New Zealand team performing a Haka in a rainstorm after winning the Hong Kong Sevens Tournament

New Zealand's national rugby team, the All Blacks, celebrated in a special way after winning the Hong Kong Sevens tournament on Sunday.

After beating out England 26-7, the guys stripped off their shirts and performed the traditional Haka dance in the rain.

The haka is a Māori posture dance that has grown popular worldwide because of the the rugby team. Various versions of the dance are performed for a variety of reasons: funerals, amusement, as a welcome to important guests and, in this case, celebration.

The All Blacks perform the Haka before every match to intimidate the other team, but in this case, they also did it at the end of the game. Check out the photos below (and the video above, too, for the full experience).


Responses to "Glorious New Zealand Rugby Team Haka in the Rain (Video)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    always amazing

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