Fiji have won a record-extending fifth Hong Kong Sevens title in a row after beating France 21-7 in the Cup final.
Aminiasi Tuimaba was named player of the match, offloading to Vilimoni Botitu for the opening try before scoring two of his own, either side of a penalty try to France.
Fiji coach Gareth Baber dedicated his side's win to the families affected by the terror attacks in Christchurch.
"Yeah it's a fantastic feeling, I'm sure it will sink it over the next two or three days, but I think all of this has been in the backdrop of what's happened in Christchurch," he said.
"Obviously our hearts and our thoughts go out to all those families and this is a dedication to them."
Meli Derenalagi and Jerry Tuwai were selected for the tournament dream team, alongside Fiji-born French winger Tavite Veredamu, Gabin Villiere, Samoa's Tofatu Solia and Johnny Vaili and American speedster Carlin Isles.
Fiji's triumph lifts them above New Zealand into second in the World Series standings, seven points behind the USA, who beat Samoa 22-10 in the playoff for third place.
The Manu 7s defeated England 14-12 to reach the semi finals for the second time in three tournaments before they were beaten 19-12 by France.
Sir Gordon Tietjens' side, who qualified for the Cup quarter finals at three consecutive tournaments for the first time since 2014, leapfrogged Australia to sixth in the overall standings with three rounds to play.
Meanwhile Ireland and Brazil have won a core spot on next season's men's and women's World Series after winning their respective qualifier competitions.
Tonga were eliminated 15-12 by Chile in the men's quarter finals while the Cook Islands failed to win a match in the pool stage.
Papua New Guinea were outclassed 36-12 by eventual runners-up Scotland in the women's quarter finals.