The VIS Sailing program operates in partnership with Australian Sailing’s high performance program to provide key support in the performance pathway program through to the Australian Sailing Squad & Australian Sailing Team. The VIS Sailing program work closely with our program partners, state network coaches, national program coaches & staff, along with performance services staff to provide high quality support to nationally categorised athletes within the high performance pathway.
VIS athletes compete across the majority of Olympic boat classes with a focus on providing a strong domestic training base, while exposing athletes to high quality national and international training and competition opportunities. The program has been successful in increasing representation on national squads, with the ultimate aim to have our athletes competing at the 2020 Olympic Games and ISAF World Championship events
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.
Key appointments to drive coach developmentJune 8, 2022
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and National Institute Network (NIN) continue to prioritise and progress coach development, announcing three key new appointments across the country.
Tokyo Champions take top honoursMay 13, 2022
2021 VIS Award of Excellence winners revealed.
WEEKEND WRITE-UP: Scotty back on the winners listJanuary 24, 2022
In VIS sport, Scotty James is back on the winners list after an impressive performance in Aspen, as Dylan Alcott triumphs in a three-set battle at the Australian Open.
Returning Olympians share stories with school's across VictoriaAugust 24, 2021
Tokyo Olympic Games athletes have dialled into virtual classrooms across Victoria.
The brains behind the brawn: Sylvie WithersAugust 21, 2021
VIS lead sport scientist, Sylvie Withers, whose parents were Olympic rowers, was training to qualify for the Australian Rowing Team before she realised that she wouldn’t make it to the Olympics. It was then that she decided to help others achieve their Olympics aspirations.
The VIS Family is about to expandAugust 10, 2021
Come and join our world class team
VIS results at Tokyo 2020August 9, 2021
See below all of our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holder results from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
It's Tokyo Time: PreviewJuly 21, 2021
After a year of impossible setbacks, the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games are finally here!
100 days to goApril 14, 2021
As the clock ticks over to 100 days until the start of the Tokyo Olympics, meet some of our athletes who are gearing up for what's going to be one of the most unique Olympic Games.
Royal Brighton Yacht Club
Sorrento Sailing and Couta Boat Club