Fiji, South Africa, China and France will be core sides in the 2014-2015 International Rugby Board Women's Sevens World Series after finishing as the top four teams in the Hong Kong qualifier.
China's berth in every World Series event for the following season was assured by half-time as they crossed the line five times before the break to nullify any Brazilian threat.
The tries continued to come in the second half with the Rio 2016 Olympic Games hosts managing just a single consolation as the score ended 45-7 in favour of Asia's leading rugby sevens side.
France's quarterfinal encounter with Japan proved to be a game of two halves, with the French opening up a 21-0 lead coming into the break, before Japan began to tick.
The Asian contingent did not have quite the prolific scoring as their European counterparts, however, as they could only hit back with 12 points of their own to end any hopes of becoming a core side in the coming season.
The final qualifying spot was earned by South Africa as they shocked The Netherlands in the final quarterfinal encounter of the tournament.
Like Fiji, the Dutch contingent had recorded a 100 per cent record on the opening day of play, but three first-half tries gave South Africa a 15-0 lead and some strong defence ensured they won 22-7.
Fiji would go on to win the Hong Kong qualifier as they took down France in a tense final.
Just two points separated the sides at half-time before France pulled into a 19-5 advantage with two early second half tries.
The Fijians took time to regroup and battled back to tie the scores with just seconds on the clock.
France then fumbled the restart with Fiji capitalising to grab the winning try and the silverware in Hong Kong.
Third place went to China as they narrowly edged South Africa 12-7 in the playoff final.
The four nations will join defending champions New Zealand, Australia, Canada, England, Russia, Spain and United States as core teams on the 2014-2015 Series, which starts in Dubai in December and features six rounds.
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