It’s Day Four of the Rugby Sevens in Rio – and our first glimpse of the men
Team GB defeat Kenya in their opening match of the tournament
Tries from Dan Norton, Phil Burgess, Dan Bibby (2) and Mark Bennett secured the win
The men face Japan in the evening session (9pm kick-off UK time)
Team GB men got their Olympic campaign off to a winning start after a 31-7 victory over Kenya at the Deodoro Stadium.
First-half tries from Dan Norton, Phil Burgess, Dan Bibby and Mark Bennett as well as a Tom Mitchell conversion gave them a comfortable 24-0 lead at the break and they added one more try after the break to seal victory.
Sir Clive Woodward, who coached England to victory in the XV-a-side World Cup in 2003, told BBC Sport: “What an amazing, amazing turn up.
“How good for the Olympic sevens. Japan thoroughly deserved to win that contest and New Zealand looked absolutely shell-shocked.”
Britain face New Zealand at 16:30 on Wednesday in the final match in Pool C.
The top two sides in each of the three pools go into the quarter-finals, plus the two best third-placed teams.
First, Dan Norton evaded Oscar Ayodi and flew down the left-wing to score before James Rodwell offloaded to send Phil Burgess in for their second, 12-0.
Captain Tom Mitchell then made a beautiful floating pass out into the hands of Dan Bibby, who finished routinely in the corner. Scotland international Mark Bennett then confidently flew down the right-wing to add a fourth try with Mitchell converting to give Team GB a 24-0 lead at the break.
Kenya came firing back with a converted try just after the restart but Bibby’s show and go allowed him to slip through the opposition defence and dot down for the final try of the match.