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|name        = Texas Stingray
 
|park        = [[SeaWorld San Antonio]]
 
|park        = [[SeaWorld San Antonio]]
 
|location    = San Antonio, Texas, USA
 
|location    = San Antonio, Texas, USA
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|state        = Texas
 
|state        = Texas
 
|status      = under construction
 
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|lift/launch  = [[Chain lift]] hill
 
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This article is for a new [[wooden]] [[roller coaster]] currently [[under construction]] at [[SeaWorld San Antonio]] in Texas, USA. The ride has not yet been acknowledged by the park.
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'''Texas Stingray''' is a new [[wooden]] [[roller coaster]] currently [[under construction]] at [[SeaWorld San Antonio]] in Texas, USA. The ride has not yet been acknowledged by the park.
 
==History==
 
==History==
Footers for the ride were poured in April 2019. The park has filed a trademark for the name "Abyss", which suggests that this could be the name for its new roller coaster.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://behindthethrills.com/2019/04/is-an-abyss-coming-to-seaworld-san-antonio-new-construction-pics-and-trademark-names-revealed/|title=Is An Abyss Coming To SeaWorld San Antonio? New Construction Pics And Trademark Names Revealed|publisher=Behind The Thrills}}</ref>
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Footers for the ride were poured in April 2019.
  
 
On {{date|August 21, 2019}}, SeaWorld San Antonio released a teaser saying that the ride would be the tallest and fastest wooden coaster in Texas.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://newsplusnotes.blogspot.com/2019/08/seaworld-san-antonio-confirms-wood.html|title=SeaWorld San Antonio Confirms Wood Coaster for 2020 With New Tease|publisher=NewsPlusNotes}}</ref>
 
On {{date|August 21, 2019}}, SeaWorld San Antonio released a teaser saying that the ride would be the tallest and fastest wooden coaster in Texas.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://newsplusnotes.blogspot.com/2019/08/seaworld-san-antonio-confirms-wood.html|title=SeaWorld San Antonio Confirms Wood Coaster for 2020 With New Tease|publisher=NewsPlusNotes}}</ref>
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On {{date|September 12, 2019}}, the ride's name was officially announced as ''Texas Stingray''
 
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==Design==
 
==Design==

Revision as of 17:16, 12 September 2019

roller coaster
Texas Stingray
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SeaWorld San Antonio
Location San Antonio, Texas, USA
Status Under construction, planned to open 2020
Statistics
Type Wooden
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Drop100 feet
Top speed55 mph
Length3379 feet
Inversions0
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Texas Stingray is a new wooden roller coaster currently under construction at SeaWorld San Antonio in Texas, USA. The ride has not yet been acknowledged by the park.

History

Footers for the ride were poured in April 2019.

On August 21, 2019, SeaWorld San Antonio released a teaser saying that the ride would be the tallest and fastest wooden coaster in Texas.[1]

On September 12, 2019, the ride's name was officially announced as Texas Stingray

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