WARRNAMBOOL EKB Fitness and Aerobics pair Maddison Drake and Brianna Kilpatrick secured their second national title in a week over the weekend.
The duo secured scored victory in the secondary pairs at the School Aerobic and Dance Star Nationals at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The team of Kilpatrick, Drake, Alana Bellman, Tijana Kelly, Hayley Dalton, Mia McDowall and Charli Toone will go to the World Championships in October.
But Drake, who also secured a bronze in the secondary junior aerobics audition, and Kilpatrick's victory on the Gold Coast was the highest they could go as there is no world championships for School Aerobic and Dance Star.
Warrnambool EKB EKB Fitness and Aerobics also had a number of top-10 finishes at the national championships.
Eva Joseph finished second in the secondary junior aerobics solo while Sophie and Phoebe Marris finished fourth in the secondary hip hop pairs. Sophie also collected a third in the secondary junior lyrical audition.
Phoebe finished a busy weekend with fifth in the secondary junior hip hop solo, fourth in the secondary junior lyrical audition and third in the secondary junior hip hop audition and secondary junior jazz audition.
Team Fury secured a fourth in the oldskool small hip hop competition while Nicky McKenzie finished 12th in the secondary senior jazz audition.
Tiarna Drake is the club's hip hop coach and coordinator, aerobics is coached by Sophie Bellman and Emma Chapman while Brenton Andreoli is the aerobics choreographer.
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