This year’s British Transplant Games will be taking place in Newport, Wales from July 25th-28th. We are extremely fortunate that we have a standing invitation from the organisers to enter a team of adults and a team of children.
Click on the image above to see the proposed schedule.
To follow the structure of the Games, our teams are named according to where the transplant take place. Therefore, our two teams are:
Our Dublin Children’s team is under new management (it will continue under the Transplant Team Ireland banner) and we are excited about its potential to grow and be more inclusive.
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This is a fantastic, and comprehensive, programme aimed at people looking to SIMPLY GET ACTIVE post transplant.
There is a section for medical professionals, a section for transplant recipients and details on exercise, nutrition and mental well being. Click on the image below to find out more and visit www.wtgf.org/refitforlife.
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Click on the image below to read the rules of all the sports for the 2019 World Transplant Games. Remember, you can register fro the Games at http://www.worldtransplantgames.org and you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about being part of the Ireland team.
Click on the image below to read useful information from the Local Organising Committee…
We Want You!
Our team has been in existence for many years and every year it grows stronger. Its strength comes from the people who make up the team.
- Are you a transplant recipient?
- Are you on dialysis?
- Are you a supporter?
- Could you be a team sponsor (we are looking for a kit sponsor)?
YOU can join our team – newcomers are welcome year round, as is financial support!
We have just started an online fundraising campaign to help get as many transplant recipients as possible to next year’s World Transplant Games in Newcastle. Every Euro donated will help us achieve our goal of getting as many transplant recipients as possible doing as much physical activity as possible. Please click on the link below.
With the media coverage that our team will generate through their achievements at the Games the key message about the importance and success of organ donation for transplantation will reach a wider audience – the bigger our team, the bigger our impact!
you can contact team manager, Colin White, for more details about any aspect of the Games.
Irish Kidney Association
01 620 5306
Planning for our 2019 season is well under way. We have a big two years ahead of us with the Worlds on just across the water in Newcastle in August and we will be hosting the Europeans in 2020 – a great opportunity to up our game and grow our programme!
Facilities Currently booked for 2019 are listed below. We are also open to booking other facilities on other dates as we are actively seeking input from National Governing Bodies and others so that we can offer as many opportunities as possible for people to achieve their own goals in relation to transplant/dialysis sport.
I look forward to people networking and coming together outside any centrally planned sessions so that we embrace as many people as possible and open opportunities to ensure that we all stay motivated to achieve our personal goals.
Sunday 13th: ALSAA Sports Hall / Swimming / Bowling
Sunday 3rd: ALSAA Sports Hall / Swimming / Darts / Bowling
Sunday 3rd: ALSAA Sports Hall / Swimming / Table Tennis / Bowling
Friday 5th – 7th: 5 Nations Golf Tournament (Edinburgh)
Sunday 14th: ALSAA Sports Hall / Swimming / Squash / Bowling
Sunday 5th: ALSAA Sports Hall / Swimming / Tennis / Bowling
Sunday 2nd: ALSAA Sports Hall / Swimming / Track / Bowling
Sunday 7th: ALSAA TEAM KIT DAY (World Games)
Wednesday 24th –29th British Transplant Games (Newport, Wales)
Saturday 17th – 24th World Transplant Games (Newcastle, England)