Monday, 26 August 2019
VIS sailor Tess Lloyd and crew mate Jaime Ryan (NSWIS) finished in sixth place in the 49erFX class at the Ready Steady Tokyo Test event in Japan last week.
The Hockeyroos, headlined by VIS athletes Rachael Lynch. Krissy Bates, Sophie Taylor and Amy Lawton, finished with the bronze medal at the Olympic test event at Tokyo.
VIS’ paddler Amanda Reynolds has secured a 2020 Tokyo Paralympics quota spot in the women’s KL3 200, finishing 7th in the final, but sixth country across the line, which means a top-six quote spot for Australia.
The Melbourne Vixens have suffered a shattering loss to the Magpies, paving the way for the ultimate battle in Suncorp Super Netball’s minor semi final next weekend.
Sunday, 25 August 2019
As part of our Taste for Tokyo series, VIS Nutrition put together some tips about Japanese food etiquette and table manners.
Paralympics Australia is today (25 August) celebrating one year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with the Australian Paralympic Team set to return to Japan for the first time in nearly six decades to compete under the spotlight of one of the world’s premier sporting events.
Friday, 23 August 2019
Olympic silver medallist Ash Delaney headlined today’s regional high performance experience delivered by the Victorian Institute of Sport in conjunction with the Gippsland Sports Academy.
Thursday, 22 August 2019
The VIS, AIS & Combat Sports are seeking to recruit a passionate, driven and collaborative high performance professional to join the team.
Monday, 19 August 2019
The Paralympic and Olympic Games tell a myriad of stories. From ancient Olympia to a hospital in Stoke Mandeville, and now to the cities of the modern era, their romanticised battles have written themselves into the folklore of human history.
The sun is shining…so time to boost your vitamin D levels.