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A discus, used in Olympic games a while back. It is called a discus because it is in the shape of a disk.

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Q: What was the first frisbee called and why is it called that?
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Is there a new frisbee?

There is a new way to play frisbee its called frisbee golf.


What was the second name for the frisbee?

what was the first name of a frisbee


How much did the first frisbee cost?

Fred Morrison invented and marketed the first Frisbee in 1938. The price of the first Frisbee was only one nickel.


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When were frisbee by wham-o invented?

The first Wham-O Frisbee was first made in 1948.


What is anoter name for the frisbee?

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The Wham-O company first sold the Frisbee and continue to sell them today.


When was the frisbee invented?

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When did the Frisbee go on sale?

The first Wham-O Frisbee went on sale in 1948.


Where was the first frisbee invented?

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