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What is the Replay Foundation?

STATING OUR MISSION: The Replay Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of pinball technology, with an emphasis on the player experience. Under the brand name PAPA (Professional & Amateur Pinball Association), the Replay Foundation operates and supports pinball competitions worldwide.

FULFILLING OUR MISSION: Replay FX, otherwise known as the Replay Foundation Expo, is a living history of the arcade and surrounding video game culture, featuring more than 1000 full-sized arcade and pinball machines with some dating back nearly 80 years. We believe the best way to preserve something is to keep it alive, functioning, and happening! Rather than put our machines in a museum, we fix them up and put them on the arcade floor for attendees to enjoy just like old times.

A List of Current & Past Projects:

While our Replay FX event is the foundation’s primary means of fulfilling its mission, we have also worked on a variety of other pinball and gaming-related projects throughout the years. Some of these projects were relatively simple and completed in a single evening, while others have lasted years and continue to impact people to this day. We offer an incomplete list below as examples of the types of efforts where our foundation spends its time and resources.

EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS:

Instructional Videos & Guides:

Released under its popular pinball brand “PAPA“, the Replay Foundation has produced hundreds of instructional pinball videos as a way to help newcomers learn more about pinball and enjoy this classic part of gaming history. In many cases, the games shown are rare and/or difficult to locate, and so in addition to helping new players learn the rules of this classic and traditional form of gaming history, these videos were also filmed with the intent of preserving the sights, sounds, and physical movements of machines that may not, and in some cases definitely will not, be available for future generations to enjoy.

The Replay Foundation has also produced a series of instructional guides intended to help tournament directors and players improve and enjoy the game.

Live Broadcast Series:

Since 2012, The Replay Foundation has designed and implemented a custom video broadcast system capable of producing high quality live coverage of the world’s greatest pinball competitions. In addition to broadcasting Pinburgh, the largest pinball tournament in history held at our very own Replay FX event, the Replay Foundation team and volunteers have travelled to multiple cities across the USA to broadcast dozens of tournaments for the benefit of the community. We have also helped countless leagues and tournaments set up their own broadcasts.

Historical Non-Fiction

Between 2016 and 2019, the Replay Foundation commissioned and assisted in the creation of a 250+ page non-fiction account of pinball history dating from the early 1900’s until present day. We believe this account is the most in-depth and accurately researched book on pinball history ever written, and we look forward to its future publication. All oral histories recorded during the research of this book will be provided to a Pittsburgh university archives for preservation. The manuscript is fully written and currently in the final stages of editing, so stay tuned!

Preserving Machines & Inspiring Students

The Replay Foundation has rebuilt, maintained, and preserved hundreds of pinball machines and video games since its inception. When building our collection, we intentionally focused on acquiring and fixing broken games to bring them back to life, rather than purchasing working games and taking them out of circulation. Members of our team have also spoken with students from multiple local schools about everything from the pop-culture style of arcade artwork to electrical engineering. We periodically offer tech-classes and are proud to support local educational efforts like Academy Pittsburgh

COMMUNITY PROJECTS:

Pop Up Arcades:

The easiest way to inform the public about the long and storied history of pinball and arcade culture is to keep them playing the games! The photographs below represent a small handful of the many events we are proud to have supported over the years.


Toys Exhibit at the Heinz History Center: More Information

70’s, 80’s & 90’s Night with the Pittsburgh Penguins: More Information

Heinz History Game Night Fundraiser: More Information

The Replay Foundation has also set up machines in support of Pittsburgh’s Natural History Museum, the Andy Warhol Museum, and many more! The Replay Foundation has hosted a number of local league nights, and we continually seek opportunities to support our surrounding community.

Working with Others:

Starting in 2012, the Replay Foundation networked and developed a series of tournaments spanning the United States. After traveling thousands of miles to offer in-person assistance and supplying both games and software to various locations to help grow the sport of competitive pinball, the Replay Foundation has recently turned this project over to Stern Pinball, the world’s largest pinball manufacturer, in the form of the Stern Pro Circuit.

Between 2012 and 2018, the Replay Foundation offered critical support in running several popular tournaments at the Louisville Arcade Expo.

Since 2014, the Replay Foundation has coordinated with members of the Free State Pinball Association to promote and support pinball leagues around the world at leagues.papa.org

Between 2015-2018, The Replay Foundation and the American Classic Arcade Museum coordinated to produce the following educational seminars at Replay FX:

  • Steve Golson: From Crazy Otto to Ms. Pac-Man
  • Mike Stulir: The Inventions & Legacy of Ralph Baer
  • Mike Stulir: Building the First Non-profit Arcade Museum
  • Ed Fries, My Life In Games
  • Steve Golson, The Atari 7800 ProSystem
  • Warren Davis, A Career Retrospective
  • Warren Davis – The Williams Years
  • Mike Stulir: From Pong to Pinball – Atari at 45

The Greater Good:

While the Replay Foundation specializes in pinball and video game-related projects and events, we often find ourselves in a position where we are able to step outside of the arcade and offer something extra to our surrounding community. Below are a few examples of ways we have chosen to help others.

