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Back on dialysis but still competing: Ian finds inspiration at the British Transplant Games
Sport is rarely underplayed on our TV screens or in newspaper column inches. Legends and heroes are christened, villains are crucified.Defeats can be tragic and victories vital. Liverpool manager Bill Shankly famously quipped football was more important than life and death. But it is widely assumed Shanks did it with tongue planted firmly in cheek. Yet at the British Transplant Games, 36 years old this year, the words ring pretty close to the truth. Melton Times sports editor CHRIS HARBY talks to Ian Preston.
 

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Back on dialysis but still competing: Ian finds inspiration at the British Transplant Games
Sport is rarely underplayed on our TV screens or in newspaper column inches. Legends and heroes are christened, villains are crucified.Defeats can be tragic and victories vital. Liverpool manager Bill Shankly famously quipped football was more important than life and death. But it is widely assumed Shanks did it with tongue planted firmly in cheek. Yet at the British Transplant Games, 36 years old this year, the words ring pretty close to the truth. Melton Times sports editor CHRIS HARBY talks to Ian Preston.
 

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