All-Female Competitive Paintball Team to Compete at 2016 NXL Las Vegas Open professional paintball tournament

All-Female Competitive Paintball Team to Compete at 2016 NXL Las Vegas Open professional paintball tournament
Kat Secor
, longtime competitive paintball player, professional fitness competitor, local California business owner and captain of all-female tournament paintball team Destiny announced today the team would enter and compete in the 2016 NXL Las Vegas Open professional paintball tournament. 

Destiny will go head-to-head with some of the best male and co-ed paintball teams in the world at the first NXL event of 2016, to be held in Las Vegas March 18-20, 2016, to prove that women can be victorious in a predominantly male sport.

With a mission of positively promoting female paintball players and gender equality in the male-dominated sport of tournament paintball, Destiny has played on the national and regional levels for several seasons, even winning a National Professional Paintball League title several years ago. “Women have just as much skill and talent as male paintball players,” stated Destiny Captain Kat Secor, who continued “we may be at a slight physical disadvantage, but we can counter this through training and hard work!”

To fill out a roster of serious female tournament paintball players in a sport that is almost entirely male, Destiny has sourced players from around the United States and even the rest of the world, and will put their talent on display in Las Vegas in March.

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