Between 2008-18, the Replay Foundation has donated more than $62,000 to the charities listed below. These donations do not include a list of separate fundraisers we have supported by setting up pinball and arcade machines to help them generate additional interest for their causes.

The Replay Foundation has supplied web hosting services for IPDB.org since 2012, and each Replay FX event includes the Intergalactic Pinball Tournament, where all proceeds are donated to charity. We are also proud to state each Replay FX includes separate blood and food drives.

Our History: The New York Years

The Professional & Amateur Pinball Association was founded in the mid 1980’s by Roger Sharpe and Steve Epstein at Steve’s world-famous Broadway Arcade in New York City. Steve and Roger ran six world championship tournaments, with the last one being held in Las Vegas, before retiring and passing the reins to current president, Kevin Martin.

In Steve’s own words: The beginning of what was to become PAPA began in the late 1970’s when myself, Roger Sharpe, and a third player named Lionel Martinez, began tracking personal games played against one another. We logged over 10,000 sets of games over a four/five year period. From that data we developed the league scoring system used in the first PAPA league play around 1985/1986. This lead to the tournaments in the early 1990’s. I guess meeting Roger at the Arcade in 1975 and starting to play together on a daily basis not only led to a great and lasting friendship, but to the world of competitive pinball.

Way back in 1992, Steve Epstein, co-founder of PAPA, started publishing a nifty little magazine called “The Flipside”. Each issue was between 24 and 44 pages, all black and white, and the issues came out on a regular schedule of “whenever”. When Kevin Martin acquired PAPA from Steve and co-founder Roger Sharpe, that included various inventory such as T-shirts and back issues of The Flipside. Unfortunately, most of those items were destroyed in the flood of 2004, before they could be put to any good use. The good news is that we still have at least one copy of every issue of The Flipside. Better yet, we have scanned these in and published them here. You may browse these pages as high-quality JPEGs, or large PDFs. Download them, save them, enjoy them at your leisure.

THE FLIPSIDE ARCHIVES

Creative Commons License
To the best of our knowledge, The Replay Foundation has the rights to this content, which were assigned to PAPA, without reservation, by the authors when they submitted articles for publication. PAPA hereby re-releases this content under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.

If you are an original author of any content published in The Flipside and do not agree with the above interpretation of The Replay Foundation’s rights to the content, please contact us immediately.

Our History: The Flood

After a six year hiatus, Kevin Martin took over the PAPA organization in 2004 and began construction of a World Headquarters facility located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

On the evening of Friday, September 17, 2004, just five days after the end of the PAPA 7 World Pinball Championships, an unusually severe flood put the PAPA facility under five feet of water. Prior to this, the facility had not flooded since the 1950’s. In the 1960’s, nearby Chartiers Creek was retrenched and new drainage systems were put in place. There had been no flooding since that time.

This flood was well beyond the “100 year flood line” and was essentially a freak occurrence. The remnants of Hurricane Ivan dumped a record setting 5.95 inches of rain on the Pittsburgh area in just a single day, on top of already saturated grounds from record rainfall throughout the year. The Carnegie area, where the PAPA World Headquarters are located, was particularly hard hit

The floodwaters carried silt, debris, sewage, and diesel fuel. Every pinball machine was submerged at least up to the backglass, and every surface within five feet of the ground, including playfields and inside cabinets, was coated in the floodwater sludge. The sludge was a sanitary hazard and immediately destroyed materials such as electronics, press board, and playfield artwork.

Two hundred and thirty-two pinball machines were destroyed, as well as a handful of classic video games, an extremely rare Tattoo Assassins prototype, a sitdown Omega Race, some great dancing games, et cetera. We were able to salvage many plastics, some boards, coin mechs, backglasses, and most of the playfield glasses. This process did not take place until a professional cleanup and restoration company had been through the facility.

On December 6, 2004, plans were announced to rebuild and relaunch PAPA, and the PAPA 8 World Pinball Championships were held in August 2005, with 277 pinball machines available to play. A major factor in deciding to rebuild was the huge level of support found in feedback from everyone after the flood. Players, collectors, vendors, and other enthusiasts sent hundreds of e-mails, and we appreciated every single one.

