Victorian Institute of Sport


Monday, 09 April 2018

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Nutrition Tip | Tips to eating in the Athletes Village

Before our athletes arrived at the Commonwealth Games village, VIS Nutrition spent some time educating them on how to continue their usual eating habits in the grand environment that is the Dining Hall, as well as other food and venue stations in the heart of the village.

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Mapasa and Somerville just miss out on semis

Setyana Mapasa and Gronya Somerville after impressive form in the mixed team badminton event just missed out on a spot in the semifinal, going down to a strong Singapore side in straight set.

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Kleinschmidt finding the back of the net consistently

VIS’ Aaron Kleinschmidt has helped his Australian Kookaburras team to an undefeated run, finding the back of the net in both of their matches.

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Kell turns track into Gold

The men’s 4000m team pursuit won gold for Australia in a new World Record time, which included VIS scholarship holder Kell O’Brien.

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Krizanic bowls into history

VIS scholarship holder Carla Krizanic and her Australian women's lawn bowls fours team have broken a 4398 day Games gold medal drought for the nation.

Tuesday, 03 April 2018

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2018 Commonwealth Games: Guide and Preview for Gold Coast

With the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast starting tomorrow, here’s everything you need to know.

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Jones crowned Junior World Champion

VIS sharp shooter Aislin Jones has won the women’s Skeet event at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney.

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Birkinhead edges out former champion

VIS athletes Brooke Stratton (Long Jump) and Damien Birkinhead (Shot Put) proved they're ready for Commonwealth Games action, registering great results at the Queensland International Track Classic in Brisbane.

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Nutrition Tip | Life in the Athletes Village

As you sit down to dinner this evening, imagine dining with 2000 others, as our athletes will be doing in the Commonwealth Games Village.

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Vale Wendy Braybon

The Victorian Institute of Sport wishes to extend its deepest sympathies to the family of Wendy Braybon, who passed away on the 2nd April 2018.

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