Emily Seebohm claims fifth medal world short-course titles

EMILY Seebohm has been the star for Australia at the world short-course titles in Doha, winning five medals - four silver and one bronze.

The Queenslander picked up two silvers on the final night of competition, finishing second behind Brazil's Etiene Medeiros in the 50m backstroke, and then combining with Madison Wilson, Sally Hunter and Bronte Campbell to finish second to Denmark in the 4x100m medley relay.

Campbell also won silver in the 50m freestyle, while Mitch Larkin picked up bronze in the 200m backstroke final.



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