Chris Dittmar Biography and Wikipedia
Chris Dittmar is an Australian sports commentator, host, and presenter who currently works as a co-host at the Triple M drive shift with previous Adelaide Crows Captain Mark Ricciuto. Previously, he was the World’s No.1 ranked men’s squash player. He also finished as a runner-up at the World Open five times in 1983, 1987, 19990, and 1992. Chris also finished as a runner-up at the British Open twice in 1985 and 19993.
Chris Dittmar Education
Dittmar joined Saint Michael’s College Henley Beach based in South Australia in 1979. However, he has not shared any details about what course did he study while at the Institute.
Chris Dittmar’s Age and Birthday
How old is Chris? He is 59 years old as of 2023. Dittmar was born on January 16, 1964, in Adelaide, South Australia. He celebrates his birthday on 16th January every year. RELATED: Rob Brough
Chris Dittmar Nationality and Ethnicity
Chris holds Australian nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. Dittmar belongs to the white heritage/ethnicity/ancestry.
Chris Dittmar Height | Measurements
How tall is Chris? Dittmar stands at an average height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx. 1.89 m). Chris weighs around 80 kilograms. Nevertheless, he has not shared his other body measurements in the public domain.
Chris Dittmar Family | Parents | Siblings
He was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia to supportive and caring parents. He is the son of Vera Dittmar his mother and Ian his father. Dittmar was raised alongside his three siblings, two brothers namely Geoffrey, and Stephen, and a sister Jenny. Chris came from a popular sports family where his father Ian played Australian rules football for Adelaide Football Club. Additionally, his uncle Wally played Port Adelaide. He also represented South Australia in States of Origin Football. In the 1950s, his uncle Len has crowned the Australian welterweight boxing champion. RELATED: Franklin Graham
Chris Dittmar Wife | Children | Married | Wedding
Is Chris married? Chris is a married man. He is happily married to his beautiful and loving wife Kate Dittmar. The pair tied their wedding in a private ceremony attended by close friends and family members. The two are proud parents of two sons namely Tom and Jack. Jack works as a lawyer at Kain Lawyers doing mergers and acquisitions while Tom played his 300th game in the National Premier League.
Chris Dittmar Salary
Dittmar working as a reporter and co-host at the Triple M drive shift receives an estimated annual salary ranging from $100,000- $170,000.
Chris Dittmar’s Net Worth
Dittmar is an Australian reporter and co-hosts at the Triple M drive shift with an estimated net worth ranging from $3 million to $7 million. RELATED: Anne Graham Lotz
Chris Dittmar Channel 7 News | Squash
Dittmar serves as a reporter and co-hosts at the Triple drive shift with previous Adelaide Crows Captain Mark Ricciuto which is available on Apple Shows. Formerly, he was the World’s No.1 ranked men’s squash player. He finished as a runner-up at the World Open five times in 1983, 1987, 1990, and 1992.
In 1985 and 1993, he also finishes as a runner-up at the British Open twice. Chris also provided the most consistent challenge of any player to the dominance of Jansher Khan and Jahangir Khan during the 1980s. He has won various titles including three Canadian Opens, two South African Opens, and three Australian Opens.
Dittmar also worked as a Patron of Squash Australia and was inducted into the Squash Australia Hall of Fame. Since retiring, he has worked as a sports journalist for Channel 7 News. He also worked for Adelaide radio networks Triple M and Fiveaa. Dittmar joined Triple M in February 2011 where he moderated an afternoon sports podcast known as Rush Hour throughout the AFL season.