LONDON - New Zealand’s Hamish Bond and Eric Murray recorded the longest winning streak at international events in men’s rowing after claiming their 14th consecutive major title on Sunday. The duo returned to the scene of their 2012 Olympic triumph at the Eton Dorney course near London to win the second World Cup regatta of the season by a massive margin of more than 15 seconds. Bond, 27, and Murray, 31, who’ve never lost a competitive rowing event as a duo, were tied on 13 consecutive major titles in the Danish lightweight four of 1996-1999 and the German men’s eight of 2009 to date, although the Germans have gone through several crew changes. At London 2012, the Kiwis won the Olympic gold long predicted for them setting a new world best time along the way.–AFP