Five Make 121 Laps on Six Flags Coaster in 10 Hours
The CoasterThon raised $5,200 for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Nine people participated in Six Flags Over Georgia's first ever CoasterThon on Friday. Only five people were able to continue riding for the full 10 hours for a total of 121 laps. In total, the riders raised $5,200 for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Riders were given only a short bathroom break every hour, and if they didn't make it back in time, they were disqualified.
The five who lasted the entire full hours earned season passes, and the rider who raised the most funds won a free trip to Six Flags in Illinois.