New Zealand have regained their form after winning their first three matches at the women's World Rugby Sevens Series in Canada.
The Series leaders crashed out of last month's tournament in Kitakyushu at the quarter-final stage.
Today they got back on track with a 26-7 victory against Russia at Langford's Westhills Stadium.
In their remaining Pool B games, New Zealand thrashed China 45-0, before narrowly defeating England 12-10.
They will face Spain in the quarter-finals.
Australia are also on a winning run, comfortably taking victory in all their Pool A games.
They beat Ireland 33-5, Brazil 43-7 and Canada 29-14.
The United States were dominant in Pool C, easing past Spain 21-12 before defeating Fiji 28-7 and France 12-0.
Australia will play Russia while the US meet Canada.
The quarter-finals, semis and final are scheduled to take place tomorrow.