You're looking for pictures of Santa Claus looking sporty, aren't you?
Well we're not going to disappoint, and while we're at it let's open the discussion on which sport merry Saint Nick really should play.
Perhaps Santa could utilise his more delicate touch? The kindly character might find golf just the right sport to ease his stress following the busy festive season and it could get him out the house in the summer months.
Plus, who needs a golf buggy when you've got a sleigh?
8. Horse racing
Who has a finer eye for training beasts to run than Kris Kringle? Santa's reindeer could take on the finest racing horses in the world.
He may need to lay off the mince pies if he wants to get a jockey-like frame though...
7. American football
The NFL needs Santa Claus. With his generous arm at quarter back he'd be dishing out gift-like passes to the arms of the receivers all game.
With a host of Christmas songs perfect for showing him your appreciation, you just know the American fans and cheerleaders would be singing his name too...
Nothing would please us more than seeing Father Christmas uprooting the middle stump and crying "special delivery" - and we see him an all-rounder.
With an apparent ability to be many places at once his fielding would be perfect to the point of cheating, and as for his batting you just know he could knock it out of Lord's and all the way to the North Pole.
But you can't play cricket in snow, right? Nope - you can.
With magical technique you just know the jolly fat man would have a dynamite serve, and elves would make perfect ball boys and girls.
Also, who doesn't want to see a grudge doubles match between the Murray brothers and Santa and Rudolph?
Although something tells us these tennis players might not be that keen on a festive fixture...
With enough strength to keep control of nine reindeer and enough bounce from that belly of his to bring down Sonny Bill Williams at full charge, Saint Nicholas is the perfect build for rugby.
With his grand stature and aforementioned ability to deliver he'd be the perfect hooker, able to put the ball on a plate at the line out and a driving force in the heart of the scrum.
As the world's most popular sport we'd like to think Kris Kringle has dabbled on the pitch and as a magical being he'd have the skills to pay the bills. So where would he play?
Perhaps Santa's powerful stature is best suited at the heart of defence? Or perhaps he'd fill the goal perfectly like a satsuma in a stocking?
Both of these options are wrong though. What's Klaus famous for? Delivery. Any team would benefit from Santa out on the wing delivering balls into the box and he'd pull the strings better than the reigns on his sleigh.
Plus, with his ability to slip through tight spaces like a chimney, his darting runs into the box could make him unplayable. And look, we've got proof he's suited to the wing as well...
With other winter characters waiting impatiently on the sidelines this Christmas too, there could be quite the festive team possible...
You knew this joke was coming and we're sorry, but Santa is already great at boxing presents so...
And you know, with a magical level of strength and an all-knowing ability allowing him to read his opponent we think he'd be heavyweight champ in no time.
Seeing Father Christmas beat down Anthony Joshua or Wladimir Klitschko may be the fight of the century, but this one still doesn't quite take our top spot...
1. Formula One
Formula One is number one. With a team of elves working on his vehicle and offering him mince pies as fuel Saint Nick would be more like Saint Nico.
Of course we're not sure Bernie Ecclestone would allow reindeer, but with a magical sled beneath him nothing would get in Santa's way...
Who doesn't want to see Santa hit a hairpin bend at globetrotting speeds?
And with the off season of Formula One always happening over Christmas he'd be able to race and still go and deliver those presents over the festive period.