South Africa completed a remarkable comeback as they beat Fiji 20-19 after scoring 20 unanswered points in the second half.
South Africa had the worst possible start to the final as Fiji dotted down courtesy of Aminiasi Tuimaba in just the second minute.
Fiji did not stop there as Napolioni Bolaca and Vilimoni Botitu added to the South African woes crashing over to create a 19-0 lead at half-time with the tie seemingly already sealed.
What then ensued was one of the best comebacks in recent Sevens history.
With the South Africans seemingly down and out, substitute Kurt-Lee Arendse crossed over the line to get the Blitzboks on the scoresheet.
The South Africans then hit back just a minute later through 19-year-old Angelo Davids and with the confidence brimming, Ryan Oosthuizen scored a third another minute later as they scored 17 points in just three minutes.
With the Blitzboks still trailing by two points, they piled on the pressure until they won a penalty in front of the poles and Selvyn Davids held his nerve as he slotted a penalty attempt to take the South Africans into the lead for the first time. From the restart, South Africa managed to retain possession before kicking the ball out and celebrating an incredible comeback that was the perfect way to end another showstopping trip on the series calendar.