The Black Ferns were crowned World Champions for a record fifth time in Belfast, Northern Ireland over the weekend.
The team defeated rivals England in the final match of the tournament on Saturday, extending their reign as the most successful national rugby team in history.
The Black Ferns have lost just one of the previous six World Championship tournaments, traditionally held every four years. Their nearest rival for global success is their male equivalent, the All Blacks, who have been crowned World Champions on three occasions.
New Zealand’s rugby sevens teams made history in San Francisco over the weekend when they won back-to-back Rugby World Cup Sevens championships in both the men’s and women’s competitions.
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