Our History: Non-Profit Transition

In December 2012, the entire collection of pinball machines and other arcade games housed at PAPA Headquarters were donated to the Replay Foundation, which will continue to operate the machines and related tournaments under the brand name PAPA. The Replay Foundation also manages Replay FX, a combined pinball and video-game festival far exceeding the scope of any previous PAPA or Replay Foundation effort. We are proud to report the current PAPA brand name and Replay Foundation nonprofit have never had more influence, maintained more games, or offered players more educational resources than at this moment.

We continue to seek opportunities and partnerships that will allow us to support, preserve, and celebrate pinball, video games, the future of gaming competitions and e-sports, and the greater arcade culture. If you would like to work with us, please get in touch!

Our History: Previous PAPA Champions

Pinburgh Match-Play Championship

  • Pinburgh 2011 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (3/20/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2012 – Adam Becker (Keswick, ON, CAN) – (4/1/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2013 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (4/11/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2014 – Jim Belsito (Temecula, CA, USA) – (3/30/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2015 – Zach Sharpe (Chicago, IL, USA) – (8/2/2015 – David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2016 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (7/30/2016 – David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2017 – Colin MacAlpine (Austin, TX, USA) – (7/29/2017 – David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Pinburgh 2018 – Keith Elwin (Chicago, IL, USA) – (7/28/2018 – David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Division A

  • PAPA 1 – Joey Cartagena (New York, NY, USA) – (2/2/1991 – Lone Star Roadhouse, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 2 – Rick Stetta (Sunnyvale, CA, USA) – (2/2/1992 – Lone Star Roadhouse, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 3 – Lyman Sheats (Rolling Meadows, IL, USA) – (2/13/1993 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 4 – Bowen Kerins (Salem, MA, USA) – (2/8/1994 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 5 – Paul Madison (Minneapolis, MN, USA) – (2/5/1995 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 6 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (2/8/1998 – Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas, NV)
  • PAPA 7 – Lyman Sheats (Rolling Meadows, IL, USA) – (9/12/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Bowen Kerins (Salem, MA, USA) – (8/14/2005 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Lyman Sheats (Rolling Meadows, IL, USA) – (8/20/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – Jorian Engelbrektsson (Stockholm, SWE) – (10/14/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (8/17/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (8/16/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (8/15/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Andrei Massenkoff (San Francisco, CA, USA) – (8/14/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Bowen Kerins (Salem, MA, USA) – (8/11/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Cayle George (Bellevue, WA, USA) – (8/17/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Keith Elwin (Carlsbad, CA, USA) – (3/15/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Robert Gagno (Burnaby, BC, CAN) – (4/10/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Escher Lefkoff (Longmont, CO, USA) – (4/9/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Division B

  • PAPA 3 – A.J. Fried (USA) – (2/13/1993 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 4 – Kevin Kulek (USA) – (2/8/1994 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 5 – Dominic Nardini (USA) – (February 3–5, 1995 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 6 – Tim Morse (USA) – (2/8/1998 – Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas, NV)
  • PAPA 7 – Andrei Massenkoff (USA) – (9/12/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Helena Walter (SWE) – (8/14/2005 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Darren Kamnitzer (USA) – (8/20/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – Adam Becker (CAN) – (10/14/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Maurice Pelletier (CAN) – (8/17/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Ed Zeltmann (USA) – (8/16/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Joshua Henderson (USA) – (8/15/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Dave Hegge (USA) – (8/14/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Johnny Modica (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – John Flitton (CAN) – (8/11/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Rod Lawrence (USA) – (8/17/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Joseph Lemire (USA) – (3/15/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Steve Zumoff (USA) – (4/10/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Jordan Tredaway (AUS) – (4/9/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Division C

  • PAPA 4 – Sam Ryan (USA) – (2/8/1994 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 5 – Steve Walker (USA) – (February 3–5, 1995 – Omni Park Central Hotel, New York, NY)
  • PAPA 6 – Steve Marsh (USA) – (2/8/1998 – Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas, NV)
  • PAPA 7 – Russ Wallis (USA) – (9/12/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Jory Rabinovitz (USA) – (8/14/2005 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Mark Salas (USA) – (8/20/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – Johnny Modica (USA) – (10/14/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Mike Clinton (CAN) – (8/17/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Blair Love (USA) – (8/16/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Seth Lettofsky (USA) – (8/15/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Chuck Jackson (USA) – (8/14/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Jay Collins (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Nick Campbell (USA) – (8/11/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Jack Benson (USA) – (8/17/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Levi Nayman (USA) – (3/15/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Lewis Bevans (USA) – (4/10/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Bayless Rutherford (USA) – (4/9/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Division D

