When Matthews got told to sprintAugust 14th, 2020
Born without a left arm or left lung, Tim Matthews never felt he had a disability, reaching for the stars he went onto become a triple Paralympic gold medallist.
The Games at HomeAugust 12th, 2020
The 2000 Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games were special for so many reasons. We had high expectations that our athletes would deliver on home soil, and they sure did.
Honey’s return from injury just the beginningAugust 11th, 2020
Almost two years after mid-courter Tayla Honey signed with the Melbourne Vixens she finally made her much anticipated debut on the weekend after overcoming a ruptured Achilles tendon in last year’s preseason.
Vixens outrun, outscore and outplay FirebirdsAugust 10th, 2020
The Melbourne Vixens have put on a clinical display at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena this afternoon, demolishing hosts, the Queensland Firebirds, by 28 points.
Never write off Champions: The Oarsome Foursome storyAugust 7th, 2020
The ‘Oarsome Foursome’ showed the world that you can never write off champions at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Through the highs and lows of Australian rowing, the ‘Oarsome Foursome’ proved that champions will always find a way to succeed.
Sports and Exercise PhysiotherapistAugust 6th, 2020
We have a role available for an experienced, highly professional, titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist to join our performance services team on a 0.4 FTE part time employed basis.
Russell Mark’s success on and off targetAugust 5th, 2020
With his incredible results and likeable personality Russell Mark paved the way for Victoria’s talented group of shooting athletes today and put shooting on the map in Australia.
Our Second GamesAugust 4th, 2020
The sporting focus of 1996 was clearly on the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Atlanta. Following the great achievements in Barcelona we were optimistic that our athletes could do even better this time.
Vixens start season in styleAugust 3rd, 2020
Ten months on from their last Suncorp Super Netball outing, the Melbourne Vixens have given their fans something to smile about, recording a 63-52 victory over their crosstown rivals, the Collingwood Magpies.
Remembering the 1992 Olympics through Hockey legend Jay StacyJuly 31st, 2020
Our final chapter of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics will be a reflection with Hockey legend Jay Stacy, one of the best players Australia has ever produced.