The All Blacks Sevens have won back-to-back Rugby World Cup Sevens titles, defeating England 31-12 in this afternoon's final in San Francisco.
New Zealand have won a World Cup sevens tournament double for the second time in a row.
New Zealand and England sevens fans mingle before the grand final.
The Blitzboks had all the say in the first half and got the points to prove it when playmaker Justin Geduld sniped through after a quick tap and pass by Selvyn Davids.
NZ men's sevens team overcome controversial try decision for Fiji as they power into the World Cup final.
Captain Tom Mitchell's conversion cut the halftime lead to 14-7.
The women's championship semifinals on day two will see defending champions New Zealand play United States, with Australia against France on the other side of the draw.
New Zealand substitute Akuila Rokoliso sealed victory with a breakaway try in the final minute, allowing Baker to add the extras and Trael Joass completed the rout in added time.
But Fiji struck back through former NRL rugby league star Semi Radrada.
Regan Ware darted through a gap for the New Zealanders' third try to make it 15-12, and then another well-worked move sent Ravouvou over in the corner for his second try of the game.
There was controversy when Fiji were awarded a second try soon afterwards through Amenoni Nasilasila, despite replays appearing to show he had put a foot in touch before scoring.
Things got off to a cracking start for the Kiwis when Sione Molia busted through two tacklers to score a superb solo try and give them the lead two minutes into the match.
They will now meet Fiji, who cruised past Argentina 43-7, in one semifinal on Monday (8.02am NZT).