|Born||September 14, 1960|
| World Championship |
|3 (1995, 1996, 1999)|
| Olympic |
|3 (1992, 1998, 2002)|
Tim Somerville (born September 14, 1960) is an American curler from Coon Rapids, Minnesota.He is a three-time Olympian, including winning the bronze medal at the 1992 Winter Games when curling was an exhibition event.
As a junior curler, Somerville was a four-time Wisconsin state junior champion, 1979–82.After this run of junior championships, he joined his father Bud's men's team and won the Wisconsin state men's championship in back-to-back years, 1983 and 1984. Still playing with his father, he won the bronze medal at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, where curling was still an exhibition event.
After the 1992 Winter Games, Somerville returned to skipping his own team, to great success. He won the United States Men's Championship three times, in 1995, 1996, and 1999. Each of those years he then represented the United States at the World Men's Championships, where he finished fourth, seventh, and fourth, respectively. He also competed at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, where the American team placed fourth, and at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
Somerville's father, Bud Somerville, was also a highly successful curler. Bud was world champion in 1965 and 1974, was skip of the 1992 bronze medal Olympic team, and the first inductee into the United States Curling Hall of Fame.
|1978–79||Tim Somerville||Joe Geegan||Dewey Basley||Ken Larson|
|1979–80||Tim Somerville||Joe Geegan||Dewey Basley||Ken Larson|
|1980–81||Tim Somerville||Joe Geegan||Dewey Basley||Ken Larson|
|1981–82||Tim Somerville||Dewey Basley||Mike Schneeberger||Dan Sitek|
|1982–83||Bob Nichols (fourth)||Bud Somerville (skip)||Tim Somerville||Bob Christman|
|1983–84||Bob Nichols (fourth)||Bud Somerville (skip)||Tim Somerville||Bob Christman|
|1990–91||Tim Somerville (fourth)||Mike Strum||Bud Somerville (skip)||Bill Strum||1991 USOCT|
|1991–92||Tim Somerville (fourth)||Mike Strum||Bud Somerville (skip)||Bill Strum||Bob Nichols||Bob Buchanan||1992 OG|
|1992–93||Tim Somerville||Mike Strum||Mike Schneeberger||John Gordon||1993 USMCC (4th)|
|1994–95||Tim Somerville||Mike Schneeberger||Myles Brundidge||John Gordon||Bud Somerville||1995 USMCC |
1995 WMCC (4th)
|1995–96||Tim Somerville||Mike Schneeberger||Myles Brundidge||John Gordon||Donald Barcome Jr.||1996 USMCC |
1996 WMCC (7th)
|1997–98||Tim Somerville||Mike Peplinski||Myles Brundidge||John Gordon||Tim Solin||1997 USOCT |
1998 OG (4th)
|1998–99||Tim Somerville||Donald Barcome Jr.||Myles Brundidge||John Gordon||Mark Haluptzok||Bud Somerville||1999 USMCC |
1999 WMCC (4th)
|1999–00||Tim Somerville||Mike Schneeberger||Myles Brundidge||John Gordon||Bud Somerville||2000 USMCC (7th)|
|2001–02||Tim Somerville||Mike Schneeberger||Myles Brundidge||John Gordon||Donald Barcome Jr. (OG)||Bud Somerville|| 2001 USOCT |
2002 OG (7th)
2002 USMCC (5th)
|2002–03||Tim Somerville||Mike Schneeberger||Greg Johnson||John Gordon||Dave Puleo||2003 USMCC (6th)|
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