Victorian Institute of Sport


Friday, 20 April 2018

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Frey appointed Shooting Performance Support Manager

We are pleased to announce that Nicky Frey has been appointed as the new VIS/ Shooting Australia (SA) Shooting Performance Support Manager.

Thursday, 19 April 2018

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Request for Tender (RFT)

Request for Tender (RFT) | Design & Provision of Sports Apparel and Corporate Uniforms

Monday, 16 April 2018

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Badminton Review: Commonwealth Games

VIS’ Gronya Somerville and Setyana Mapasa swept through the first round of the Gold Coast tournament 21-3, 21-6 and progressed all the way to the semi-finals before confronting England.

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Beach Volleyball Review: Commonwealth Games

Victorian Institute of Sport’s Damien Schumann and his Australian teammate Chris McHugh became our first ever Commonwealth Games beach volleyball gold medalists.

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Cycling Review: Commonwealth Games

Kell O’Brien and the men’s 4000m team pursuit won gold for Australia in spectacular fashion setting a new world record.

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Swimming Review: Commonwealth Games

For the first time since Manchester 2002 (Ian Thorpe) Australia again owns the Commonwealth Games 400 metre Mens Freestyle title, thanks to our own Mack Horton.

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Table Tennis Review: Commonwealth Games

VIS table tennis players Melissa Tapper and Jian Fang Lay enjoyed a hectic Commonwealth Games schedule competing in a range of table tennis events.

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Hockey Men's Review: Commonwealth Games

Victorian Institute of Sport hockey player Aaron Kleinschmidt was instrumental in the Kookaburras 2-0 gold medal victory over New Zealand.

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Hockey Women's Review: Commonwealth Games

VIS’ Madi Ratcliffe, Rachael Lynch, Emily Hurtz and their Hockeyroos team marched through the qualifying games , and the semi-final without conceding a goal.

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Netball Review: Commonwealth Games

In a desperately close and thrilling gold medal match, VIS’ Jo Weston, Liz Watson and their Australian Diamond team mates had to settle for silver against the most professional and proficient team England has ever fielded.

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