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Tuesday, 23 April 2019

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Lawton set to make Hockeyroos debut

Hockey Australia has officially confirmed that seventeen-year-old VIS scholarship holder Amy Lawton will make her international debut in the Pacific leg of the FIH Pro League for the Hockeyroos.

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Van Dijk on track as Huxtable leaves his mark

Victorian Institute of Sport Future Talent surfer, Xavier Huxtable nearly pulled off one of the biggest scalps of his short World Surf League career falling short to Kelly Slater by half a point at Bells Beach last week.

Monday, 15 April 2019

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Hawkins appointed Physiotherapy Lead

Steve Hawkins will spearhead the VIS Physiotherapy and Soft Tissue Therapy team.

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Mackenzie reaches new heights

Proud is an understatement -Victorian Institute of Sport’s Oceana Mackenzie made history at the first Bouldering World Cup in Switzerland last weekend becoming the first ever Australian female to make the final of a Sport Climbing World Cup.

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Mucci completes rare double

VIS’ Celeste Mucci completed a rare national double at the 2019 Australian Track and Field Championships, after winning the Heptathlon and the 100m Hurdles.

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Frislie leads VIS Track Nats charge

The Victorian Institute of Sport cyclists had a fantastic Track Nationals campaign with eight first places including four of those to Graeme Frislie.

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Nutrition Tip | Performance Enhancing Aid

Have you heard about bicarb as a performance enhancing aid?

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Weekend Wrap

At her biggest domestic event of the year, VIS skateboarder Shanae Collins took out second position in the Van Park Series Continental Championships event at Five Dock in Sydney on Sunday.

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

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OPEN DAY HAILED A SUCCESS

We opened our doors for the first time in our 30 year history today and welcomed visitors inside our world-class facility.

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VIS athletes advocates for mental health

Three VIS athletes have been selected as Community Custodians in the new AIS and Lifeline Australia mental health program.

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