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What they are saying

My parents have always tried to find a camp just right for me, a camp where people don't judge other kids. My mom looked in the paper one day and found an article about ThrillCoaster Tours for Teens. My parents know that I love roller coasters, but I rarely get a chance to ride them. My parents wanted me to have a good time, but they were nervous because I never went to a sleep away camp before. I went for 3 weeks for the summer of 2005 and it was the most fun I think I ever had. For the summer of 2006 I am signed up for 5 weeks. I can't wait to see all my friends.

TOURnament Heating Up

 Although the 2009 ThrillCoaster Tours tours are over, the ThrillCoaster TOURnament is not. In fact, the excitement is just beginning. A classic battle was waged this week, with two of the world's greatest steel coasters facing off. In the end, X2 overcame Bizarro by just ONE vote, and will move on to face Alpengeist for a trip to the finals. This week will showcase two more great coasters of a different material, wood...

El Toro, America's tallest and fastest operating wooden coaster, will matchup with Lightning Racer, the one of very few dueling and racing wooden coasters in the world. Both coasters are fantastic and definitely fan favorites at Six Flags Great Adventure and Hersheypark, respectively. I am expecting another close poll this week, and whichever coaster survives will earn its place in the semi-finals, taking on either Cedar Point's Millennium Force, or Six Flags Over Georgia's Goliath. Make sure you check out the rides' pages to decide which great coaster to vote for, and the bracket to see all the matchups.