Robin Williams, who was found dead last night at the age of 63, had plenty of wonderful material on a host of sports - it wasn't just golf that found itself on the end of his savage wit. It's pretty well-known that he was also a fan of rugby and a keen cyclist. To mark the passing of a true giant of comedy and the cinema, we look back on the best-known Robin Williams sporting stories, scenes and routines.
The 'game six' scene from Good Will Hunting
A masterclass of movie acting. Just watch it.
These observations on baseball and American football
... and the supposed need for narcotics to enjoy both. This is delicious.
How he viewed football
From 2002 - The US team's World Cup successes, diving, randy Brazilians and apparently camp match officials all come under slightly-PC scrutiny.
He was a huge cycling fan.
Yes he was mates with Lance, but here he is goofing off at more repentant cyclist George Hincapie
The movie "The Best of Times"
Largely forgotten today, this was his best sporting role, playing a guy tormented by a dropped pass in his high school football days.
This basketball match from 'Flubber'
Here's how he saw the Winter Olympics
... and why marijuana is defninitely not a PED.
The football field scene from Dead Poets' Society
His friendship with Jonah Lomu
If we've learned one thing today, it's that Williams was pretty much universally adored. You might not have loved all of his comedy, or every one of his roles, but he was such an easy personality to feel a faraway affection for.
Jonah Lomu, with his ups and downs, tends to inspire a similar love among rugby aficionados around the world. That the two were good mates was rather lovely.
— follow-rugby.com (@FollowRugbySite) August 12, 2014
The time he was a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos
In this classic episode of Mork and Mindy back in the day.
And, uh, this
Very sad news about Robin Williams. Great memories of him and Faye Dunaway at World Cup draw in '93. We'll miss you. pic.twitter.com/unGYcBRMy7
— Joseph S Blatter (@SeppBlatter) August 12, 2014
And in case you missed it earlier, here's what he said about golf
As always, let me know if I've made a glaring omission and share them with us.