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The All Blacks’ post-2003 stranglehold on the Bledisloe Cup goes on the line again in Sydney on Saturday night but, win or lose, New Zealand’s champion rugby team has already established itself as one of world sport’s great dynasties.
Of course, the All Blacks have always been good — with an overall winning percentage of 76.56 over their long and storied history (405 wins, 105 losses, 19 draws).
But the blackout has reached absurd levels in recent times, highlighted by the winning record of captain Richie McCaw.
The legendary No 7 loses only once in every 10 Tests, with just 14 defeats from 140 internationals since making his debut in 2001.
Coach Steve Hansen’s record is even more impressive since taking the reins from Graham Henry after winning the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Former policeman Hansen has guided the All Blacks in 45 Tests: winning 41, drawing two and losing two for a winning percentage of 91 per cent.
And McCaw’s back-up, Sam Cane, is yet to taste defeat in a black jersey after 22 Tests.
The All Blacks don’t shy away from their place in the world sporting pantheon — privately at least.
In 2013, The Telegraph reported that a whiteboard message in the All Blacks’ hotel read: “We are the most dominant team in the history of the world.”
And in 2012, Hansen told The Telegraph that the All Blacks were taking inspiration from Spain’s great national football team.
“Clearly, they are doing something that makes their players want to be great every time they play,” Hansen said.
“That’s what we’re trying to do, be as good as we have been, if not better.”
To try and put their feats into perspective, we take a look at some of the great sporting dynasties from other codes.
With Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting and Steve Waugh ruling the roost, the ruthless Aussies won 72 Tests, drew 11 and lost just 10 as the rest of the cricketing world kept hopping the neighbours’ fence and asking for their ball back.
And in pyjama cricket, they were equally dominant, winning three straight one-day World Cups in 1999, 2003 and 2007.
Like the All Blacks — who failed to win the Bledisloe Cup between 1998 and 2002 — Queensland went through a period of pain in State of Origin before peeling off eight straight series wins as stars like Darren Lockyer, Cameron Smith, Johnathan Thurston, Billy Slater and Greg Inglis heaped misery on their New South Wales cousins.
What makes the Maroons’ efforts even more impressive is they were all best-of-three series.
The Bledisloe, on the other hand, is sometimes a two-match home-and-away series (like this year), where the holder only has to win once to retain the trophy.
Back in the days when lay-ups were more commonplace than slam dunks, the Red Auerbach-coached Celtics were nigh on unbeatable.
The Celtics claimed 11 of 13 NBA championships (including eight straight between 1959-1966) in this remarkable era, leaving their opponents green with envy.
While the cigar smoking Auerbach drew up the plays, the great Bill Russell was the main man on court, supported by slick dribbling Bob Cousy and sweet shooting John Havlicek.
Like most great sports teams, you either love or hate the Yankees, with little opinion in between.
The ‘Bronx Bombers’ have had plenty of golden eras, but this one probably takes the cake: qualifying for 13 of 16 World Series’ and winning 10 of them.
Catcher Yogi Berra has a ring for every finger as a member of all 10 titles while fellow baseball greats Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle were also huge components of the New York dynasty.
The success of Spain’s all-conquering football side was underpinned by a great club team, Barcelona, with a sprinkling of Real Madrid stars for good measure.
In the world’s most competitive sport, Spain won three consecutive major trophies, the 2008 and 2012 Euros with the small matter of the 2010 World Cup sandwiched in between.
Not only did they win but they won in style and by creating a new footballing method: the high-tempo, short passing ‘tiki-taka.’