Freddie Flintoff has said he will step away from the line-up of Sky panel show A League of Their Own, having been a team captain since it launched in 2010.
The former cricketer turned presenter revealed in an Instagram Stories post that he was going to say goodbye to his role on the programme.
"It's been 12 years, 16 series, 6 road trips across America & Europe, 2 BAFTAs and a mud bath I'd rather forget, but now the time has come to leave the amazing ALOTO team," he wrote.
"I'd like to say a huge thanks to all of you who tuned in over the years and to everyone I have worked with on the show – what an unforgettable journey it's been."
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The anarchic show, which was originally hosted by James Corden, combined sporting knowledge with raucous physical challenges.
A series of guest hosts — including Flintoff and his fellow team captain Jamie Redknapp — took over from Corden in 2019, with comedian Romesh Ranganathan promoted to regular host in 2020.
As well as the standard panel show episodes, Flintoff has taken part in numerous "Road Trip" instalments of the series with Redknapp and other regular panellists.
The most recent spin-off aired last year and saw Flintoff, Redknapp, Ranganathan and former series regular Jack Whitehall travel from Loch Ness to London together.
Flintoff embarked on a TV career after retiring from professional cricket in 2010, joining A League of Their Own that same year.
In 2018, he was announced as one of the new hosts of Top Gear alongside comedian Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris — the latter of whom had been a part of the show since 2016.
Since joining Top Gear, Flintoff has taken part in numerous dangerous stunts and crashed a motorised tricycle at 124 mph in 2009.
He told The Sun at the time that he was "absolutely fine" after the crash, adding: "It will look more ridiculous than dangerous when you see it on TV."
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