New Zealand continue to lead the World 7s Series standings with a total of 120 points despite finishing in fifth place at the Vancouver 7s.
Argentina secured second place with 108 points after their victory in the Vancouver 7s.
Olympic direct qualification
France, made it to the final for the first time this season and climbed to third place with 95 points. Fiji and Australia, who are both tied in fourth place with 94 points, are currently in position to qualify directly for the Olympics.
Samoa and South Africa occupy sixth and seventh place with 89 points. Ireland are eighth with 83 points, followed by the USA in ninth place with 81 points. Great Britain sit in tenth position with 57 points.
Uruguay holds onto the 11th spot with 34 points, while Spain remains in the relegation playoff zone with 30 points in 12th position.
Kenya 7s earned seven points in Canada, moving to 29 points, just five points away from safety. They are however unmoved at position 13.
Canada has 20 points, and Japan remains in last place with 10 points.
How will relegation be decided from the men’s Series 2023?
The 15th ranked core team based on accumulated Series points following the tenth round in Toulouse will be relegated. The teams ranked 12th, 13th and 14th at the end of Toulouse will enter a four-team relegation play-off together with the Challenger Series 2023 winners at the eleventh and final round of the Series in London.
The relegation play-off will be round-robin format with the top two teams then playing a final. The winner will become the 12th core team on the 2024 Series, while the other three teams will enter their respective Regional Sevens Championships in order to qualify for the 2024 World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series. The Challenger Series will continue to provide a pathway for teams to qualify for the World Rugby Sevens Series.