Victorian Institute of Sport


Monday, 15 October 2018

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Ginn inducted into Hall of Fame

'Persistence beats resistance' for Ginn who will join Oarsome Foursome teammates in the Sport Australia Hall of Fame

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Success in Basketball and Life

Born and raised in Denmark, the other side of the world was the last place Victorian Institute of Sport’s Marketing and Community Projects Coordinator, Camilla Blands thought she would end up.

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Nutrition Tip | Tryfor5

It’s Tryfor5 week from the 14th to the 20th of October, a Nutrition Australia campaign to encourage Aussie’s to have 5 serves of veg daily. This year’s theme is ‘Small Change, Big Gains.’

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Vipers win a thriller as Vikings go down

The Victorian Vipers won in a thriller against WA Diamonds, whilst the Vikings went down to WA Thundersticks in a shock result at the AHL on the weekend.

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Burras take out Sultan of Johor Cup Bronze

The Burras have claimed third place in the Sultan of Johor Cup after a comfortable 6-1 win over Japan at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium on Saturday night as VIS’ Damon Steffens claims the tournament’s top scorer.

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Australian U-21 team announced for Trans-Tasman Series

Hockey Australia announced an 18-member Under-21 Australian team for the 2018 Trans-Tasman Series in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, later this year which included VIS athletes Rachael Guy and Olivia Colasurdo as well as Phil Burrows joining the coaching team.

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Bring on the decider

The Samsung Australian Diamonds will be looking to quickly respond from their 11-goal Constellation Cup loss to New Zealand yesterday, in the light of the series decider in Wellington this Thursday night.

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VIS dominate at Oceania Track Champs

Yesterday concluded the 2018 Oceania Track Championships at the Adelaide Super-Drome, with dozens of medals won by Victorian Institute of Sport athletes, included Graeme Frislie who headlined the event with two gold medals and two silvers.

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How our Youth Olympians went

Paeglis finished her first day of competition with a respectable ranking and is currently sitting in 22nd position with a score of 629. Whilst VIS' Indianna Robertson and her Australian Hockey 5's team ended up finishing 5th in the competition after beating Austria 3-0.

Monday, 08 October 2018

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Get to know our Youth Olympians

Today marked the first day of competition for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG), so here's a guide on all you need to know about our two VIS athletes competing.

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