Tour De IMAX
New IMAX Film Tours the Minds of Cyclists
Tenn. (August 1, 2006) – Racing to the Tennessee Aquarium
IMAX Theater August 24 - 27 is a film experience that explores
the brain power behind the Tour De France.
to Win” is a journey through the mind and body
of racers. Biking for three weeks up grueling mountains, through
100 kilometer-an-hour speeds and ending victoriously at the
film merges modern medical science with the exciting twists
of the Tour De France into a place more complex than the race
itself – the human brain. Using groundbreaking technology,
“Wired to Win” captivates and educates its audiences.
this fascinating film experience, audiences will learn about
the intense training, incredible demands and remarkable brain
power that go into a race. This film also explains the astonishing
adaptability of the brain as it makes hairpin turns, reacts
to sudden crashes, conserves and maintains the body’s
precious energy, and uses every network it can to get a racer
across the finish line.
of all ages will enjoy this National Geographic film as they
race to the limits of the awesome power of the mind and through
the remarkable journey of the Tour De France.
more information on the film visit: www.wiredtowinthemovie.com
Tennessee Aquarium inspires wonder and appreciation for the
natural world. Admission is $17.95 per adult and $9.50 per child,
ages 3-12. Each ticket purchased helps support Aquarium conservation
programs. The IMAX® 3D Theater is next door to the Aquarium.
Ticket prices are $7.95 per adult and $5.50 per child. Aquarium/IMAX
combo tickets are $22.95 for adults and $13.50 for children.
Advance tickets may be purchased online at www.tnaqua.org
or by phone at 1-800-262-0695. The Aquarium, located on the
banks of the Tennessee River in Chattanooga, is a non-profit
organization. Open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas,
the Aquarium and IMAX are accessible to people with disabilities.
Members enjoy unlimited visits and other benefits. Call 267-FISH