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Stephen James "Stevie" Morrison (born 25 November 1978, in Eastbourne) is a successful British yachtsman who has enjoyed success in a classes from the International Cadet to the 49er. He is the son of Phil Morrison, the British Yacht Designer.
Morrison was educated at The Beacon Church of England Primary School, a Voluntary Aided state primary school in the port city of Exmouth in Devon, followed by Exeter School, a co-educational independent school in the city of Exeter (also in Devon), in South West England.
Life and career
Together with team mate Ben Rhodes, Morrison became the 2007 World Champion in the 49er dinghy. In 2008 they won the silver medal  in the same event, behind the Australians Nathan Outteridge and Ben Austin, while in 2006 they won the bronze medal. That same year Morrison won the European 49er title.
Other sailing results
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- http://www.yachting.org.au/site/yachting/event/14245/overall_2_4.html 2007 49er Worlds Results
- Stephen Morrison at World Sailing
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