Monday, 19 February 2018
Popular young Winter Olympic flag bearer Scotty James has made Australian sporting history with the country’s first men’s snowboard medal at a Winter Olympics.
Meantime the decorated career of Lydia Lassila is over after the 36-year-old missed the finals in the women's freestyle aerial skiing at PyeongChang.
Separating egg yolks from your whites might in fact not be as beneficial as many individuals think - unless you’re making pavlova.
Yes, it was a huge weekend for the VIS “family” firstly watching Lydia’s career come to an end and then focusing on Danielle Scott, Laura Peel and David Morris in the finals of the Aerials.
Victorian Institute of Sport teenage sprint sensation Isis Holt has broken her own world record in the T35 100 metres on the Gold Coast.
So far fourteen VIS athletes have been named in the Australian Track & Field team for the Commonwealth Games, including our most recent national record holder, javelin thrower Kathryn Mitchell.
Our Melbourne Vixens have enjoyed the perfect start to their pre-season with back-to-back wins over the Queensland Firebirds in Brisbane at the weekend.
After recent changes to international Trap Shooting rules, which means that women now shoot at the same number of targets as men, two VIS scholarship holders have turned heads at the Sydney Cup event at the weekend.
Friday, 16 February 2018
An exciting opportunity exists for a highly motivated individual to join the Victorian Institute of Sport Communications and Marketing team, as its Marketing and Community Projects Coordinator.
Monday, 12 February 2018
VIS snowboarder, Scotty James, led the Australian team with pride in the opening ceremony of the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games on Friday night.