The Victorian Institute of Sport join forces with the Australian Institute of FitnessNovember 18, 2021
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with the Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF).
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: A Career Best and An Impressive Return HomeOctober 25, 2021
In VIS Sport, India Robinson pulled together a career-best result to date, as Steph Catley impressed in the Commonwealth Bank Matildas 3-1 victory over Brazil.
Cook with Tokyo Olympian Jemima MontagOctober 13, 2021
Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holder and Tokyo Olympian Jemima Montag teaches us all how to cook 'Buckwheat Crepes, Two Ways'.
National Nutrition Week 2021October 11, 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”.
Di Honey extends for two yearsSeptember 30, 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.
Liz Watson named Diamonds CaptainSeptember 23, 2021
Mid-court star Liz Watson has been announced as the 25th national captain, with Sunshine Coast Lightning's Steph Wood named as the Origin Australian Diamonds vice-captain.
Champions of the World: A countdown to successSeptember 18, 2021
When the Australian Women’s Four crew crossed the finish line, Jessica Morrison was unsure if they’d done enough to hold off a fast-finishing Dutch outfit, but Lucy Stephan insisted to the crew “we’ve done it”.
Becoming Paralympic champion: Emily PetricolaSeptember 17, 2021
In 2007, following the sudden onset of numbness throughout her body, Emily Petricola was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). She was 27. Fast forward six years, Emily is a Paralympic Champion!
The marathon men: Clifford and Logan reflect on TokyoSeptember 17, 2021
Jaryd Clifford returned to Australia as a three-time Paralympic medallist, winning silver in both the T12/13 Marathon and the 5000m, and a bronze in the 1500m.
Tokyo 2020: Our Paralympians Inspired the WorldSeptember 16, 2021
Emily Petricola wins gold at her first Paralympic Games.