COVID-19 Update | VIS facility closure and transition to remote servicing & supportMarch 24th, 2020
Following the leadership and direction of the Victorian Government to influence behaviours to reduce the risk of individuals contributing to community transmission of COVID-19 in the wider population, the Victorian Institute of Sport fully support this decision as the health and wellbeing of our community far outweighs the need of sport at this time.
VIS cyclists ready to make their mark on the Olympic GamesMarch 20th, 2020
Two Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) track cyclists and a former Award of Excellence winner have been announced in the Australian Olympic Team for Tokyo 2020.
Lloyd Conquers All To Reach Her Olympic DreamMarch 19th, 2020
With the support provided by the Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS), Tess Lloyd is set to make her Olympic Games debut in Tokyo in the sport of sailing.
Boosting your immunity with good nutritionMarch 17th, 2020
There’s no doubt that COVID-19 presents many challenges for all of us in managing our diet in an attempt to stay healthy.
AJ Provisinally Secures Paralympic SelectionMarch 16th, 2020
Victorian Institute of Sport athlete Amanda 'AJ' Reynolds has earned herself nomination for selection into the 2020 Australian Paralympic Team after she won both women's kayak K1 events at the 2020 Canoe Sprint Championships.
VIS SPORT: UPDATES ON THE EVENTS CANCELLED/POSTPONEDMarch 16th, 2020
The sporting calendar has been heavily impacted by the global coronavirus outbreak.
Open Day PostponedMarch 12th, 2020
It is with great disappointment that we have taken the decision to postpone our VIS Open Day originally scheduled to be held on Tuesday 7th April 2020. With the ongoing development of COVID-19 (coronavirus) we are taking the cautious approach and have decided to postpone the event for the protection of our athletes and staff.
Aerial Skiing Program RecruitmentMarch 11th, 2020
The VIS Aerial Skiing Program is now recruiting retired female gymnasts between the ages of 14-18 years old.
Amanda Reynolds | 2020 VisionsMarch 6th, 2020
On a cold Melbourne morning in 1989, Amanda Reynolds, then aged 17, stood at her school locker, bouncing from toe-to-toe in an effort to keep warm. All over the city, students were most likely mimicking her movement. It was innocent, unremarkable, but for her it would not remain so for very long. Instead, it would change her life forever, sending her down a path of despair and torture that would last for 20 years.
VIS ‘pivotal’ in Montag's Olympic nominationFebruary 14th, 2020
Jemima Montag says that the services provided by the Victorian Institute of Sport is a pivotal reason for her automatic race walking nomination to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.