The duo of Serena Williams and Venus Williams have won three gold medals together at the Olympic games. In the 2012 London Olympics they won their third gold medal together. Let's have a  look at the sister's unbeatable forms at Olympics. 

The Unbeatble duo

Before the 2012 London Olympics, the Williams sister had won the last two Olympic gold medals in the women's doubles event. 

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The Advantages

The sisters are two of the best tennis players of all time. Serena Williams is a dominant force in women's tennis. 2012 was a great year for the sisters. 

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Serena wins Single's gold

Serena Williams defeated Maria Sharapova at the 2012 London Olympics single's final. Serena was in terrific form as she won her first single's gold. 

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Faster than anyone

Many experts consider them as the two great servers of all time. Serena's fastest record speed was at 128.6 miles per/hr in 2012.

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Third consecutive gold 

The Williams sisters entered the final gold match without losing any set at the mega-event. The duo defeated their counterparts to win their 3rd consecutive gold medal.

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