Round six of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Vancouver continued to take the competition to the next level. The Blitzboks, in their seventh consecutive final, were unpicked by an organised England outfit, yet will remain top of the series standings heading into Hong Kong.

We look back over the weekend of action and pick seven iconic images.

ENGLAND GET SET FOR SOUTH AFRICA

Their third meeting in a final of the series, the tension could be cut with a knife as they walked out into a packed BC Place.

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ARGENTINA TOPPLE FIJI

Santiago Gomez Cora's side's got their first win against Fiji since 2012, a special moment for the team.

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CHILE GET FIRST WIN SINCE 2010

As the 16th team for both Las Vegas and Vancouver, Chile managed to get beat Russia and secure their first victory on the series for six years.

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AERIAL COMBAT

USA narrowly lost 14-10 to South Africa in their Cup semi-final in Vancouver but this shot from a restart captured the competitve nature of the sport.

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TUWAI TRY

Jerry Tuwai celebrates yet another try on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. He now has 18 after six events.

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THE DAN NORTON SHOW

It was quite a tournament for England's Dan Norton. He was the DHL Impact Player, HSBC Player of the Final and also went joint top with Collins Injera in the all-time try-scoring table, with 244.

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COLD AS ICE

The captain's photo in Vancouver took place at the Canucks match at Rogers Arena, with a rapturous applause for all 16 teams. 

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