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Ben Swift is to leave Team Sky at the end of the season, the British cycling team have confirmed. .The 28-year-old Briton has joined the team currently known as Lampre-Merida, whose management company transferred their race licence to Chinese company TJ Sport for 2017.Swift has been a part of the Sky set-up since its formation in 2010 and secured Sir Dave Brailsfords team their maiden overall race win at the Tour de Picardie the same year.But in recent years Swift has had to reel in his personal ambitions for the good of the team, something he is looking to change next year.He told the Guardian: Its like leaving my family, but its now or never if I want to see how good I can be. I dont really have anything to lose and Id like to publicly thank Sky for what theyve done for me and British Cycling.Most of the time, I would be second fiddle at Sky. When I have done my job for the team, then I get my opportunity. This team will be giving me more freedom and support.My new team will have no out-and-out general classification rider which will open the door a bit. The chance of going there [to the Tour de France] with some freedom would be non-existent at Sky.Meanwhile, HSBC is set to replace Sky as British Cyclings lead sponsor with a renewed emphasis on turning Britain into a more bike-friendly nation, according to Press Association Sport.Media giant Sky has been the governing bodys main commercial partner since 2008 but announced last year that 2016 would be last year of its relationship. . However, he did make them miss him a little less. Cundiff, who had the unenviable job of replacing Dawson last season, agreed Thursday to a one-year, $1. . -- Teemu Selanne scored the first goal of his 22nd NHL season, and the Anaheim Ducks extended the best start in franchise history with their fifth straight victory, 3-2 over the Calgary Flames on Wednesday night. . -- If Henry Burris has his way, he will be the starting quarterback to lead the Hamilton Tiger-Cats back to the Grey Cup next year. New Zealand 582 for 4 decl. (Latham 136, Taylor 124*, Williamson 113, Guptill 87, Watling 83) and 166 for 2 decl. (Williamson 68*, Taylor 67*) beat Zimbabwe 362 (Ervine 146, Moor 71, Chibhabha 60, Sodhi 4-60) and 132 (Mawoyo 35, Guptill 3-11, Sodhi 3-19) by 254 runs Scorecard and ball-by-ball detailsAfter wondering whether they could pick up 20 wickets on unresponsive Zimbabwean surfaces before the series began, New Zealand did it twice to seal the rubber 2-0. They took seven for 35 on the final day in Bulawayo to round up a Zimbabwean line-up that was as unlucky as they were uncertain.Two poor umpiring decisions in the morning session opened Zimbabwe up and the middle and lower order could not muster the fight they had shown earlier in the series. Martin Guptill proved a surprise destroyer-in-chief, finding turn that neither of New Zealands specialist spinners had produced, although, Ish Sodhi finished the match with seven wickets including a career-best four for 60 in the first innings.Zimbabwes hopes of batting out the day started well as nightwatchman Donald Tiripano and Craig Ervine saw off 70 minutes of play. They left well, coped with movement from Trent Boult and the short-ball symphony from Neil Wagner. They were dealing with spin equally well until Mitchell Santner sent Tiripano a delivery that pitched on leg, went on with the arm hit the batsmans pads and seemed to miss the stumps. Umpire Paul Reiffel, however, upheld the appeal.Prince Masvaure, who sprained an ankle in warm-ups on the third day had recovered to join Ervine, but looked edgy. He had faced 10 balls when he tried to turn Santner to short leg and gave Henry Nicholls a chance but the ball popped out of his hands. Two balls later, Masvaure thought a single was on and was halfway down the pitch at the non-strikers end, but got back in time to avoid any damage.With Williamson keeping the field spread, Zimbabwe were hopeful of getting to lunch without further damage. But Guptill found a way through Ervine, dragging the batsman forward to defend and having him caught behind. Replays indicated there was daylight between bat and ball though.After the break, it appeared the sting had been taken out of the Zimbabwean tail. A combination of poor shot selection - Sean Williams drilled a drive off a Guptll half-volley to Williamson at short cover while Peter Moor played for turn when there was none from Sodhi - and more poor umpiring decisions led to their undoing. Reiffel ruled Graeme Cremer lbw even though he had hit the ball and Michael Gough ruled Masvaure out caught though the ball had lobbed off his pad to slip. New Zealand needed only 44 minutes to wrap up the five wickets they needed.Despite the decisions, the end result reflects the difference between the two teams. While New Zealand had three centurions in each Test, Zimbabwe only had two in the series and could not string together enough big partnerships. 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