  • PAPA 18 – Mike Hovraluck (USA) – (3/15/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Alex Fruzynski (USA) – (4/10/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Blake Wood (CAN) – (4/9/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Juniors Division

  • PAPA 6 – Zachary Sharpe (USA) – (2/8/1998 – Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas, NV)
  • PAPA 7 – Jake Prince (USA) – (9/12/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Matt Hogue (USA) – (8/14/2005 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Ethan Blonder (USA) – (8/20/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – Ethan Blonder (USA) – (10/14/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Ethan Blonder (USA) – (8/17/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Justin Ortscheid (USA) – (8/16/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Justin Ortscheid (USA) – (8/15/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (8/14/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Joshua Henderson (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (8/11/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Juniors 1 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (8/14/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Juniors 2 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (8/15/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Juniors 3 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (8/16/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Juniors 1 – Jason Zahler (USA) – (3/12/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Juniors 2 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (3/13/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Juniors 3 – Jason Zahler (USA) – (3/14/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Juniors 1 – Aleksander Kaczmarczyk (USA) – (4/7/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Juniors 2 – Gregory Kennedy (USA) – (4/8/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Juniors 3 – Ciaran Bernard (USA) – (4/9/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Juniors 1 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (4/6/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Juniors 2 – Escher Lefkoff (USA) – (4/7/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Juniors 3 – Gregory Kennedy (USA) – (4/8/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Senior Division

  • PAPA 7 – Ed Hershey (USA) – (9/12/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Ed Hershey (USA) – (8/14/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Rick Prince (USA) – (8/20/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – John Reuter (USA) – (10/14/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Ed Hershey (USA) – (8/17/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Rick Prince (USA) – (8/16/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Rick Prince (USA) – (8/15/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Dave Hegge (USA) – (8/14/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Paul McGlone (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Dave Hegge (USA) – (8/11/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Steve Walker (USA) – (8/16/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Robert Sutter (CHE) – (3/14/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Phil Harmon (USA) – (4/9/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Adam Lefkoff (USA) – (4/8/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Womens Division

  • PAPA 19 – Sunshine Bon (USA) – (4/9/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Julie Dorssers (CAN) – (4/8/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

PAPA World Championships: Classics Division

  • PAPA 7 – Classics 1 – Keith Elwin (USA) – (9/10/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 7 – Classics 2 – Steven Epstein (USA) – (9/11/2004 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Classics 1 – Ed Hershey (USA) – (8/12/2005 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 8 – Classics 2 – Keith Elwin (USA) – (8/13/2005 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Classics 1 – Neil Shatz (USA) – (8/18/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 9 – Classics 2 – Keith Elwin (USA) – (8/19/2006 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – Classics 1 – Rick Prince (USA) – (10/12/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 10 – Classics 2 – Bowen Kerins (USA) – (10/13/2007 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Classics 1 – Neil Shatz (USA) – (8/15/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 11 – Classics 2 – Adam Lefkoff (USA) – (8/16/2008 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Classics 1 – Bowen Kerins (USA) – (8/14/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 12 – Classics 2 – Keith Johnson (USA) – (8/15/2009 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Classics 1 – Dave Hegge (USA) – (8/13/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 13 – Classics 2 – Josh Sharpe (USA) – (8/14/2010 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Classics 1 – Trent Augenstein (USA) – (8/12/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Classics 2 – Robert Gagno (CAN) – (8/13/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 14 – Classics 3 – Keith Elwin (USA) – (8/14/2011 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Classics 1 – Zach Sharpe (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Classics 2 – Lyman F Sheats Jr (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 15 – Classics 3 – Zach Sharpe (USA) – (8/12/2012 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Classics 1 – Frank Romero (USA) – (8/8/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Classics 2 – Daniele Acciari (ITA) – (8/9/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 16 – Classics 3 – Eden Stamm (CAN) – (8/10/2013 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Classics 1 – Bowen Kerins (USA) – (8/14/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Classics 2 – Cayle George (USA) – (8/15/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 17 – Classics 3 – Keith Elwin (USA) – (8/16/2014 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Classics 1 – Andy Rosa (USA) – (3/12/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Classics 2 – Mats Runsten (SWE) – (3/13/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 18 – Classics 3 – Jerry Bernard (USA) – (3/14/2015 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Classics 1 – Bowen Kerins (USA) – (4/7/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Classics 2 – Keith Elwin (USA) – (4/8/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 19 – Classics 3 – Bowen Kerins (USA) – (4/9/2016 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Classics 1 – Zach Sharpe (USA) – (4/6/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Classics 2 – Greg DeFeo (USA) – (4/7/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)
  • PAPA 20 – Classics 3 – David Riel (USA) – (4/8/2017 – PAPA World Headquarters, Scott Township, PA)

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