Sports in Arizona


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  • Westworld Paintball Center
    A flurry of paintballs whiz through the air, splattering their targets with brightly colored pigment. Players at the outdoor Buckeye Xtreme Sports can find cover in the midst of the desert landscape behind bunkers, haystacks, or in fox holes. The location boasts two large fields and on-site CO2 and compressed-air filling stations, and nocturnal players can enjoy nighttime matches during the summer from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. Located in the Sonoran Desert, the outdoor Splatter Ranch location features two sprawling fields across 20 acres of natural terrain. Complete with both building obstacles and natural playing space, Splatter Ranch also provides CO2 and compressed-air filling stations, as well as a pro shop. Players looking to beat the heat can head to the indoor Xtreme Pursuit location, where 500 tons of dirt, obstacles, and bunkers spanning over 33,000 square feet await them. The facility also hosts open games, where all players compete together in as many games to the heart's desire after an orientation. A fully-equipped pro-shop with air smithing services is also available.
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    4240 W Camelback Rd
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Disruptive Paintball
    Across Disruptive Paintball?s six battlefields, teams splatter blotches of color across 18 acres of dry desert landscape. Amidst the shrubs and sparse trees, they slink behind giant wooden spools and up stairs into watchtowers, where they pick off opponents belly crawling up dirt mounds. Players can also post up inside a dilapidated helicopter and various forts or challenge their aim and reflexes on the small speedball court furnished with large inflatable obstacles. Because the center's varied and exciting arena attracts players of virtually every age and skill level?from 7-year-old girls and boys to elderly grandparents?staff members divide participants by skill level to ensure every player has a safe and fun experience. Disruptive Paintball also hosts airsoft nights, a game similar to paintball that uses soft pellets in place of paintballs.
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    1015 W Prince Rd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Bikes Direct
    The mechanics of Bike Masters treat cycles to the repairs and tune-ups that keep life rolling along. They also pair riders with brand-specific bike clothing and accessories such as carriages that give kids, dogs, or stuffed animal collections a place to ride with you. Their armada of bikes spans all cycling varieties, helping customers begin their two-wheeled adventures on bikes ranging from mountain and road to BMX and beach cruisers. Anyone who purchases one of these rides also pedals away with lifetime complimentary tune-ups, a 30-day price match guarantee, and a basic bike fitting.
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    1545 South Power Road
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Aspire Kids Sports Center
    Scott Barclay, a former gymnastics champion and current coach of ASU men's gymnastics team, dreamed of opening a facility to help young kids discover gymnastics. In turn, Aspire Kids Sports Center began with recreational gymnastics for kids as young as 15 months. Through time, the organization—headed by Scott and his wife, Donna—grew to include classes for martial arts, swimming, dance, and cheer. At Aspire's present 32,000-square-foot facility, instructors help fledgling gymnasts traverse an 80-foot tumble track on multiple trampolines. For tykes, there's a wealth of preschool gymnastics equipment, while more advanced gymnastics teams can compete on spring competition floors. Or take advantage of the indoor heated swimming pool with movable platforms, where you can immerse yourself in year-round swimming lessons and stage performances of The Little Mermaid.
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    50 South Hearthstone Way
    Chandler, AZ US
  • Tortoise and Hare Sports
    With brands such as New Balance, Patagonia, and Brooks parading across its shelves, Tortoise and Hare Sports equips customers with the gear they need to pursue healthy, active lifestyles. The shop’s team uncorks a wealth of knowledge to help each individual find the right fit, including a five-point footwear analysis that tailors shoe selections to a person’s gait, form, and measurements. The store’s weekly calendar is also filled with free services, such running clinics that demonstrate how to minimize injuries, maximize performance, and keep overworked toes from forming a union and going on strike. Training programs for marathon runners, free yoga sessions, and group runs are also available.
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    17570 North 75th Avenue
    Glendale, AZ US
  • Sole Sports Running Zone
    Lance Muzslay has completed 20 Ironman triathlons, and his tally keeps on ticking. This means that, in races alone, he has swum 48 miles, biked 2,240 miles, and run 514 miles—the equivalent of a car-less road trip. At Sole Sports Running Zone, he applies his expertise toward outfitting runners with the garb, gels, and kicks they’ll need to pound the pavement. Muzslay works alongside a team of equally passionate runners at locations in Tempe, Scottsdale, and Glendale. Though the franchise has peddled its wares for five years, the Glendale location opened about six months ago and has the sharpest new-shoe scent. In 2011, the franchise clinched Phoenix magazine’s vote as the best athletic-shoe retailer in the valley.
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    6941 Hayden Road
    Scottsdale, AZ US
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