Now is your chance to ask a question to one of our Victorian Institute of Sport experts. Throughout the year, our experts from a range of different fields, will be answering your questions. So whether it be about career pathways, what working in a high performance sports setting is like, or just how we go about things at the VIS, fire away! Our first expert that you have the opportunity to ask a question to is our Lead Physiotherapist Steve Hawkins. Steve has a wealth of knowledge with over twenty years’ experience in the field.
We support all of our athletes as they pursue success in sport and life.
The Be Fit. Be Well and Advancement Series programs are available and free for Victorian Government Schools. All other clients can book speakers via the Athlete Speaker Program. Contact us if you want to learn more about the programs on offer with our athletes and experts.
We provide our scholarship holders with the best possible integration of the key athlete services of sports medicine, sport science, sports psychology, physical preparation, physiotherapy, nutrition and performance lifestyle.
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Join us on our journey to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The prestigious Award of Excellence is presented to a VIS athlete who has achieved outstanding sporting results during the year, while adopting a planned approach to sporting excellence and contributing to the promotion and development of their sport. There have been many outstanding athletes who have won the Award of Excellence, the pinnacle of VIS Awards.
Balancing life as an elite sportsperson as well as completing your final year of school is already hard enough, and for Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) scholarship holder Kipp Smith, a global pandemic made things even more challenging.
Every March, Endometriosis Month takes place across the world, with the aim of increasing awareness and highlighting the symptoms of this debilitating condition.
Carrie Smith is a former Australian Olympic Sailor, and currently manages the Victorian Institute of Sport Sailing Program.