Misty May-Treanor, Kerri Walsh, 2012 Summer Olympics

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This pair just can't be beat—seriously.

U.S. Beach Volleyball hot shots Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh took on fellow Americans Jennifer Kessy and April Ross for the Women's All-Around Finals today, and they walked danced away as the first pair (male or female) ever in Olympic history to win three gold medals!

Treanor and Walsh beat their teammates Kessy and Ross 21-16, 21-16, and ultimately extended their winning streak at the Olympics to 21 consecutive wins (to say that's impressive just doesn't seem to cover it.)

Upon their legendary win, the champs fell to the sand and hugged in joy, before Treanor got up and showed the crowd a taste of her dance skills and then took a victory lap around Horse Guards Parade.

Meanwhile, Walsh wrapped herself in the American flag while holding her two sons—aw!

Congratulations, ladies!

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