Walter Frederick Morrison, the man who invented the Frisbee, has died. He came up with 'Whirlo-Way in 1948'. It was the world's first flying disc and was known as the Flyin-Saucer.
Seven years later, the Flyin-saucer was reinvented and replaced by a plastic disc called the Pluto Platter. New owners a couple of years later renamed it the Frisbee.
Morrison's Pluto Platter was redesigned by this guy - Ed Headrick. Now the Frisbee could be thrown more accurately!
International Frisbee tournaments started - here's the British Frisbee team of 1975 before a competition.
The Frisbee is popular in many countries around the world...
New Zealand's Rugby Union All Black Coach John Mitchell catches the Frisbee as his team train before 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.