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The role of the Future Talent Program is to identify and support the “next generation” of athletes who will represent Australia at marquee events such as the Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games. Some excellent results were achieved by the future talent group in 2018/2019.

The role of the Future Talent Program is to identify and support the “next generation” of athletes who will represent Australia at marquee events such as the Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games.  Some excellent results were achieved by the future talent group in 2018/2019.

Te Hiko and Fletcher are back on top

February 18th, 2019

VIS’ Brandon Te Hiko led from start-to-finish at the first stage of the 2019 BMX Australia BAD BOY National Series at Sydney Olympic Park on the weekend.

Fletcher causes upset in Launceston

October 29th, 2018

VIS’ Hayden Fletcher was too good in the men’s Superclass BMX event, lunging for the line to defeat fellow Victorian Max Carins at the Launceston BMX Club last weekend.

Fletcher takes out two big wins

June 4th, 2018

VIS Future Talent athlete, Hayden Fletcher, had the two biggest wins of his BMX career, winning both Friday and Saturday events in the ‘A pro’ class at the USABMX Music City Nationals in Nashville, Tennessee.

Te Hiko named for Australia

May 7th, 2018

VIS’ Brandon Te Hiko has been selected in the Australian UCI BMX World Championships team set to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan next month.

Fletcher just misses out on podium finish

April 23rd, 2018

VIS BMX rider Hayden Fletcher just missed out on a podium finish in the final of the second round of the elite men’s national series crossing the line in fourth position.

Te Hiko claims thrilling BMX national title

March 26th, 2018

VIS BMX rider Brandon Te Hiko took out the elite men’s national BMX title in style, overcoming Shane Rosa in the final metres of the final yesterday in Bunbury, Western Australia.

Turner takes control at Crankworx

August 21st, 2017

Bodi Turner has decimated the competition at his Crankworx competition debut in Whistler, Canada over the weekend.

Turner takes sixth

July 30th, 2017

VIS scholarship holder, Bodi Turner, has finished 6th in the field at the UCI BMX World Championships.

Turner returns to top form

May 7th, 2017

VIS athlete, Bodi Turner, narrowly missed out on a podium finish after finishing 4th at the first UCI BMX Supercross World Cup of the year in Papendal, Netherlands.

A Conversation with Catherine Freeman

December 8th, 2016

A group of fourteen nominated VIS Scholarship holders received a special invitation to a Personal Excellence workshop with Catherine Freeman.

Hayden Fletcher (BMX)

1st - BMXA National Series Round 7, Launceston, Tas

1st - 2019 BMX Australia BAD BOY National Series – Stage 

Rob Leeds Performance Manager (Pathways)

Nerissa Turner Senior Performance Coordinator (Pathways)

Elaine Bo Sports Dietitian

Harry Brennan Physical Preparation/Sport Science Manager

Josh Ferguson Sports Physiotherapist

Steve Hawkins Lead Physiotherapist

Sara Heasly Performance Lifestyle Adviser

Dr Greg Hickey Sports Medicine Physician

Kate Mcgillivray Sports Physiotherapist

Gillian Niven Soft Tissue Therapist

Mark Piccolo Personal Excellence Adviser (until December 2018)

Ebonie Rio Sports Physiotherapist

Mark Spargo Sports Psychologist

Dr Patrick Sunderland Sports Medicine Registrar

Jono Wallace-Smith Physical Preparation Coach

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