Victorian Institute of Sport


Monday, 05 February 2018

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Scanlan Shooting for the Stars

A total of eight VIS athletes will represent Australia in shooting at the Commonwealth Games, including defending Commonwealth Games champion, Laetisha Scanlan.

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Kell O’Brien on target for bright career

Day 1 to 4 wrap of Track Nationals with a flurry of standout performances by VIS cyclists

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Three VIS Divers set to make a big splash

VIS athletes James Connor, Anna Rose Keating and Anabelle Smith have been selected in the Australian Commonwealth Games Diving team to compete at Gold Coast 2018.

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Eccles places 5th at Oates Vic Open

Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holder, Ben Eccles was the best performed VIS athlete throughout the tournament finishing 10 under for T5.

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Weston and Watson Commonwealth Games selection confirmed

Victorian Institute of Sport and Melbourne Vixens athletes, Liz Watson and Jo Weston have been named in the Australian Netball team competing at Gold Coast 2018.

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Scotty soars to X Games silver

A score of 98.00 wasn’t enough for Scotty James to go back-to-back at the X Games, with Japan’s Ayumu Hirano scoring 99.00 in the final round to win gold in Aspen last week.

Monday, 29 January 2018

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Shooting – Performance Support Manager

The VIS and Shooting Australia (SA) are seeking an experienced, qualified and passionate Performance Support Manager.

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Six VIS athletes selected for PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games

The Australian Olympic Committee have confirmed the selection of Victorian Institute of Sport athletes Lydia Lassila, David Morris, Scotty James, Danielle Scott, Laura Peel, and Samantha Wells for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

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Tapper and Fang Lay Commonwealth Games selection confirmed

Commonwealth Games Australia have confirmed the selection of VIS athletes Milly Tapper and Jian Fang Lay to represent Australia in Table Tennis at Gold Coast 2018.

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Alcott the Australian tennis sensation we have all been looking for

VIS athlete, Dylan Alcott, has made history by taking out his fourth consecutive Australian Open title winning the quad wheelchair singles.

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