Victorian Institute of Sport


Monday, 30 July 2018

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Blake Collyer wins in Louisiana

VIS golfer, Blake Collyer, has won the 67th Annual Cotton State Invitational at Bayou DeSiard Country Club in Monroe, Louisiana.

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Ria Thompson fifth at U23 World Championships

Ria Thompson has finished fifth at the 2018 World Rowing U23 Championships in the Women’s Double Scull with Harriet Hudson.

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Pressure is a privilege

Cool and impervious to pressure, Mack Horton put expectations aside to get Australia off the mark in the Commonwealth Games' gold medal column, racing the way he wanted in the men’s 400m freestyle event.

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Kelland O'Brien | Adrenaline Rush

At 19-years of age and only just old enough to represent Australia at senior international level, young VIS cycling star Kelland O'Brien smashes the Men's Team Pursuit world record on his way to Commonwealth Games gold

Monday, 23 July 2018

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Vixens go down in GIANT clash

A second half comeback was not enough to see the Vixens take the win in their match against GIANTS Netball, with the visiting team taking the win 60-58.

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Taekwondos exciting new chapter

Australian Taekwondo, in partnership with the AIS Combat Centre, has announced the opening of a new high performance hub (HPH) for elite athletes in Melbourne.

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Nutrition Tip | One Broccolatte, please

Don’t know if you’ve heard, but broccoli coffee, or ‘broccolatte’ is the latest nutrition trend to hit the market. But do the nutrition benefits add up?

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Schumann shines

Damien Schumann was bitterly disappointed when he was axed from his school volleyball team at Mazenod College in Melbourne’s South East.

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Krizanic bowls into history

VIS scholarship holder Carla Krizanic and her Australian Women’s Lawn Bowls Fours team broke a 4398-day Commonwealth Games gold medal drought for the nation when they defeated South Africa in the final at Broadbeach Bowls Club on the Gold Coast.

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Roos defeat Japan in World Cup opener

The Hockeyroos’ Women’s World Cup campaign started on a high, defeating Japan 3-2 in an exciting encounter at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London on Sunday morning.

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