Kidney Wales would like to celebrate the amazing success of Welsh competitors at the British Transplant Games North Lanarkshire 2017.

All three of the competitors from the Cardiff Adult Team that went to the BTG came back with medals. Congratulations to Lewis Evans, Ian Hillier and Kieran Haycock.

Their results:

Lewis Evans:

Gold with the Birmingham Relay Team
Silver – Track 100m (18-29)

Ian Hillier:

Gold – Golf (Stableford 0-18)

Kieran Heycock:

Gold – Breaststroke 100m (18-29)
Silver – Freestyle 50m (18-29)
Silver – Freestyle 100m (18-29)

Click here for the full results.


World Transplant Games

Our congratulations also go out to Team GB at the 2017 World Transplant Games in Malaga, where Team GB finished top of the medals table with an outstanding tally of 166 Gold medals, 90 Silver medals and 104 Bronze medals. Check out the full results here.

One of the stand out performances came from Cardiff’s Emma Wiltshire. In July 2014, Emma suffered acute liver failure while working in Portugal. She went into a coma, to wake up a week later to be told she’d a liver transplant. A year later, Emma went onto compete for Team GB at the 2015 World Transplant Games in Argentina and won an amazing six Gold medals and set multiple World Records.

Emma has also gone onto compete at the 2017 World Transplant Games in Malaga winning four Gold medals and two Silver medals. To find out more, follow Emma’s blog.

Emma’s story has hit the National press too! To find out more, follow the link.


Get Involved

Feeling inspired? Want to get involved?

Next year’s British Transplant Games will be in Birmingham and the next World Transplant Games will return in 2019 in Newcastle/Gateshead. If you want more information or want to join up contact us at Kidney Wales at support@kidneywales.cymru

The sporting action isn’t just limited to the summer. In January 2018 the World Transplant Winter Games will return to Anzere-Arbaz, Switzerland.
So if you’re interested in competing registration is now open, follow this link for more information.


Still interested and want to get involved or need more information, please contact us by email support@kidneywales.cymru or telephone us on 02920 343 940.