The Australian Sevens side have wrapped up their spot in the Olympics as the World Series concludes in London
John Manenti's side needed to finish fifth or higher to guarantee their spot at next year's Paris Games.
The defending champions opened their campaign with two wins in the pool stages to book their place in the knock-outs, however, found themselves needing results to go their way when they went go down to Fiji.
A loss to France opened the door for Samoa to book their spot in the Olympics, only to fall to Argentina in the semi-finals.
It provided one last chance for Australia to book their spot, delivering a convincing win over Great Britain.
Follow a recap of all the action, game by game below:
Australia Men 33 v Spain Men 12
Australia has started London on a positive note with a 33-12 win over Spain.
Spain started strong and found themselves over for the first try of the game, answered instantly by James Turner to give the Aussies an early two-point lead.
Nathan Lawson broke the defence with a nice stop and go to extend the advantage, followed over by Tim Clements for a 21-5 lead.
Henry Paterson won the race to the kick to extend the advantage after the break, with Maurice Longbottom putting the game out of reach
Australia Men 14 v Samoa Men 24
Australia has gone down to Samoa 24-14 in London.
The Aussies once again started slow as the Samoans struck first.
This set the tone for the half as Samoa took a 19-0 lead into the break.
Henry Paterson gave the Aussies some hope late but they were outclassed in a crucial defeat for the hopes of automatic Olympic qualification.
Australia Men 26 v France Men 12
Australia has booked their spot in the London quarter-finals with a 26-12 victory over France.
James Turner got the Aussies off to a flying start, innately answered by the French.
Tim Clements showed his great game awareness to pick up a loose ball and dive over the line.
With both teams trading chances, Maurice Longbottom stood up and raced away from the tired defence with two quick tries to book Australia’s place in the quarter-finals
Australia Men 5 v Fiji Men 19
Australia has been knocked out of the London quarter-finals, going down 19-5 to Fiji
Fiji opened the scoring as Waisea Nacuqua bumped off defenders for the opener.
They extended the lead just before the break to take a 12-0 advantage into half-time.
Matt Gonzalez looked to start the comeback for the Aussies, however, a try three minutes before full-time sealed the win.
Australia Men 19 v France Men 22
Australia has gone down in heartbreaking fashion, losing 22-19 to France after the siren.
A great offload from Henry Paterson put captain Nick Malouf over the line.
Malouf got his second, only for France to level the scores on the half-time siren.
Nathan Lawson restored the lead after the break with a great run. A yellow card to Josh Turner allowed France to strike, however they missed the conversion for the Aussies.
With seconds remaining, the French came up with the turnover and scored the winner to break Australian hearts
Australia Men 34 v Great Britain 5
Australia have booked their place at the Paris Olympics with a 34-5 victory over Great Britain.
Maurice Longbottom got the Aussies off to a dream start as they sliced through the GB defence.
The Australians controlled the half and eventually Matt Gonzalez limped his way over the line for a 12-0 lead at the break.
Nathan Lawson extended the lead 30 seconds into the second half, completing his hat-trick just before the siren
It is enough to secure fifth place on the World Series and a spot at next year’s Games after Samoa were defeated by Argentina in the semi-finals
Australian Sevens Squad for London
4. Dietrich Roache
5. Tim Clements
6. Henry Paterson
7. Josh Turner
8. Dally Bird
9. Matt Gonzalez
10. Nick Malouf (c)
11. Maurice Longbottom
12. Nathan Lawson
14. James Turner
22. Trae Williams
24. Kye Oates
25. Hayden Sargeant
Ayden Ekanayake* (14th player)
Australian Sevens London Schedule
*All times AEST
Saturday, May 20
Australia Men 33 def Spain Men 12, 6:39 pm
Australia Men 14 def by Samoa Men 24, 9:47 pm
Sunday, May 21
Australia Men 26 def France Men 12, 1:30 am
Australia Men 5 def by Fiji Men 19, 7:29 pm - QUARTER FINAL
Australia Men 19 def by France Men 22, 10:11 pm - 5TH PLACE SEMI-FINAL
Monday, May 22
Australia Men 34 def Great Britain Men 5, 12:30 am - 7TH PLACE PLAYOFF