Tom Macleod is a former presenter on Sky News.
He has previously worked for Sky Sports and was the writer and presenter of the Sky documentary ‘Concussion: The Impact on Sport’.
Tom has worked for the BBC and on commercial radio covering news, music, and sports programming.
He is a passionate advocate for increased awareness of concussion and head injury in sport and is proud to support the leading brain injury charity Headway U.K.
In his time at Sky, he has anchored during several major news stories including the 2016 Nice attack, the 2016 Turkish coup d’état attempt and broke news of the deaths of Muhammad Ali, Fidel Castro and Carrie Fisher.
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