The VIS Individual Athlete Scholarships are offered annually to athletes from sports which do not have a VIS Tier 1 program. The program features a range of Australia’s leading high performance athletes across numerous Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth sports.
The athletes, who are all achieving excellent results in senior national and international competition, are able to access the full range of comprehensive performance services as well as utilising the outstanding training and recovery facilities at the VIS headquarters at Lakeside Stadium.
Tokyo 2020: Our Paralympians Inspired the WorldSeptember 16th, 2021
From Emily Petricola smashing her own world record and winning gold at her first Paralympic Games, to Dylan Alcott OAM notching up back-to-back wheelchair tennis gold medals in the quad singles, Tokyo 2020 had it all.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Ten PreviewSeptember 3rd, 2021
All eyes will be on Alistair Donohoe's ride for redemption in the Road Race today, as well as our gold medal quest in the table tennis team events.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Eight ReviewSeptember 1st, 2021
It was a day of mixed results for our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders on Day Eight. Our Aussie para-table tennis athletes booked themselves into gold medal playoffs, as the Aussie Rollers suffered a heartbreaking loss to the home nation Japan.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Eight PreviewSeptember 1st, 2021
All eyes will be on quad doubles pair Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson as they look to defend their gold medal from Rio today on centre court. As well today, Ma Lin is set to break the para-table tennis medal record with his class 9-10 team in the semifinals.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Seven ReviewAugust 31st, 2021
It was an impressive day for our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders who combined collected five medals on Day Seven. Meanwhile Dylan Alcott qualified himself into another gold medal match.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Seven PreviewAugust 31st, 2021
Today our road cyclists get ready to take the track with Carol Cooke, Stuart Tripp, Emily Petricola and Alistair Donohoe all set to go for gold. Col Pearse is ready to make his Paralympic debut, as Dylan Alcott competes to secure his spot in the gold medal match.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Six ReviewAugust 30th, 2021
It was a highly successful day for our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders bringing home two para-table tennis gold medals thanks to Li Na Lei and Qian Yang, and a javelin silver thanks to Michal Burian.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Day Six PreviewAugust 30th, 2021
Today commences another huge week of Paralympic sport for our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders, starting with two gold medal matches in the para-table tennis tonight.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Weekend Review (Day Four & Five)August 29th, 2021
It was an action-packed weekend full of Paralympic sport, headlined by Ma Lin and Isis Holt who both won silver medals and added to the Australian Paralympic medal tally.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Weekend Preview (Day Four & Five)August 28th, 2021
It looks set to be huge opening weekend for our Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders with medals up for grabs as well as places in the gold medal match in several different events.
1st 2019 ITTF Oceania-Para Championships (Tokyo 2020 Qualification), Darwin NT
3rd 2018 ITTF Para World Championships, Slovenia
Table Tennis Victoria
Table Tennis Australia