The VIS cycling program comprises two structured sub-programs, Road Cycling and Track Cycling, and services an exciting group of world class athletes from junior through to Olympic and professional level.
As well as training and competition support, the program provides athletes with medical, sport science, physiotherapy, psychology, nutritional and ACE services.
Through participation in training camps and daily training sessions, athletes push themselves and each other to obtain world class performances. The development of each athlete is monitored by program staff through regular monitoring and testing
Monday, 08 January 2018
Jess Gallagher and Alistair Donohoe will represent Australia for the 2018 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships to be held in Rio De Janeiro from 22-25 March 2018.
Monday, 08 January 2018
VIS para-cyclists have dominated the 2018 FedUni Road National Championships in Ballarat last week
Monday, 18 December 2017
A highly successful weekend of track cycling for Victorian Institute of Sport riders at DISC Velodrome saw a number of podium finishes.
Monday, 11 December 2017
VIS cyclist, Jess Gallagher, has won gold in the Tandem Time Trial at the Para-Cycling Nationals in Sydney.
Monday, 27 November 2017
VIS cyclists have continued to dominate the Darebin International Sports Centre on Saturday, as the Victorian State titles continued.
Sunday, 19 November 2017
VIS scholarship holders have put up some outstanding results at the Victorian State Sprint and Individual Pursuit Championships at the Darebin International Sports Centre over the weekend.
Monday, 13 November 2017
Angus Lyons has claimed his first General Classification podium of the 2017 National Road Series, finishing second in the Spirit of Tasmania Cycling Tour.
Saturday, 28 October 2017
The VIS has had a successful weekend on the track, with four VIS athletes bringing home three golds and a bronze at the 2018 Victorian State Omnium Championships.
Sunday, 22 October 2017
Ruby Roseman-Gannon has added another 2017 road victory to her cap, following a win in the Stage 4 criterium in the Tour of Gippsland yesterday.
Sunday, 01 October 2017
Ruby Roseman-Gannon has made a clean sweep of the individual cycling events at the Australian University Games on the Gold Coast last week.
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Australian National Championships, Sydney
Shane Perkins - 1st Men’s Keirin, 3rd Men’s Team Sprint
Braeden Dean - 1st U19 Men’s 1km TT & Team Sprint, 2nd Men’s Sprint
Jay Castles - 1st U19 Men’s Team Sprint, 3rd U19 Men’s Sprint
Alex Morgan - 2nd Men’s Individual Pursuit
Jacob Schmid - 2nd Men’s Keirin, 3rd Men’s Team Sprint
Caitlin Ward - 2nd Women’s 500m TT & Team Sprint, 3rd Women’s Keirin & Sprint
Matt Ross - 2nd U19 Men’s 10km Scratch, 3rd Men’s Team Pursuit
Lucas Hamilton - 3rd Men’s Team Pursuit
Alex Morgan, Shane Perkins, Jacob Schmid and Caitlin Ward – Selected into ‘Long Squad’ for 2014 Commonwealth Games
Alex Morgan and Caitlin Ward named male and female Victorian Track Cyclists of the Year 2013/14, respectively.
International & Domestic
Jess Allen - 1st Women’s Oceania Road Championships
Lucas Hamilton - 1st U19 Men’s Oceania Road Championships, 1st Stage 2 & 3rd Stage 3, Mersey Valley Tour (National Junior Men’s Selection)
Tessa Fabry - 1st General Classification, 2014 Battle on the Border (NRS) & 2nd Overall General Classification, Mersey Valley Tour (NRS)
Tom Hamilton - King of the Mountains Classification winner, Jayco Herald Sun Tour
Alex Morgan - Selected into Jayco-AIS U23 World Tour Academy Squad
Associate Scholarship Holders
Simon Gerrans - 1st Liege-Bastogne-Liege, 1st General Classification, Tour Down Under (UCI World Tour Race), 1st Australian Elite Road Championship, Victorian Sportsperson of the Year, 3rd Amstel Gold Race
Simon Clarke - 1st General Classification, Jayco Herald Sun Tour
Cadel Evans - 2nd General Classification, Tour Down Under (UCI World Tour Race)
Training VenuesVIS Gymnasium
Darebin International Sports Centre (DISC)
Various metropolitan and country road training courses