Allie Morrison (born in Marshalltown, Iowa June 29, 1904 – April 18, 1966)  was an Americanwrestler World and Olympic champion. Morrison competed at the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam, where he received a gold medal in freestyle featherweight. Morrison's two victories over Kustaa Pihlajamaki,of a total of 6 straight at the games, distinguishes him as the only competitor in freestyle wrestling at those games to defeat a defending champion.Morrison was the only American to capture a gold medal in wrestling at the 1928 Olympic Games. Pihlajamaki was one of supreme breed of athlete, a wrestler who achieved 2 olympic golds and 1 silver, over the course of his career:the silver being the result of his loss to Allie Morrison. Olympic champions are the official World Wrestling Champions in an Olympic Games Year, as, by the 1921 agreement IOC- FILA, no other World Championship takes place during such a year. Morrison also captured 3 successive United States AAU, National Wrestling Championships, and had an almost perfect career record with merely 1 contest loss. After these 4 supreme victories, Morrison was forced to retire whilst a reigning triple United States, World & Olympic Champion in 1929 due to broken vertebra. His career came to a glorious end.