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.
Performance Science TraineeshipAugust 11, 2022
Now recruiting, 'Performance Science Traineeship'
Brilliant Birmingham 2022August 10, 2022
It was a golden Games for Victorian Institute of Sport athletes, who took home an incredible 13 gold medals from the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
Elite sport PhD opportunity: Deakin University and the Victorian Institute of SportAugust 3, 2022
An exciting PhD project looking to more accurately and comprehensively understand the unique traits of elite swimmers to individualise preparation has become available.
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.
Tokyo Champions take top honoursMay 13, 2022
2021 VIS Award of Excellence winners revealed.
McConnell and Pearse amongst stars of the pool ready to splash and dash in BirminghamMay 5, 2022
The first Australian Swimming Team Members have been selected as they prepare to take on the Commonwealth’s best swimmers in Birmingham.
Carla Krizanic: Elite-Athlete-MotherMay 4, 2022
Commonwealth and World Champion lawn bowler Carla Krizanic recently claimed gold at the 2021 Australian Champion of Champions at Broadbeach Bowls Club.
CGA Celebrates 100 Days To Go To Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth GamesApril 19, 2022
Today marks an important milestone in the countdown to the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, there are just 100 days to go until our Australian Team Members are bold, brave and brilliant in Birmingham.