The 1996 U.S. Transplant Games Audio Gallery

The links on this page require that you have the free RealAudio player, which you can download here. Some of the files on this page require a 28.8 or faster connection. We are working on making all of the links also available for 14.4 (realaudio 1.0) connections. Those that are available for both are marked as such, and the rest are only available on 28.8 or faster until further notice. Please check this page often as we are updating frequently. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Interview with Ken Price, Racquetball gold medal winner from Team Northwest, available in Realaudio 14.4 or 28.8

Larry Hagman's opening ceremony remarks

Opening Ceremony remarks from Wayne and Brenda Ashton, the parents of Adam Ashton, an organ donor, available for 14.4 or 28.8 Realaudio players.

Opening Ceremony speech by Danny Mantle, the son of Mickey Mantle, available for 14.4 or 28.8 Realaudio players.

Mr. and Mrs. Aron Eisenberg at the Games

Aron Eisenberg's opening ceremony remarks


Interview with Kristin Zimmer, an 11-year-old Games athlete

Interview with Nick Winn, a 14-year-old kidney transplant recipient and athlete from Indiana

Interview with Jeff Snodgres, a former U.S. Olympic cyclist now competing in the Transplant Games

Interview with Paula Bowman, an athlete from Minnesota

Interview with Zilmer Ward, a young athlete participating in Track and Field events

Interview with Patti McClure, gold medal winning swimmer from Team North Carolina

Interview with Edwin Tyler and Steve Houston Games athletes from New Jersey and Mississippi

Interview with American Red Cross medical volunteer Jeff Oviatt

Interview with Karen Gledhill from Team Upstate New York

Interview with Scott Doehling and Marianne Jenkins from Team Colorado

Interview with Howard Westblade and Dan Daugherty of Team Tennessee

The sounds of hundreds of Games athletes doing the "Macarena" are available in both 14.4 and 28.8 Realaudio.

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Last modified: 11 May 2000