Monday, 16 July 2018
The 17-strong Samsung Australian Diamonds squad included six VIS athletes who will compete for the 2018 Quad Series and Constellation Cup in Australia and New Zealand this September-October.
VIS para-athlete, Jaryd Clifford, made history at the IAAF U20 World Championships in Tampere, Finland as he became the first Paralympian to compete at the able-bodied event.
Here's how and what you need to make Spiced Yellow Spit Pea and Coconut Soup
Thursday, 12 July 2018
Yesterday, regionally-based talented athletes to enjoy a High Performance Experience at the VIS.
Monday, 09 July 2018
The Melbourne Vixens have claimed a crucial win against the Queensland Firebirds in a nail biter on the Gold Coast, defeating the home team 58-57.
35 para swimmers including VIS athletes Madeleine Scott and Ashleigh McConnell will complement the 33-strong Australian Dolphins team, which includes VIS athletesMack Horton and Jessica Hansen set to contest at next month’s Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Cairns and Tokyo.
A sprint to the finish line in the Road Race cost VIS’ Carol Cooke her second gold medal at the second World Cup in Emmen, Netherlands.
Bowls Australia last week announced a 34 team of Bowls players, which is separated into a 20-strong-top-tieird contingent and 14-player second-tier feeder squad. Three VIS scholarship holders were among those selected.
Victorian Institute of Sport netballer, Rahni Samason was last week named Australian Netball League MVP, after a fantastic season with the Victorian Fury.
If this cold weather is leaving you craving a warm soup, then go right ahead.