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.
Juggling ActMay 11th, 2020
An elite para-triathlete, motivational speaker, mentor, registered psychologist and mum - Kate Naess (nee Doughty) knows no limits when it comes to adversity and achievement.
Naess ends with a winSeptember 9th, 2019
VIS para-triathlete Kate Naess has ended her racing season on a high, taking home the gold medal and valuable Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games qualification points at the 2019 ITU Para-triathlon World Cup in Banyoles, Spain, on Sunday.
Juggling Act | PinnacleAugust 6th, 2019
An elite para-triathlete, motivational speaker, mentor, registered psychologist and mum - Kate Doughty knows no limits when it comes to adversity and achievement.
Kate Doughty produces an emotional victoryApril 29th, 2019
The 35-year-old Melbourne mother overcame the sudden death of her father-in-law just three days before the race to dedicate the win to him.
VIS athletes advocates for mental healthApril 10th, 2019
Three VIS athletes have been selected as Community Custodians in the new AIS and Lifeline Australia mental health program.
Doughty returns in styleMarch 12th, 2019
Super-mum Kate Doughty made a spectacular start to her 2019 season, winning the PTS5 class at the ITU Paratriathlon World Cup in Devonport last weekend.
2XU named Official Apparel & Compression PartnerNovember 30th, 2018
Following a thorough tender process, the VIS has named the Melbourne-based, globally-renowned brand 2XU as its “Official High Performance Sports Apparel and Corporate Uniform Partner”.
Rachael Lynch | Why silver is goldAugust 13th, 2018
The Hockeyroos settled for silver at the Commonwealth Games after being beaten by a clinical New Zealand outfit in the gold medal match at the Gold Coast Hockey Centre
Kate bags a bronzeJuly 30th, 2017
Kate Doughty has secured her third podium finish and her first bronze medal of the ITU World Paratriathlon Series in Edmonton, Canada over the weekend.
Doughty's trifecta season startMay 15th, 2017
Kate Doughty has made a stunning start to her World Triathlon Series campaign, taking home the gold for the third consecutive time in Yokohama, Japan over the weekend.
1st PTS5 Category 2019 OTU Para-Triathlon World Cup, Newcastle NSW
1st PTS5 Category 2019 ITU Para-Triathlon World Cup, Devonport Tas
1st PTS5 Category 2019 ITU World Para-Triathlon Series, Milan ITA