Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Misty May-Treanr and Kerri Walsh Jennings extended their Olympic winning streak to 21 straight on Wednesday night with a 21-16, 21-16 victory over fellow Americans Jennifer Kessy and April Ross. 

May-Treanor and Walsh Jennings are now three-time Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist going unbeaten in Athens, Beijing and now London. 

Ross and Kessy won the silver medal in their Olympic debut.

Walsh Jennings and May-Treanor have won every match in the Summer Games and have lost just one of 43 sets.  

"It's insane. It doesn't feel like it's real," Walsh Jennings said. "I told Misty when we were getting our medals, 'If I wake up tomorrow and we have to replay this match, I'm going to be furious.' Because it feels like I'm in a dream. It truly feels surreal and it didn't feel like that the first two times for whatever reason. But this, it's almost too good to be true."

Brazil's Juliana and Larissa beat Xue Chen and Zhang Xi of China for the bronze medal.

Photo: (August 4, 2012 - Source: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Europe)

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