Hamish Parry has represented Australia three time at U23s, in the Lightweight Men’s Pair in 2014 and 2015, and in the Lightweight Men’s Four in 2013. In 2017, Parry raced in the Lightweight Men’s Quadruple Scull, alongside Red Matthews, James Kerr and Sean Murphy at the World Cups and World Rowing Championships. In 2018, Parry was selected to represent Australia in the Lightweight Men’s Single Scull winning a silver medal at World Rowing Cup 3. In 2019, he combined with Leon Chambers to race the Lightweight Men’s Double Scull, the duo medalled at World Rowing Cup 2, however fell short of qualifying the boat for Tokyo at the 2019 World Rowing Championships, finishing in sixth place.
The Queenslander combined with Sean Murphy through 2020, in New South Wales, to secure selection into the Lightweight Men’s Double Scull for the 2021 Final Olympic Qualification Regatta. The duo relocated to Canberra to the Men’s National Training Centre to train alongside the rest of the men’s team. The duo are coached by Don McLachlan as part of Ian Wright’s program.
Outside of rowing, Parry is studying Exercise and Sports Science and counts Varese in Italy as one of his favourite places to row.