Basil appointed Athletics Performance AdvisorSeptember 3rd, 2019
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Adam Basil to the role of VIS Athletics Performance Advisor.
Presentation & Communication Skills workshopSeptember 2nd, 2019
The VIS, in conjunction with the AIS is offering a FREE practical 3 hour workshop at the VIS this September.
WOMEN'S HEALTH WEEK 2019September 2nd, 2019
We will be celebrating National Women's Health Week 2019 by facilitating a series of workshops for our female athletes and their support staff/network at the VIS.
Vixens stun MagpiesSeptember 2nd, 2019
The Melbourne Vixens have proven to the netball world why they are still the best Victorian team in Suncorp Super Netball, defeating their cross-town rivals, the Collingwood Magpies, 62-49 in an absolute dominant performance.
Hockeyroos Olympic qualifiers team namedSeptember 2nd, 2019
A Hockeyroos team has been named for the Oceania Cup, which will double as qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. VIS athletes Lily Brazel, Amy Lawton, Rach Lynch, Sophie Taylor and Ashlee Wells were all included.
Women's Four, World ChampionsSeptember 2nd, 2019
VIS’ Lucy Stephan and Katrina Werry, alongside their Women’s Four Australian teammates, wrapped up a fantastic 2019 World Rowing Championships winning gold in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria.
O'Brien wins Tour of the Great South CoastSeptember 2nd, 2019
Victorian Institute of Sport cyclist, Kell O’Brien, won the Australia NRS Tour of the Great South Coast over the weekend.
Nutrition Tip | Spring has SprungSeptember 2nd, 2019
Spring is here and with it comes seasonal fruits and vegetables like asparagus!
Australia off to a flyerAugust 26th, 2019
Our VIS rowers got off to the good start in hot conditions on the opening day of the 2019 World Rowing Championships. Which saw 11 out of 12 Australian crews progress to quarter or semi-finals in Austria overnight.
Willett the best of 373August 26th, 2019
VIS shooter, James Willett won the Nandi Rossi Memorial - International Division at the Umbriaverde Shooting range in Italy against a field of 373 competitors.