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Tuesday, 15 October 2019

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“The 41 pacemakers are among the best athletes ever in the world"

Victorian Institute of Sport’s Jack Rayner was one of four Australian athletes that ran with Kenyan great, Eliud Kipchoge. Kipchoge, who created history by becoming the first athlete to run a marathon in under two hours at a stage-managed event in Vienna, completed the run in a time of 1:59:40 in cool but windless conditions.

Monday, 14 October 2019

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Nutrition Tip | Curling

Have you ever been curious about the winter sport of curling and what the nutrition requirements are?

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Mark Inducted into Sport Australia Hall of Fame

VIS alumni athlete Russell Mark OAM has been officially inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.

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Scanlan wins silver to cap off astonishing 2019 season

VIS shooter Laetisha Scanlan has confirmed her international status with a World Cup silver medal in the United Arab Emirates.

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Jones claims maiden National Road Series podium

VIS cyclist Ashlee Jones claimed her maiden National Road Series podium at the Sam Miranda Tour of the King Valley over the weekend.

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Heartbreak for Diamonds in Christchurch

Another thriller between the Diamonds and Silver Ferns, as New Zealand take a 53 to 52-goal win and go into match two of the 2019 Constellation Cup leading the series.

Wednesday, 09 October 2019

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Vertical Life | Oceana Mackenzie

VIS athlete Oceana Mackenzie has been hooked on Sport Climbing since she was eight years old, and now at 16 years young she is well on her way to becoming one of Australia’s greatest sport climbers.

Tuesday, 08 October 2019

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Top 10 finish for Stratton at Worlds

On the final day of the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha, Brooke Stratton jumped her way to 10th place in the women’s long jump final.

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Matsumoto wins SA Open

Victorian Institute of Sport’s Kono Matsumoto powered to an easy win in the South Australian amateur championships earlier this month.

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Nutrition Tip | Lifestyle Challenges

A busy lifestyle can be very common for a lot of athletes. Between going to school/uni, working and training, it can present many challenges for meeting nutrition goals. The most difficult part can be being prepared and organized for post training meals when arriving home late in the evening.

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