Great Britain rugby sevens squad was split into two to compete in the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix event in Moscow as a part of their preparation for the Rio Olympics 2016.
The teams, which replaced England and Wales in the tournament was named GB1 and GB2 respectively and has players across the unions.
GB1 was led by Wales' Luke Treharne and has 11 other players including England's only Test player in the squad, Joe Simpson while England Sevens' Tom Mitchell led GB2.
GB1 was pooled in Group A along with Russia, Lithuania and Georgia while GB2, France, Portugal and Poland formed Pool C with Spain, Germany, Belgium and Italy comprising of Pool B.
Both the teams had a memorable outing remaining unbeaten in the group stage and now GB2 will take on Georgia in the quarter-final on Monday while GB1 will lock horns with the defending champions France for a spot in the semi-final.
Mitchell led from the front for GB2 as he became the leading point-scorer on day one after scoring three tries and three conversions closely followed by Germany's Biniak Tim.
The 27-man training squad will be reduced to 12 members in August for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.