Let's talk Turkey

LET'S talk Turkey - the Australian team to take the plunge in the 2012 World Short Course Championships in Turkey in December has been named following the national titles in Perth.

Kenneth To will spearhead the Aussie charge after an impressive week of performances.

To, who won three titles, capped off his impressive meet by breaking his Australian record in the 100m individual medley.

The seven-time national short course champion touched in 51.64secs - 0.3 seconds faster than his own record set at the championships 12 months ago. He had already won the 100m butterfly and 200m individual medley titles.

Other winners on the final night of competition included Ashley Delaney in the 200m backstroke, Marieke Guehrer in the 50m freestyle, Matt Abood in the men's 100m freestyle, while Olympic 100m silver medallist Christian Sprenger defended his title in the 50m breaststroke final.

Australian Team: Angie Bainbridge, Ashley Delaney, Tommaso D'Orsogna, Sally Foster, Ellen Fullerton, Rachel Goh, Marieke Guehrer, Jordan Harrison, Robert Hurley, Grant Irvine, Sarah Katsoulis, Jarrod Killey, Matthew Levings, Grace Loh, Travis Mahoney, Samantha Marshall, Kyle Richardson, Brianna Throssell, Kenneth To.

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