me in and introducing me to a whole new world of paintball
Tombstone and Craig Rippen
- You guys are my brothers. I would take a bullet for any of you. I wouldn't be who I am today without the lessons and experiences I've learned and gained from playing amongst you guys. Thank you so much.
SLT, Peder, and Austin - You know what you mean to me, I don't even have to say it. I love you guys.
Also a special thanks to Ted Frost. I owe him more than I can ever repay him, I couldn't have kept playing paintball if it wasn't for you Ted. Thank you for always being willing to lend a hand, no questions asked.
And Braden.. don't think I forgot you bro. You are my best friend, and I'm not afraid to admit my love for you. You and your family have become more of a family to me than my own, and I'll never forget what you've done for me. Our memories will never fade homie.
Thanks again to everyone! I hope paintball is still around when I come home
Clint CJ Feinauer.