Team Arizona 2008 NKF
US TX Games National Champions
TX Team Arizona represents our state and people as defending 2008 NKF US TX Games Champions. Our team is an ongoing media, support and most positive element for help in the transplant community. Our team and supporters, donor family members, practitioners get to see a bigger slice of our transplant world. The idea for our license plates came from Team AZ member upon returning from the 2002 Games having seen other state Donate Life plates.
How do you say
for the Gift of Life?
Stan and Paula Brady.
Thousands of Athletes to Descend on Madison for the 2010 National Kidney Foundation’s U.S. Transplant Games
New York, NY (November 4, 2009) – They haven't hit the court or track yet and already this group of athletes has performed death–defying feats. They all carry an inner trophy – a new organ that qualifies them for the dream team in the game of life. Their ultimate trial will kick off at the 2010 National Kidney Foundation’s U.S. Transplant Games in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Games, to be held July 30–August 4, 2010, are an Olympic–style event for athletes who have received life–saving organ transplants of every type – kidney, liver, heart, lung, pancreas and bone marrow. Transplant athletes will compete for gold, silver and bronze medals in 12 different sports, including track and field, swimming, tennis, basketball, cycling and golf. Presented biennially by the National Kidney Foundation since 1990, the U.S. Transplant Games draw participants from all over the country who are organized into 50 state teams.
Both the Alliant Energy Center and the University of Wisconsin Recreational Sports Facilities, will serve as the sports venues. Event hosts include the Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau and the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin.
Mary Armstrong goes big too!
dominates his age group big time.
Team AZ Cheering Section as the Team is a Dominant Force in the Pool.
Silver Medals in the Mixed Freestyle Relay
Medley Relay Team AZ First,
New American Games Record by 20 seconds.
Larry Hagman (JR Ewing.) Liver Recipient
presents gold to Gordon Taylor Team AZ Heart TX Swimmer.
to the mother of her Lifesaving Liver Donor.
Larry Hagman Liver Recipient ( Known as JR Ewing on TV) gives Gordon Taylor Team AZ Heart TX another Gold.