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Kerri Walsh Jennings selects her new beach partner as she prepares for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, while continuing her fight against the AVP.
Three-time Olympian and world champion Kerri Walsh Jennings has withdrawn from the 2017 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships due to a right shoulder injury suffered this past weekend in Poland.
Brazil’s Larissa Franca and Talita Antunes captured their fourth FIVB title of the season and second straight, rallying from down a set for the gold medal.
Kerri Walsh-Jennings dislocated the same right shoulder that she had surgery on in 2015.
Larissa/Talita are aiming for their fourth FIVB title, following gold medals at last week’s Long Beach President’s Cup, Moscow Three Star, and Fort Lauderdale Five Star.
Six countries will be represented the matches, including two teams each from Brazil and the United States.
The second day of the Long Beach President’s Cup has concluded with the women have completed their preliminary rounds and quarterfinal play, having the semifinals set to be played on July 15. The men will finish up quarterfinal play on July 15 the proceed to their semifinal and finals play on July 16.
The first day of pool play has concluded at the FIVB Long Beach Presidents Cup, with Americans facing Americans and international squads facing one another.
In a clash that seemed inevitable, just two months after they split up their partnership, Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross face off for the first time.