The World Transplant Games are an amazing way to celebrate organ and tissue donation on the world stage. Come along  and compete for your country.

Athletes competing at the World Transplant Games have one thing in common; they have all had a successful organ transplant.  By taking part they aim to raise global awareness of the importance of organ donation. There’s no greater gift than the gift of life and World Transplant Games athletes from so many countries worldwide are living proof of that.

Transplant Australia encourages its members to join the Australian team to Malaga next year.

The World Transplant Games Federation is proud to invite you to take part in the Twenty-First World Transplant Games. These inspirational Games will be held in  Málaga, Spain from Sunday 25 June – Sunday 02 July, 2017.

The Transplant Australia 2017 World Transplant Games Working Group:

Team Manager: Margaret Hill
Sponsorship, grants & fundraising: Matty Hempstalk & Richard Hayes
Coaching & sports participation: Matt Spencer & Michelle Daley
Promotion & media: Michelle Daley
Team administration, including insurance & uniforms: Margaret Hill & Margaret Martin

Transplant Australia encourages its members to join the Australian team to Malaga next year.

The World Transplant Games Federation is proud to invite you to take part in the Twenty-First World Transplant Games. These inspirational Games will be held in  Málaga, Spain from Sunday 25 June – Sunday 02 July, 2017.

Málaga is a beautiful port city on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol; a historic and culturally rich provincial capital. The city is well-known for its famous citadels, high-rise hotels and resorts jutting up from the yellow-sand beaches – and of course birthplace of Picasso. Come along to the Games and enjoy one of the “best places to go”.

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Approximate cost for participation:

Registration for athletes and supporters: U.S. $1,100 (includes accommodation, all meals and transfers during the Games to all events)

Travel: Contact the Transplant Australia National Office for current airfare estimates

Uniform: Approximate cost of basic uniform:

Tracksuit – $120
Athlete polo – $50
Shorts and athlete singlet can also be purchased.
Supporters can also purchase the tracksuit and a supporter polo for the same cost as indicated above.
Uniform requirements for opening parade:
Dress Polo – $50
Blazer – $220

Important All members of the Australian team are required to take out Travel Insurance, and sign either the Athlete Agreement or the Supporter Agreement.

Margaret Hill
Australian Team Games Manager

04 09 304 441
[email protected]

 Join the Australian Transplant Team to Malaga