Australian Steelers are World Wheelchair Rugby ChampionsOctober 17, 2022
The Australian Steelers are the new world champions of wheelchair rugby.
"You win or you don't come off the mat"October 6, 2022
When Aoife Coughlan woke up the morning of her Judo competition at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, she had only one thing on her mind – gold.
Game On: Sports Locked In For Victoria 2026October 5, 2022
An action-packed program of sports has been unveiled as the Commonwealth’s best athletes prepare to compete across regional Victoria in just over three years.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: A Bronzed WeekendOctober 3, 2022
In VIS Sport, It was a weekend of bronze medals - the Aussie Opals closed out the Women's Basketball World Cup with a win over Canada, as Laetisha Scanlan and James Willett paired up to place third in the trap mixed teams event at the ISSF World Championships.
Ephraums' Reward for EffortSeptember 30, 2022
Nathan Ephraums was instrumental in helping the Kookaburras to their seventh consecutive Commonwealth Games gold medal in Birmingham, but his journey onto the Australian team hasn't always been an easy ride.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Medals won at World Championships, as the Opals find formSeptember 26, 2022
In VIS Sport, Al Viney and Alex Vuillermin get their taste of international success, as Luke Plapp joined his mixed medley team mates for world cycling bronze.
The lowest lows, the highest highs, and the tears In betweenSeptember 7, 2022
After months of feeling “broken” and questioning whether it was worth continuing her long jump career, Brooke Buschkuehl overcame all of life’s challenges to win a second-straight Commonwealth Games silver medal in Birmingham.
VIS power LSV’s top tier athletes during Winter monthsSeptember 6, 2022
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) provided support to Life Saving Victoria’s (LSV) top tier athletes and coaches during the winter months in Melbourne, to help them prepare for the upcoming national competitions.
"Daddy was just representing Australia"September 4, 2022
Paralympic bronze medalist Nick Hum was competing for Australia in Tokyo, when his new-born daughter, Holly was born. Today, the father-of-two is navigating the new normal of balancing elite sport, with work and his role as a Dad.
The National Generation 2032 Coach Program kicks off in MelbourneAugust 30, 2022
Four VIS Coaches have embarked on a two-year learning journey as part of the National Generation 2032 Coach Program.