Serena Williams And The World's First Olympic C-Walk

On Saturday at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Serena completed her career "golden slam" by defeating Maria Sharapova in the final of the women's singles tennis event. But never mind all that noise. The single most significant moment of this year's Summer Games came when Williams celebrated her victory on the famous grass courts of Wimbledon in the ballinest fashion possible.

Yes, after she defeated Sharapova, Serena decided to bust out a Crip Walk. At the Olympics. At Wimbledon. Which is like crotch-chopping the Queen, only with style.

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Absolutely outstanding. Thank you, tennis-based god. Hey, other countries: you've officially been put on notice. Bring it on and/or step up to the streets, because y'all just got served.

Hopefully, the next step of this is that in a few years, we can be treated to Hologram Serena at Coachella. Here's a mock-up of what that will definitely look like.

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And Williams isn't done for the day, either. She and her sister Venus Williams will be competing in the women's doubles gold medal final in the afternoon. Perhaps they will do dueling C-Walks, or perhaps -- PERHAPS -- they will break out the Kid N Play. Please god, let it be the Kid N Play.

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