South Africa added the seal of a Sevens World Series win by claiming gold in Round Nine.
The BlitzBok, the most consistent team throughout the 2016/17 season, won their fifth title in their eighth appearance in a Final - beating Scotland 15-5.
South Africa had secured their first Word Series crown since 2009/09 hen they advanced to the Final with a 26-5 win over New Zealand in the semifinal.
The BlitzBoks arrived in the French capital 25 points ahead of closest rivals Fiji in the standings on the back of four tournament wins and seven consecutive finals.
With 22 points on offer for a tournament victory and just one round remaining, in London on May 20-21, South Africa clinched the title after third-placed England lost 17-19 to Scotland, before the BlitzBks comfortably saw off New Zealand 26-5 in their own semifinal.
Gold in Paris followed after they also won in Dubai, Wellington, Sydney and Las Vegas.
They had posted runners-up finishes in the series standings in the last four seasons.
With just one round remaining in London next week, the BlitzBoks now have 179 points - 34 points ahead of second-placed England (145), with Olympic Champions Fiji on 142 in third place.
"I think the guys came out and played phenomenally," said Werner Kok, the BlitzBok legend who named player of the Final.
"Every single guy played their part."
South Africa captain Philip Snyman admitted it's a rather special feeling to lead South Africa to their first series title since 2009.
"It is a tremendous feeling, we lost out in one final this season and to get back to winning ways is great.
"Here, we lost to Scotland in our first game [on Saturday], so I am really pleased with coming back to win the Cup and can't complain about eight finals in nine tournaments.
"The strike rate is phenomenal. This bunch of guys, I would go to war any day with any of them.
"They are champions, they are a band of brothers. They deserve all of it."
Cup Final - Scotland 5-15 South Africa
South Africa put the seal on their Sevens World Series title on Sunday, beating Scotland 15-5 in the Final of the penultimate leg in Paris.
Scotland's run of form saw them snap a 13-match losing run against Olympic champions Fiji - stunning the Pacific Islanders 24-0 in the quarterfinals, having also edged South Africa in pool play on Saturday.
But the BlitzBoks had their revenge at a packed Jean Bouin stadium in western Paris, dominating a Scottish side that had gelled well but looked tired.
South Africa dominated the opening minutes, and it didn't take long for them to work the ball into some space wide on the right.
A long pass from skipper Philip Snyman and Werner Kok danced away from the defence for the opening try.
The Scots struggled to get out of their own half, the BlitzBoks' hard-nosed defence keeping them pegged back.
Jamie Farndale had the first real break for Scotland, but he didn't back himself against the covering Branco Du Preez.
With no support to hand, the defence quickly turned over possession and Cecil Afrika linked up with Chris Dry to spin the ball wide for Dylan Sage to cross in the corner for a 10-0 lead at half-time.
Scotland were not done, however, James Fleming breaking and linking with Glenn Bryce, whose offload back inside found Scott Wight, who went over the whitewash to reduce the lead.
But the BlitzBoks hit back, replacement Rosko Specman brilliantly evading a tackle to race away down the touchline.
He was brought down by George Horne as he grubbered ahead, but Snyman was on hand to touch down the ball for South Africa's third try to seal a comfortable victory.
Third-place play-off - England 5-12 New Zealand
New Zealand won the bronze medal match, tries from Sam Dickson and Sherwin Stowers cancelling out an early Will Edwards five-pointer for England in the 12-5 victory.
Fifth-place play-off - United States 24-19 Samoa
United States, for whom speedster Perry Baker had been outstanding over the two days of competition, claimed fifth spot with a 24-19 victory over last season's winners in Paris, Samoa.
Challenge Trophy Final - Argentina 33-12 Australia
Thirteenth-place play-off - Russia 10-19 Japan
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