Darts mourns death of legend Bristow
Five-time world champion Eric Bristow has died aged 60 after suffering a heart attack, the Professional Darts Corporation has announced.
Bristow, known as the 'Crafty Cockney', was the biggest name in darts throughout the 1980s - the beginning of the sport's television boom.
He was a founding member of the PDC in 1993 and mentored the sport's next dominant player Phil Taylor.
A PDC statement read: "The Professional Darts Corporation is deeply saddened to announce that five-time world champion Eric Bristow MBE passed away on Thursday evening following a heart attack."