New Zealand became the first men’s side to win consecutive Rugby World Cup Sevens titles as they beat England 33-12 in the final on Sunday.
The All Blacks took a 14-0 lead in San Francisco as Sione Molia scored two tries, both converted by Kurt Baker.
A Michael Ellery converted try halved the deficit at half-time, before a Joseva Ravouvou score took it to 19-7.
Ruaridh McConnochie hit back for England before Akuila Rokolisoa and Trael Joass secured victory.
Scotland claimed seventh place overall after Jamie Farndale scored two late tries in a 29-24 win over against France, while Ireland secured a 24-14 win over Australia in the Challenge Cup final to finish ninth.
Wales had to settle for their lowest place finish since 2001, coming 11th following a 35-12 win over Canada.