Transplant Australia’s 2478 years and counting Club is back…and its going to be bigger and better than ever!

Everyone remembers the world first public ‘thank-you’ at the 2014 Games in Melbourne’s Federation Square. In 2016 the Australian Transplant Games are heading to Martin Place to spread the message to all Sydney-siders.

We want you there and we want to beat the last record of 2478 years and counting.

How to be a part of the celebration

Order your personalised ‘Years and Counting’ shirt to wear as we walk into Martin Place on our Thank You activation day. Of course, you can wear it leading up to the Games as well! We want all Australians to see the life-saving benefits of organ and tissue donation.

Even if you can’t be a part of the Games, book in Monday September 26, 2016 and wear your shirt to help spread the life-saving message about organ and tissue donation.

View sizes and pricing   Order your shirt today!
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Got my t-shirt, now what?

Send us a pic along with your player profile and we will upload your details and include you in our player hall of fame!

Shipping

Orders will be fulfilled every 6 months:

  • August 2015
  • February 2016
  • August 2016

What year do I put on my shirt?

We suggest the number you put on your shirt indicate the number of years since your transplant from The Games Opening Ceremony September, 25 2016.

Christopher Deeble

Christopher Deeble

Years and counting: 7

State: ACT
Favourite Sport: Swimming.
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: I don't know - the whole thing is new to me and will all be exciting.

Bruno Orsatti

Bruno Orsatti

Years and counting: 5

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Tennis, walking, cycling, pentanque.
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: Camaraderie.

Adam Smith

Adam Smith

Years and counting: 16

State: NSW
Favourite Sport:
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games:

Clayton Walton

Clayton Walton

Years and counting: 6

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Volleyball
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: Catching up with friends from all over Australia to celebrate the fantastic gift of life we have all received.

Heather Edgell

Heather Edgell

Years and counting: 37

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Ten Pin Bowling
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: Competing in memory of my donor and their family

Murray Rose

Murray Rose

Years and counting: 20

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Golf
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: Competition and Friendship

Olivia Steele

Olivia Steele

Years and counting: 12

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Athletics
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: Catching up with old friends that I have made from all across Australia at previous game

Stephania Papadakis

Stephania Papadakis

Years and counting: 5

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Gymnastics
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: I love to swim and run and am really looking forward to taking part in those events at the games, and let's not forget Bowling!

Thomas Woodley

Thomas Woodley

Years and counting: 9

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Soccer
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: competing in the athletics because “it’s fun

Thomas Wells

Thomas Wells

Years and counting: 11

State: NSW
Favourite Sport: Baseball
Most looking forward to at the 2016 Games: Junior softball afternoon.