Hamish Angus McLachlan (born 28 August 1975) is an Australian sports broadcaster and host with Seven Sport.
Since he joined the Seven Network in January 2008, he has been a host/presenter/reporter at multiple events, including being a part of every Australian Open tennis tournament until 2018 and hosting AFL Game Day since its beginning through to this day.
McLachlan was the host for the network's Olympics and Commonwealth Games, a position previously held by the likes of Sandy Roberts and Matt White.
In 2018, McLachlan is currently co-host sports entertainment series Australian Spartan.
In February 2018, he hosted the Seven Network's prime-time coverage of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
In April 2018, McLachlan hosted the network's prime-time 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games coverage, Seven's biggest event since the Beijing 2008 Olympics, averaging as high as over 2.1 million Australian viewers.
In May 2018 during a live airing of AFL Game Day, McLachlan wore a Superman t-shirt beneath his suit jacket in reference to the newly named Marvel Stadium. Unbeknownst to McLachlan, Superman is a part of Marvel rival, DC Comics.
Hamish Ranked on the list of most popular Sports Commentator. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia.
In 2016, Hamish joined the Seven Network’s Olympics coverage for the first time (having not been part of Beijing 2008), as prime-time host at Rio 2016.
Height : 6.2 ft 1.88 cm
Weight : 176 Ibs 80 kg