Four players shared the DHL Impact Player honours in London for the first time ever.

USA's Martin Iosefo, Wales' Owen Jenkins, Kenya's Billy Odhiambo and Russia's Vladimir Ostroushko all finished on 46 points overall. Each player showed their strengths in all four categories measured: tackles, breaks, offloads, carries. 

USA ace Iosefo, a power player who is often renowned for his impactful running style, showed this with 20 carries that led to 12 offloads. Jenkins was imperious in defence, making a huge 27 tackles overall which was 11 more than any player featuring in the top seven overall. Odhiambo's nine breaks were more than any other player in the top seven, while Ostroushko carried the ball 24 times to make him most impactful in that category.

Overall in the DHL Performance Tracker, which will count just one more event as the world series rolls into Paris this coming weekend, it's Canada's Justin Douglas who is just six points ahead of Australia's Ben O'Donnell on 354. Fiji's Amenoni Nasilasila and Eroni Sau sit in third and fourth place, with Canada's Harry Jones not far back in fifth place with 311 points.