Teenager wins gold in British Transplant Games | News in Maidenhead | Get The Latest Maidenhead Advertiser News

11:05 Saturday 16 August 2014 Written by Katherine Denham Stuart Robbins, 15, developed a condition called volvulus, where the intestine is twisted, when he was just 15-days-old. For years he had to be fed intravenously and suffered various complications, including regular bouts of kidney stones, which caused him a great deal of pain. In April Read more about Teenager wins gold in British Transplant Games | News in Maidenhead | Get The Latest Maidenhead Advertiser News[…]

Llandudno Junction girl wins two golds at transplant games – Daily Post

Aug 13, 2014 13:19 By Josh Morris Eight-year-old Ella is our pint-sized champion, returning from the games in Bolton with two gold and two silver medals A schoolgirl has overcome liver cirrhosis and bone problems to claim two gold medals at the 2014 Transplant Games. Ella Noon from Llandudno Junction came home first in the 50 Read more about Llandudno Junction girl wins two golds at transplant games – Daily Post[…]

BBC News – 2014 British Transplant games begin in Bolton

7 August 2014 Last updated at 02:38 ET More than 600 people who have had life-saving transplants have arrived in Bolton for the start of the British Transplant Games. Competitors are taking part in sports including archery, football, tennis and athletics over four days. The games are held in a different location every year on behalf of Read more about BBC News – 2014 British Transplant games begin in Bolton[…]