Victorian Institute of Sport


Monday, 18 June 2018

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Smith finishes fifth on world stage

VIS Shooter, Penny Smith, has finished fifth in the women’s Trap Final at the ISSF World Cup in Malta last week.

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Jaryd Clifford makes monumental step towards Tokyo 2020

Rio Paralympian, Jaryd Clifford, made his track debut with the assistance of a guide runner over 5000m at the Stumptown Twilight Meet, Portland (USA) over the weekend.

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

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Nutrition Tip | Flavoured milk or supplement?

You may have noticed the increase in flavoured milk drinks on the market recently, many promoting the fact that they are a good source of protein. Are these simply milk, or are they in fact, a supplement?

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Bol and Deng light up Stockholm Diamond League

Peter Bol and Joseph Deng have lit up the Stockholm Diamond League with a thrilling 1-2 finish in the men’s 800m, missing the national record by the narrowest of margins.

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Smith concludes competitive season with another bronze

Anabelle Smith wins bronze at FINA Diving World Cup in China

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VIS CEO celebrates 20-year anniversary at SportScotland Institute of Sport

Victorian Institute of Sport Chief Executive Officer, Anne Marie Harrison is currently on assignment at the SportScotland Institute of Sport to celebrate its 20-year anniversary.

Monday, 04 June 2018

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Fletcher takes out two big wins

VIS Future Talent athlete, Hayden Fletcher, had the two biggest wins of his BMX career, winning both Friday and Saturday events in the ‘A pro’ class at the USABMX Music City Nationals in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Rook to steer women’s rowing eight

Victorian Institute of Sport’s, James Rook, will be coxing the women’s eight at the upcoming Rowing World Cup.

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Deng delivers in Hengelo

19-year-old VIS runner, Joseph Deng, has burst onto the international athletics scene recording the 5th fastest 800m time in Australian history.

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Mackenzie climbing in the right direction

In Oceana Mackenzie’s first Sport Climbing World Cup she certainly did herself and the VIS proud, making the semi-finals in a tight competition in Hachioji, Tokyo.

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