Kenya caused one of the biggest boilovers in rugby sevens history when they sensationally claimed their first-ever major Sevens title in Singapore at the weekend. It may have taken 114 tournaments for Kenya to finally win an IRB World Sevens event, but it was well worth the wait as the African nation trounced current series leader and reigning world champions Fiji 30-7 in the Singapore final.

In fact, the tournament was full of upsets. Heavyweights New Zealand were bundled out in the Cup quarter-finals by South Africa. The Kiwis were then expected to smash through and win the Plate section of the event. However, they were stopped in their tracks by a red-hot Samoan side, who was just too good for New Zealand. The pacific nation claimed the Plate final 26-21.

Australia was unable to recoup from an opening pool match loss to Argentina and faced a tough challenge to place in the top section of the event. They were eventually beaten by Fiji in the Cup quarters, before being humbled by New Zealand 31-7 in their Plate semi.

The Sevens returned to Singapore for the first time in a decade and produced a fantastic event. Over 20,000 on each of the two days packed into the National Stadium and witnessed everything the sport has to offer; flamboyant skills, side-stepping footwork, dramatic finishes and stunning upsets.

Re-live all the action from the Singapore Sevens through this stunning photography courtesy of Getty Images.