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LEFT: Storm Racer BELOW: Stardust


Ride the lightning P


olin Waterparks has announced the opening of the world’s first Storm Racer Waterslide at Aqualand Frejus, France. Storm Racer incorporates unique geometry, high capacity, a pioneering ride configuration and an


exclusive, interactive Watersplash feature that ensures intense competition. Storm Racer marks another partnership between Polin and Aqualand Frejus,


which was the first park to install a Polin King Cobra waterslide. The Storm Racer slide launches guests from a height of 24m, almost eight stories,


and reaches speeds of up to 25mph along an 87m path. Storm Racer’s tunnel features Polin's Natural Light Effects technology, and at the top of the slope the Watersplash sensors detect the exact high point reached by the raft. Then, the


sensors transmit the information to a lighting system that displays the results on a scoreboard – creating an extra competitive rush for riders, families, and teams. Additionally, Storm Racer was honoured as a winner in the Sports, Entertainment


and Recreation Equipment division of the A'Design Award & Competition in 2017. Polin has also recently revealed details about its newest slide: Stardust, the first-


ever water slide with a built-in, fully themed, story. Stardust takes riders on a perilous adventure through interstellar space, to a crash-landing on an primitive version of Earth where the structure is used as a shelter. The ride features unlimited path alternatives, four-person rafts, open and enclosed routes, and variety of special effects. More information will be revealed at IAE.


John Osborne appointed as Dreamworld CEO


Ardent Leisure has appointed a new chief executive for Australian theme park Dreamworld, John Osborne, who will also take over as the company’s new CEO of its theme parks division. Osborne, who previously held a number of executive positions at several


tourism and hospitality companies across three decades, will take over from acting theme parks CEO Nicole Noye in November. The announcement comes almost two years since Dreamworld’s Thunder


River Rapids ride tragedy. Osborne expressed his condolences in a statement: “A key reason for my decision to join the team is the Ardent Board’s very strong focus on the welfare and safety of guests and employees and my priority is to work closely with the team to continue this work.”


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