Meet April Ross — Kerri Walsh Jennings's new beach volleyball partner

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Things looked up this week, though. The three-time Olympic gold medalist (and mother of three) Kerri Walsh Jennings, 34, announced she’d be teaming up with yet another superstar of the sand: former foe April Ross, 31, who nabbed a silver medal in 2012 with then-partner Jennifer Kessy.
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