Monday, 27 August 2018
VIS athlete, Madeline Hills, was a class above the rest at the Australian and Oceania Cross Country Championships, claiming the 10km course victory by almost 400 metres on the Sunshine Coast.
Hockey Australia have announced the 18-member Hockeyroos team, including five Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders to compete at next month’s Four Nations Women's Ibaraki International Tournament in Japan.
Wednesday, 22 August 2018
From playing to coaching, Alana Thomas knows what it takes to be on the big stage; relishing her recent opportunity to assist with the Wallaroos coaching team has only grown her hunger for more.
Monday, 20 August 2018
Following a review of the VIS Data Intelligence capabilities, the VIS is seeking an experienced, qualified and passionate individual to devise, coordinate, manage and ‘champion’ all Data projects within the VIS to identify the development of technical solutions to remove bottlenecks, streamline systems and maximize return on investment.
Teenage sprint sensation Isis Holt lived up to her nickname by adding Commonwealth Games gold to her expanding resume of sprint titles on the Gold Coast.
Birthday presents don’t get much better than a gold medal and Laetisha Scanlan made it a 28th birthday to remember when she won the Women’s Trap title on the Gold Coast, edging out Northern Ireland’s Kirsty Barr in a nail-biting finish.
At the conclusion of the Para-cycling World Cup, two VIS athletes have been crowned series winners in Canada last week. Carol Cooke claimed her title with a gold in the T2, whilst Stuart Tripp also sealed victory with a gold in the MH6 Road Race.
Victorian Institute of Sport track cyclist, Luke Plapp, is now a World Junior Track dual gold medallist winning both the Men’s Points Race and the Men’s Madison in Aigle, Switzerland.
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BUENOS AIRES: It all started with a movie – then Laura Paeglis became Australia’s sole female archer for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.