VIS sailors learn from Olympic ChampionsMay 29th, 2020
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) sailors have been away from the water for two months. You might have seen them working out together online but what you haven’t seen is the video chats they have had with some of Australia’s best sailors in history.
What has Jamie Bahnisch been up to during isolation?May 27th, 2020
As we have settled into the isolation period due to COVID-19, so have our Victorian Institute of Sport experts.
Vacancy | VIS Sailing Head CoachMay 26th, 2020
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) has an exciting and challenging opportunity for a VIS Head Coach of Sailing to join our world class sports institute, headquartered in Albert Park, Melbourne.
Tokyo hopefuls continue to inspire students from their homesMay 22nd, 2020
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) in partnership with School Sport Victoria are pleased to announce that the school speaker program BeFitBeWell is now being rolled out online to Government schools in Victoria.
What has Sylvie Withers been up to during isolation?May 20th, 2020
As we have slowly settled into the isolation period due to COVID-19, so have our Victorian Institute of Sport experts.
Vixens' Moloney championing the never-ending preseasonMay 15th, 2020
Kate Moloney’s strong mindset has got her through the long period of training in isolation and she is as motivated as ever to get the Vixens ready to content for another Premiership. While embracing the slower lifestyle, she leaves no doubt that she will return in the best possible condition and she can’t wait to train with her teammates again on court and at the Victorian Institute of Sport.
VIS' Scotty James and Laura Peel takes home Snow Australia's highest awardMay 15th, 2020
Crystal Globes winners, snowboarder Scotty James and aerial skier Laura Peel, were today named the joint winners of the Olympic Athlete of the Year title for the 2020 Snow Australia Awards.
Juggling ActMay 11th, 2020
An elite para-triathlete, motivational speaker, mentor, registered psychologist and mum - Kate Naess (nee Doughty) knows no limits when it comes to adversity and achievement.
Wellbeing Tip | Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay ConnectedMay 6th, 2020
Victorian Institute of Sport athletes from eight different sports will help increase awareness around suicide prevention as part of the Australian Institute of Sport and Lifeline Australia’s impactful community engagement program, Lifeline Community Custodians. The athletes will encourage anyone who needs support to reach out and ask for help.
Frislie takes out first race from his garageMay 5th, 2020
Victorian Institute of Sport athlete Graeme Frislie has taken out the first stage of the National Road Series over the weekend in a slightly modified fashion.