Nick McArdle

Nick McArdle is an Australian TV sports presenter with a career spanning 20 years in the media industry. McArdle is a current sports presenter with Fox Sports in Australia. He was formerly the weekend sports presenter for Seven News in Sydney for a number of years.

Television career

He previously presented the sport report on the now cancelled Seven Late News, and has hosted Sunrise as a fill-in presenter. Over the summer of 2005, McArdle presented Seven Morning News as a fill-in presenter.

Nick started his career on radio with the Austereo Network reading news in Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney before moving to television in 1995.

McArdle has covered the Olympic Games in Sydney and Athens, the Winter Olympics in Turin, and the Commonwealth Games in Manchester and Melbourne, and was a regular on Australia's overseas cricket tours, including the Ashes of 2001 and the 2003 World Cup.

Over the years, he has also covered the 1999 World Alpine Ski Championships in Vail, Australia's Davis Cup semi-final loss to Argentina in Buenos Aires in 2006, the World Athletics Championships in Seville, the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona and the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Fukuoka.

He finished with the Seven Network in November 2006.

McArdle now works at Fox Sports where he is a senior news presenter and tennis and cricket host. He hosts Fox Sports' coverage of the US Open from Flushing Meadows and is current in-studio presenter of Australia's overseas cricket tours, beginning with the tour of India in October/November 2008.

He hosted the first two tests of the 2009 Ashes series with former Australian cricketers Mark Waugh and Damien Fleming before travelling to England to host the final three tests and report for Fox Sports News.

He also fronts rugby coverage for Fox Sports.

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Preceded by
Krystal Walters
Seven News Sydney
Weekend Sports Presenter

1996 - 2006
Succeeded by
Ben Damon

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