On Sunday afternoon, Kerri Walsh Jennings added another title to her list of career accomplishments. Walsh Jennings and April Ross, who have won three of seven FIVB World Tour Grand Slams this seasons, won the World Series of Beach Volleyball title in Long Beach, California.
Walsh Jennings and Ross defeated Agatha Bednarczuk and Barbara Seixas of Brazil.
The final ended in straight sets — 21-17 and 21-17.
Walsh Jennings, a three-time Olympic champion, joined up with the Olympic silver medalist, Ross, after Walsh Jennings’ long-time partner Misty May-Treanor retired.
With the win, Walsh Jennings secured her 50th career FIVB title which solidifies her spot as one of the best volleyball players in history regardless of gender.
Walsh Jennings is behind only Ricardo (55) and Emanuel (76) of Brazil in career wins.
It is just the latest great moment of Walsh Jennings’ career and her and Ross will be looking to continue their impressive run this coming week as the FIVB World Tour continues in Klagenfurt, Austria.