The World 7s Series season was ended on 30 June 2020 with the remaining four legs being cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic which has brought operations across the World to a standstill.
New Zealand who showed consistent performance in the campaign winning Cape Town, Hamilton and Vancouver were declared Champions as they were top of the log with 115 points from the six outings.
Former Champions South African have finished the campaign at position two. The African Giants had scooped the Dubai and Los Angeles titles and had 104 points from the six trips across the world.
Outgoing Champions Fiji slow start to the season leaves them to finish third with 83 points. The Fijians managed just one main cup win- in Sydney. Australia end the season placed fourth with 83 points while England close the top five with 77 points.
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France, USA have 74 and 72 points at position six and seven respectively. Canada have collected 57 points in the six legs, a point above Argentina and seven above Ireland who are 10th.
Scotland sit 11th with 37 points while Kenya 7s who struggled in the later stages of 2020 have 35 points from the six legs.
Samoa and Spain are tied at 33 points each while Wales are 15th with 13 points. The side will, however, avoid relegation while Japan will join the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2021 as the sixteenth core team.