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World Waterpark Association
The Association provides valuable benefits that allow members to stay in-the-know on myriad aspects of the industry. Each benefit has the ultimate goal of helping you - our members - in a wide variety of ways.

Address
8826 Santa Fe Drive, Suite 310 Overland Park, KS 66212, USA

Telephone
913.599.0300
(Please mention -kit.net)

Fax
913.599.0520

Website
www.waterparks.org
World Waterpark Association news

14 Sep 2018
EAS PREVIEW: the World Waterpark Association to celebrate 37 years in business

At this year’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS), the World Waterpark Association will celebrate its 37th year in business.
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World Waterpark Association features

Industry Opinion
Necessity driving new ideas in the waterparks sector writes Aleatha Ezra 

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Analysis
Consultant David Camp asks how we measure success as he focuses on benchmarking and market penetration rates in part three of the series

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WWA
Aleatha Ezra explains how waterparks are staying ahead of the game in an increasingly buoyant market, with more exciting rides and guest offerings

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Attractions-kit
Waterpark supplier news ahead of WWA

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Analysis and Trends
The waterpark sector is growing fast. Aleatha Ezra from the World Waterpark Association explains why

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Storytelling
Abu Dhabi’s Yas Waterworld draws on the local culture to create a narrative journey for its visitors. Atkins Global tells us about an innovative approach

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Waterparks
The WWA invites waterparks to take part in the world's largest swimming lesson

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Profile
Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi opens before the end of the year. General manager Mike Oswald describes the world-first rides and innovative attractions that have already won the waterpark its first award

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Show review
Some of the suppliers describe what they'll be showcasing at WWA this year

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Spanish gyms win legal fight to reopen after second lockdown
Spanish gyms win legal fight to reopen after second lockdown   11 Aug 2020

Health clubs and gyms in Catalonia have reopened their doors once for a second time, following a successful legal battle against the local .... more>>
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Wales is back in business - gyms, pools and leisure centres reopen their doors   11 Aug 2020

Health clubs, gyms, indoor pools and leisure centres have reopened in Wales – nearly five months after being forced to close as part of the nationwide .... more>>
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Wasps rugby club installs heat camera to ensure safe return to training   11 Aug 2020

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Minimfit aims to raise €150,000 through crowdfunding in a bid for international expansion   11 Aug 2020

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Research: older men who play football regularly have cells up to 11 years younger than inactive peers   11 Aug 2020

Older men who have played football regularly throughout their lives have cells up to 11 years younger than their physically inactive peers. The .... more>>
Last chance to take part in Leisure-net's confidence survey
Last chance to take part in Leisure-net's confidence survey   10 Aug 2020

Today (10 August) is the last day for companies to enter the follow-up survey to Leisure-net's Supplier and Operators Confidence Survey, which .... more>>
Reykjavik city centre set to welcome ocean-side geo-thermal wellness lagoon in 2021
Reykjavik city centre set to welcome ocean-side geo-thermal wellness lagoon in 2021   10 Aug 2020

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A third of leisure trusts 'unviable' in the next six months without a bail-out, says CLUK   09 Aug 2020

A significant proportion of leisure facilities in England have not reopened since lockdown measures were eased, according to data from industry body, .... more>>
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Hydrotherapy proven to be both preventative and therapeutic health treatment   07 Aug 2020

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PROVE IT. ukactive challenges government to provide the evidence it uses to justify gym closures during local lockdowns
PROVE IT. ukactive challenges government to provide the evidence it uses to justify gym closures during local lockdowns   07 Aug 2020

Industry body, ukactive, has questioned the decision to close gyms and health clubs as part of some localised lockdowns. Indoor gyms, fitness .... more>>
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