The VIS Swimming program, incorporating both able bodied and Para athletes, provides daily training environment support to athletes and their coaches to assist in the program’s aims of producing athletes capable of achieving medal winning performances at international competitions, and developing coaches with the expertise to produce athletes with the potential to perform on the world stage.
The VIS athletes had a busy period throughout 2018/19 with Senior, Para and Junior Pan Pacific Championships and Short Course World Championships.
VIS tele-health servicing for Sports Medicine and PhysiotherapyApril 1st, 2020
The Victorian Institute of Sport remains committed to servicing our athletes and have started to implement remote service delivery and support.
VIS SPORT: UPDATES ON THE EVENTS CANCELLED/POSTPONEDMarch 16th, 2020
The sporting calendar has been heavily impacted by the global coronavirus outbreak.
A decade of achievement for the VISJanuary 1st, 2020
As we set our sights to 2020 and a new decade, the Victorian Institute of Sport reflects on the magic moments, history makers and highlights from Victoria’s best athletes across the previous ten years.
Jess Hansen | 2020 VisionsSeptember 9th, 2019
A world without heartbreak might be a world without stories. It is an inescapable reality of the sporting world. It can ruin a dream, but it can also build a champion. Jess Hansen – a 100m breaststroke specialist – knows this all too well. Throughout her career, she has suffered through many frustrating moments – all of them followed by a more resilient outlook. Currently, her focus is on Tokyo, and her determination has never been stronger.
Gippsland high performance experience hailed a successAugust 23rd, 2019
Olympic silver medallist Ash Delaney headlined today’s regional high performance experience delivered by the Victorian Institute of Sport in conjunction with the Gippsland Sports Academy.
Hansen joins the partyJuly 29th, 2019
It was all about the medleys on the final day of swimming at the 18th FINA World Swimming Championships in South Korea.
FINA World Championship 2019July 22nd, 2019
VIS diving, water polo and swimming athletes continue to make a splash at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.
FINA World ChampionshipsJuly 15th, 2019
The FINA World Championships began in South Korea over the weekend with VIS diving and water polo athletes making a splash.
Three Swimmers Selected to make a Splash in South KoreaJune 17th, 2019
Big congratulations to VIS swimmers Jess Hansen, Mack Horton and Matthew Temple
Aussie World Swimming Trials 2019June 11th, 2019
The 2019 Hancock Prospecting World Swimming Trials are currently taking place in Brisbane. So far VIS athletes Mack Horton, Daniel Cave and Jess Hansen, have taken to the stage.
2018 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, Tokyo, Japan
Jessica Hansen - 1st Women’s’ 4x100m Medley Relay, 2nd 100m Women’s Breaststroke (PB)
Mack Horton - 2nd Men’s 400m Freestyle
2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships, Cairns, Australia
Madeleine Scott - 1st SM9 200m Individual Medley, 3rd SM9 Breaststroke
Ashleigh McConnell - 2nd Women’s 4x50m Freestyle Relay (34 Points)
Jaime-Lee Getson - 1st 4x100m Mixed Freestyle Relay (S14), 2nd Women’s 100m Breaststroke (SB14)
2018 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, Suva, Fiji
Brendon Smith - 2nd 400m Freestyle, 3rd 4x200m Freestyle Relay
Silas Harris - 3rd 4x200m Freestyle Relay
2018 Australian Short Course Championships, Melbourne, Australia
Madeleine Scott - 2nd Women’s 200m Individual Medley Multi-Class, 2nd Women’s 100m Butterfly Multi-Class
Sian Whittaker - 3rd Women’s 200m Backstroke, 3rd Women’s 200m Individual Medley
Bowen Gough - 2nd Men’s 200m Butterfly
Jessica Hansen - 1st Women’s 100m Breaststroke, 2nd Women’s 200m Breaststroke
Ashleigh McConnell - 2nd Women’s 50m Freestyle Multi-Class
Ruby Storm - 3rd Women’s 100m Breaststroke Multi-Class
Matthew Temple - 2nd Men’s 100m Butterfly
Daniel Cave - 3rd Men’s 200m Breaststroke
2018 FINA World Short Course Championships, Hangzhou, China
Jessica Hansen - 3rd Women’s 100m Breaststroke, 6th Women’s 50m Breaststroke
2019 Australian Swimming Championships, Adelaide, Australia
Matthew Temple - 2nd Men’s 100m Butterfly
Bowen Gough - 2nd Men’s 200m Butterfly, 3rd Men’s 100m Butterfly
Jessica Hansen - 1st Women’s 50m Breaststroke, 2nd Women’s 100m Breaststroke
Ruby Storm - 2nd 50m Women’s Butterfly Multi-Class
Madeleine Scott - 1st Women’s 100m Butterfly Multi-Class, 3rd Women’s 50m Butterfly Multi-Class
Daniel Cave - 3rd Men’s 100m Breaststroke
Brendon Smith - 2nd Men’s 400m Individual Medley
Emily Beecroft - 2nd Women’s 100m Butterfly Multi-Class
Ashleigh McConnell - 3rd Women’s 100m Freestyle Multi-Class
2019 FINA World Swimming Championships, Gwangju, South Korea (July 2019)
Jessica Hansen, Mack Horton, Matthew Temple
2019 Para World Championships Team Selection, London, England (September 2019)
Col Pearse, Ruby Storm, Jaime-Lee Getson
Rohan Taylor Victorian State Head Coach (employed by Swimming Australia)
Kylie Andrew Sports Dietitian
Kristal Hammond Sport Science - Physiologist
Sara Heasly Performance Lifestyle Adviso
Dr Elaine Tor Sport Science - Biomechanist
Jono Wallace Smith Physical Preparation
Melbourne Vicentre Swimming Club
Nunawading Swimming Club
Traralgon Swimming Club
Northcote Swimming Club
Melbourne H2O Swimming Club
Camberwell Grammar Aquatic
Melbourne Torpedoes Swimming Club
DVE Aquatic Club
Melbourne Uni Propulsion