Further Personal Information
||Sport Management - University of Wales Institute, Cardiff: Cardiff, WAL
Sport Specific Information
|When and where did you begin this sport?
||He began throwing the discus at school in 2005.
|Club / Team
||Birchfield Harriers : Birmingham, ENG
|Name of coach
|Coach from which country?
|Coach from what year?
||"Over the summer we don't do so much heavy or intense stuff. But in winter it's all about building strength and explosive power. In my first winter with [Hafsteinsson] we did a three-week block of intense conditioning work, including running and circuits to teach me to be quicker and to get rid of some unwanted body fat."
||Football and rugby. (telegraph.co.uk, 06 Aug 2011)
|Most influential person in career
||His family. (thepowerof10.info, 01 Sep 2010)
|Hero / Idol
||Gerd Kanter, Paul Scholes. (definitive-sports.com, 15 Jan 2012)
|Sporting philosophy / motto
||"Perfect practice makes perfect." (bbc.co.uk, 02 Nov 2008)
|Awards and honours
||He was named the UWIC Male Athlete of the Year and UWIC Sports Personality of the Year in 2010. (penarthtimes.co.uk, 13 May 2010)
He was the first Welsh athlete to win the discus at the UK Championships. (telegraph.co.uk, 06 Aug 2011)
||To make the top five at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. (definitive-sports.com, 15 Jan 2012)
He received media attention in November 2011 when he changed coaches from Nigel Bevan to Vesteinn Hafsteinsson, who received a two-year ban after testing positive for nandrolone at the 1984 Olympic Games. Bevan claimed UK Athletics encouraged the switch, which does not fit in with their strict policy on doping offenders, although a spokesman for the organisation said it was a personal decision by Morse. (telegraph.co.uk, 06 Dec 2011)