Organ transplant patients from across Wales will be competing in the British Transplant Games in Newcastle as it gets underway today.
The event takes place in a different city each year and demonstrates the benefits of transplantation and encourages transplant patients to regain fitness.
The Games are also a way of thanking donor families and celebrating the gift of life.
Brenda Roberts, 61, from Ruthin will be competing in the golf. She became very close to dying after being diagnosed with liver disease.
Fortunately for Brenda, a suitable organ was found just in time and she underwent her life-saving liver transplant operation in 2012.
Wales' new soft opt-out organ donation system will come into action from the 1st of December, and presumes consent for people's organs and tissues to be donated unless they stipulate otherwise.
On top of this, the new law will mean a person's family and friends will have a significant role to play in the ultimate decision to donate an organ.
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