|Born||3 May 1962|
|Event(s)||800 m, 1500 m|
|Coached by||Gordon Surtees|
Anthony "Tony" Morrell (born 3 May 1962) is a male retired English middle-distance runner.
Morrell won the bronze medal in the 1500 metres at the 1990 European Athletics Indoor Championships. In addition, he represented Great Britain at the 1987 World Championships and 1987 World Indoor Championships. He represented England in the 1,500 metres event, at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, New Zealand.
|Representing Great Britain and England|
|1987||European Indoor Championships||Liévin, France||6th||800 m||1:58.31|
|World Indoor Championships||Indianapolis, United States||9th (h)||800 m||1:50.39|
|World Championships||Rome, Italy||17th (qf)||800 m||1:46.25|
|1988||European Indoor Championships||Budapest, Hungary||4th||800 m||1:49.89|
|1990||Commonwealth Games||Auckland, New Zealand||5th||1500 m||3:35.87|
|European Indoor Championships||Glasgow, United Kingdom||3rd||1500 m||3:44.83|
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