80-1 outsiders triumph in Dubai-based rugby tournament
Wales created history on Saturday as they won the Rugby Sevens World Cup with a 19-12 victory over Argentina in Dubai.
The 80-1 outsiders - ranked 11th in the world - had earlier knocked out sevens heavyweights New Zealand and Samoa to reach their first ever final on a day of major shocks in Dubai that saw the four top seeds all crash out.
Wales, who lost to Argentina in the pool stages, opened a 12-7 half-time lead with tries from Richie Pugh and Tal Selley before the Pumas drew level. But Aled Thomas sealed a Welsh win with the decisive try.