Morgan Lake of Great Britain looks on as she competes in the Women's High Jump final on Day 15 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 20, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. - Athletics - Olympics: Day 15
Morgan Lake Photos Photos: Decathalon - Olympics: Day 13
Morgan Lake of Great Britain competes in Women's High Jump Qualifying on Day 13 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. - Decathalon - Olympics: Day 13
Morgana Le Fay, known as Morgan of the Fairies in Great Britain, among other names, is an important character of the legends of Arthur. Morgana was a priestess of the island of Avalon and half sister of King Arthur, daughter of Igraine and Gorlois, Duke of Cornwall. She was trained by her aunt Viviane to become Lady of the Lake in Avalon, she is seen by Christianity as the bastard and malicious sister of King Arthur.
Garrett Augustus Morgan, an African American businessman and inventor born on March 4, 1877, was one of the first to apply for and acquire a U.S. patent for a traffic signal. The patent was granted on November 20, 1923. Morgan later had the technology patented in Great Britain and Canada. He also invented a zigzag stitching attachment for manually operated sewing machine. In 1916, Morgan made national news for using a gas mask he had invented to rescue several men trapped during an…
European Junior Championships: Morgan Lake leads GB medal haul World junior champion Morgan Lake led the way on the final day as Britain equalled their best tally of European Junior Championships gold medals