Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Six Review

It was a highly successful day for our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders bringing home two para-table tennis gold medals thanks to Li Na Lei and Qian Yang, and a javelin silver thanks to Michal Burian.

Image: Lei and Yang make para-table tennis history overnight, Credit: Paralympics Australia 

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All VIS Results

Men's Quad Singles Quarter Final (Heath Davidson) 
LOSE 6-2, 6-1
Men's Quad Singles Quarter Final (Dylan Alcott) 
WIN 6-0, 6-1

Australia V GB (Tristan Knowles, Jeremy Tyndall) 

LOSE 69 - 70

Dressage Freestyle Test Grade III Final (Emma Booth) 
73.807 | 5TH 


Women's Singles Class 9 Final (Li Na Lei)*  
WIN 3 - 2 | GOLD
Women's Singles Class 10 Final (Qian Yang)*  

WIN 3 - 1 | GOLD 

Men's Javelin Throw F64 Final (Michal Burian)* 
66.29 WR (F44) | SILVER


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Cook with Tokyo Olympian Jemima Montag

October 13th, 2021

Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holder and Tokyo Olympian Jemima Montag, will be taking over the VIS' Instagram account today to teach everyone how to cook 'Buckwheat Crepes, Two Ways'.

VIS Diving Head Coach

October 12th, 2021

The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) has an exciting and challenging opportunity for a VIS Diving Head Coach to join our world class sports Institute, located in Albert Park, Melbourne. The opportunity would suit an appropriately accredited and experienced diving coach already working within an integrated program environment and with a demonstrated track record of coaching success at the elite senior/junior national or international level.

National Nutrition Week 2021

October 11th, 2021

This week is National Nutrition Week, providing a time to reflect on our own nutrition and consider if we are achieving balance and meeting our needs for optimal health and performance. The focus for this year’s Nutrition week is “Get more veg in your life”.

Performance Advisor - Athletics

October 1st, 2021

The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) Athletics Performance Advisor will form effective relationships to lead and support local National Athletes Support Structure (NASS) athletes, provide coaching leadership at the State level, maintain effective day to day coordination of the NASS program within the VIS and support delivery of the local Pathway program.

Di Honey extends for two years

September 30th, 2021

One of Australia’s netball greats, Di Honey has extended her contract as Assistant Coach of the Melbourne Vixens for two years in a full-time capacity.

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