Walter Frederick Morrison, the man credited with inventing the Frisbee, has died aged 90. Morrison first invented it in 1948 and it was originally called the Whirlo-Way which became the world's first flying disc, sold commercially as the Flyin-Saucer.
In 1955, Morrison produced a new plastic flying disc called the Pluto Platter. Production was taken over in 1957 by Wham-O, who rebranded it as the Frisbee.
It was Ed Headrick who, while working for Wham-O, redesigned Morrison's Pluto Platter and created a disc that could be controlled and thrown more accurately.
In 1964, the first professional model went on sale, giving rise to international Frisbee tournaments.
Here, the British Frisbee Team of 1975 line up for a photo-call prior to a competition.
Laura Engel became the World Women's Frisbee champion in 1979.
The Frisbee is popular in many countries around the world...
And even presidents can enjoy a game. Here Bill Clinton winds up to fling a Frisbee in Honolulu in 1993.
Rugby Union All Black Coach John Mitchell catches the Frisbee as his team train prior to a match in Argentina.
It's not as easy as it looks...
But this border collie seems to have mastered it...
This dog, Nina, has also developed her skills, catching a Frisbee as she jumps through her owner's legs.
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