Ephraums' Reward for EffortSeptember 30, 2022
Nathan Ephraums was instrumental in helping the Kookaburras to their seventh consecutive Commonwealth Games gold medal in Birmingham, but his journey onto the Australian team hasn't always been an easy ride.
Fear of the unknown: Mitch GourleyMay 20, 2022
As one door closes for long-term Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) scholarship holder Mitch Gourley who announced his retirement from an alpine skiing earlier this year, another door has opened.
The VIS celebrates National Careers WeekMay 16, 2022
Since its inception the Victorian Institute of Sport has been a leader in career development and personal excellence and is justifiably proud of its scholarship holders who have not only succeeded in sport, but also in life.
Marais co-facilitating new student leadership programApril 10, 2022
Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) scholarship holder Brad Marais is co-facilitating School Sport Victoria’s (SSV) new student leadership program.
R U OK? Day 2021September 9, 2021
Today is R U OK? Day. This year the message is: “Are they really OK? Ask them today”.
Balancing Year 12 whilst preparing for TokyoMay 18, 2021
Balancing life as an elite athlete with your Year 12 studies can be challenging at the best of times. And with the Tokyo Paralympics around the corner, life for Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) scholarship holder Col Pearse is about to get even more challenging.
Career. It’s more than just a job.May 16, 2021
National Careers Week is an initiative of the Career Industry Council of Australia and aims to celebrate careers, career development, career development services, and career development practitioners and to promote the economic, social and personal benefits of career development.
Sport, School & A Global Pandemic | Kipp SmithMarch 4, 2021
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.
Peel wins the OUA Performance Lifestyle Award for 2020November 24, 2020
Tonight Aerial Skiing Champion Laura Peel was recognised at the 2020 Victorian Institute of Sport Awards for her commitment to pursuing success in sport and life. Peel won the Open Universities Australia Performance Lifestyle award in a strong field of athletes, with Para Rower Alexandra Viney and Tokyo-bound race walker Jemima Montag as the other finalists.
Performance Lifestyle Team making a difference throughout the whole organisationSeptember 18, 2020
Victorian Institute of Sport Performance Lifestyle Team facilitated a range of initiatives to support and bring awareness to our athletes and staff members mental health on R U OK? Day last Thursday.