Chris Morgan (rower)
Morgan began only in 2003 with the rowing, in 2005, he first appeared at the World Cup. The World Rowing Championships in 2005, he finished with the sculls eleventh place. 2006 was followed by a fifteenth place with Craig Jones in the double sculls. After his return to the sculls he reached the tenth place at the World Rowing Championships in 2007. 2008, the four reached the final at the Olympic Games in Beijing and finished in the lineup Christopher Morgan, James McRae, Brendan Long and Daniel Noonan fourth place.
Morgan in 2010 occurred in two World Cup regattas with the sculls, but changed for the world championships in New Zealand in the two with coxswain, where he won together with Dominic Grimm and helmsman David Webster the gold medal. 2011 Morgan returned for David Crawshay back in the quadruple sculls. In the occupation Morgan, James McRae, Karsten Forster Ling and Daniel Noonan, the boat won gold at the World Championships in Bled. 2012 occupied the Australian sculls third place at the Olympic Games in London behind the German and Croatian boat.