The primary aim of the VIS Netball Program is to prepare Victorian athletes for competition at elite domestic level, both within the Suncorp Super Netball competition and the Australian National League (ANL), and to prepare athletes for selection into Senior National teams and Underage squads.
The VIS program works in partnership with Netball Australia (NA) and Netball Victoria (NV), to deliver an underpinning program that provides world class coaching, training and support services to targeted nationally identified underage squad athletes to assist them to improve their competitive performance and reach their full potential on and off the court. The program also works in partnership with NV to provide coaching and performance support to the Melbourne Vixens for their Suncorp Super Netball campaign.
Performance Science TraineeshipAugust 11, 2022
Now recruiting, 'Performance Science Traineeship'
Bring on Birmingham: Event PreviewJuly 28, 2022
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have arrived!
New coaching apprenticeships to fast-track next generationJuly 7, 2022
Australian sport has taken an enormous step in its bid to become a world-leader in coach development ahead of the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) today naming 31 coaches as part of a flagship national apprenticeship program.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Smith back on the podiumJuly 4, 2022
In VIS sport, Anabelle Smith landed on the podium in Budapest, as the Hockeyroos kick-started their World Cup campaign with a win. But, it was sad news for the Melbourne Vixens who fell short of another SSN premiership, defeated by the West Coast Fever.
Cycling stars chase a gold rush in BirminghamJune 16, 2022
The 34-strong squad of Australia’s best cyclists have booked their tickets to Birmingham ready to take on the Commonwealth’s best, which includes six Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders.
Sparkling Diamonds are out for redemption in BirminghamJune 14, 2022
Australia’s Netball Team Members have been selected for the Birmingham Games, with the 12 players hoping to add their own chapter to the Diamonds’ golden history at the Commonwealth Games.
VIS' Reflect RAP submitted to Reconciliation AustraliaMay 26, 2022
The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) continues its reconciliation journey, with the ongoing commitment of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) working group. The final draft of the VIS’ Reflect RAP has been submitted to Reconciliation Australia.
Fear of the unknown: Mitch GourleyMay 20, 2022
As one door closes for long-term Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) scholarship holder Mitch Gourley who announced his retirement from an alpine skiing earlier this year, another door has opened.
Tokyo Champions take top honoursMay 13, 2022
2021 VIS Award of Excellence winners revealed.
Caitlin Thwaites: Navigating the new normMay 5, 2022
Caitlin Thwaites is looking forward to celebrating this year’s Mother’s Day as a first time Mum.