|Inside Rochester Cathedral welcoming all the athletes|
|Don't Mess with me|
|Army and Navy rocking it|
|Alison helping athlete Lora|
|Shelia on left in middle with volunteers and Alison far right|
|Getting ready for battle|
Lucky us we both won silver!
|Lisa and I winners :)|
|Just Do It|
|With Simon - free chips for a photo ;)|
|Getting ready to throw the Javelin|
|Ready to shot putt|
|The Bling: 1 Silver and 3 Bronze's|
|Being filmed for British Heart Foundation|
|Closing Ceremony was once the Badminton Courts ;)|
|With Richard also an Olympic Torch Bearer|
I would like to add a quote from Lynne Holt, an incredible woman who not only is a Clinical Transplant Co-Ordinator, but also the UK Team Manager.
Lynne Holt, from TSUK, 'We are really looking forward to this year’s Transplant Games. Olympic fever has really gripped the nation. We will be selecting our Team to represent the UK at next year’s World Transplant Games, to be held in Durban. Our transplant athletes are the best in the world, running the 100m in 11.16secs and swimming 50m Freestyle in .26secs. However, all our athletes are gold medallists, in that they have all won their race for life!'
So there you have it! An insight to the Transplant Games, please pass this link on to help inform people and let's spread awareness of Organ Donation and how important it is that we too get more media to promote the goodness that there is life after life - gives hope to so many waiting for a life saving transplant.
Happy smiles to each of you. Thanks for your time reading my journal. xx
|Living it Up, because I can now xx|