Victorian Institute of Sport

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Tuesday, 29 January 2019

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O'Brien close to best

VIS’ Kelland O’Brien is getting back to his best placing second in the men’s Madison event at the UCI Track World Cup in Hong Kong on the weekend.

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Nutrition Tip | Creatine

Have you heard about creatine and its use as a sports supplement?

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Jemima Montag reflection

I was training at the AIS during January as part of the Project X2 heat study with 12 other racewalkers (Australian plus some international friends).

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

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Performance Lifestyle (PL) Adviser

The VIS has an exciting new opportunity for a dynamic and passionate high performance professional to join our world class sports institute.

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PL Adviser and AW&E Lead

VIS Performance Lifestyle Adviser & Shooting Australia (SA) Athlete Wellbeing & Engagement Lead

Monday, 21 January 2019

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Three in a row

The Diamonds have won their third straight Quad Series trophy, despite going down 52 to 49 in a tough final match of the series to England in London’s Copper Box Arena.

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Japan feeling the sting

Dominating from the start, the Stingers won their first game 18-6 and their second 20-9 with consistent performances by Victorian Institute of Sport Athlete and Australian Stingers team captain Rowie Webster.

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Jones makes history

Victorian Institute of Sport’s Aislin Jones created her own piece of history last week at the Australian Clay Target Association National Championships being the first ever woman to win a High Gun title.

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James goes massive

VIS snowboarder Scotty James is looking unstoppable this snow season, with another astounding victory – this time at the Laax Open (Switzerland) on Saturday night.

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Nutrition Tip | Travelling Athletes

Long haul flights can be challenging for elite athletes as it can cause disruptions to training, sleep, appetite, hydration and overall well-being.

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