Tuesday, 18 September 2018
The 2018 World Rowing Championships concluded with VIS having scholarship holders in three podium finishing teams, including the Women’s Eight, Men’s Eight and Women’s Coxless Four in Plovdiv, Bulgaria over the weekend.
Monday, 17 September 2018
The Kookaburras have defeated world number two Argentina 1-nill at Marrara Hockey Centre on Sunday in a warm up for the Darwin International Hockey Open which saw VIS’ Josh Simmonds debut.
The Hockeyroos suffered a 2-1 defeat in the Four Nations Final against Japan who came from behind to clinch victory in Ibaraki on Sunday afternoon.
Victorian Institute of Sport athlete and Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Melissa ‘Milly’ Tapper, headed to Kyneton to visit local schools and inspire the next generation of emerging regional Victorian athletes last week.
VIS’ Senior Performance Coordinator, Nerissa Turner is known for her incredible photography, after she was “accidentally” introduced to sports photography work by former VIS wheelchair basketballer and now current Captain-Coach of Collingwoods wheelchair AFL team, Brendan Stroud.
Spring is in the air and winter has hopefully finally passed us by. But are you still finding you’re getting sick and run down?
A contingent of Victorian Institute of Sport middle-distance athletes head to Darwin to contest the country’s richest road mile over the weekend.
The Samsung Diamonds blooded another potential gem as they launched the Netball Quad Series with a 61-44 win against the South African SPAR Proteas at Spark Arena, Auckland.
The final piece to the Melbourne Vixens 2019 puzzle has been secured with the signings of South African goaler, Ine-Marí Venter and Vixens’ mid-courter, Tayla Honey.
Monday, 10 September 2018
More than 285,000 Victorian women have been empowered to get active as a result of health promotion foundation VicHealth’s powerful This Girl Can – Victoria campaign.