THE PINNACLE: Issue 2 DEC 1990March 24th, 2021
“The Pinnacle” or now known as “Pinnacle Magazine” was first distributed in 1990, the same year the Victorian Institute of Sport was established.
Mitch targets the future with grandfather's adviceMarch 18th, 2021
Mitch Iles has been firing a shotgun for as long as he can remember.
Advice to my younger self: Adam BasilMarch 17th, 2021
Adam Basil is a former Australian Olympic sprinter and is currently the Athletics Performance Advisor at the Victorian Institute of Sport.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Back-to-back Crystal Globes, another podium finish, and athletics duo lead the charge.March 15th, 2021
In VIS sport, Laura Peel created history with a second Crystal Globe, Scotty James finishes on the podium again at the World Championships and Linden Hall & Jaryd Clifford led the charge at the Canberra Track Classic.
Laura Peel is Australia’s first aerial skiing double World ChampionMarch 11th, 2021
Australian aerial skier Laura Peel has won gold at the FIS World Championships, performing a number of spectacular triple back somersaults to claim victory in Almaty, Kazakhstan, overnight.
THE PINNACLE: Issue 1, OCT 1990March 11th, 2021
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Rowing squads announced, a state champion crowned and Alessia's emotional winMarch 9th, 2021
In VIS sport, 16 scholarship holders selected in squads and crews for the 2021 Australian Rowing Team, the winning streak by McCaig rolls on and Imeneo crowned state champion.
VIS celebrates International Women's DayMarch 8th, 2021
Marked annually on March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD) is one of the most important days of the year to celebrate women's achievements, raise awareness about women's equality and lobby for gender parity.
Nirvana Tech supporting VIS Athletics ProgramMarch 8th, 2021
The VIS would like to give a huge thanks to Nirvana Tech for supplying our athletes with a weights package for their current season. They have a great range of quality training equipment based here in Melbourne.
Sport, School & A Global Pandemic | Kipp SmithMarch 4th, 2021
Balancing life as an elite sportsperson as well as completing your final year of school is already hard enough, and for Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) scholarship holder Kipp Smith, a global pandemic made things even more challenging.