Table Tennis bronze adds to Lay's haulAugust 2, 2022
The Australian Women’s Table Tennis Team combined to win bronze in the team event, led by the veteran Jian Fang Lay and the emerging star Yangzi Liu.
Judo gold for Easton, Bronze for Katz brothersAugust 2, 2022
Australia’s Tinka Easton has completed her perfect Commonwealth Games debut, claiming women’s judo gold, while siblings Josh and Nathan Katz earned bronze medals.
Weightlifter Kean fifth in Games debutAugust 1, 2022
Brenna Kean went for Commonwealth Games glory but was forced to settle for a creditable fifth to continue an encouraging start to her fledgling weightlifting career.
Gallagher and Ward strike double GoldJuly 31, 2022
Australia’s great Paralympian Jess Gallagher has added another title to her amazing CV after sealing a track cycling golden double at the Commonwealth Games with her pilot Caitlin Ward.
Australian Women's Artistic Team claim silverJuly 31, 2022
Australia have claimed silver in the women’s artistic gymnastics team final in Birmingham after falling heartbreakingly short of gold to England.
Bring on Birmingham: Event PreviewJuly 28, 2022
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have arrived!
67 VIS scholarship holders bound for BirminghamJuly 25, 2022
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) is proud to announce that 67 scholarship holders have been selected to represent Australia at the upcoming 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Buschkuehl new world leaderJuly 11, 2022
In VIS Sport, Brooke Buschkuehl (nee Stratton) jumped a new Australian record, as Mark Crosbee became World Junior champion.
New coaching apprenticeships to fast-track next generationJuly 7, 2022
Australian sport has taken an enormous step in its bid to become a world-leader in coach development ahead of the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) today naming 31 coaches as part of a flagship national apprenticeship program.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Smith back on the podiumJuly 4, 2022
In VIS sport, Anabelle Smith landed on the podium in Budapest, as the Hockeyroos kick-started their World Cup campaign with a win. But, it was sad news for the Melbourne Vixens who fell short of another SSN premiership, defeated by the West Coast Fever.