Tom Wilson (curler)

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Tom Wilson
 
Team
Curling club Nutana CC,
Saskatoon, SK
Career
Member AssociationFlag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan
Brier appearances3: (1978, 1979, 1980)
World Championship
appearances
1 (1980)

Thomas R. Wilson is a Canadian curler. He is a 1980 World Men's champion and a 1980 Brier champion.

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Awards

Teams

Men's

SeasonSkipThirdSecondLeadEvents
1977–78 Rick Folk Bob Thompson Tom Wilson Roger Schmidt Brier 1978 Silver medal icon.svg
1978–79Rick FolkBob ThompsonTom Wilson Jim Wilson Brier 1979 Silver medal icon.svg
1979–80Rick Folk Ron Mills Tom WilsonJim Wilson Brier 1980 Gold medal icon.svg
WCC 1980 Gold medal icon.svg

Mixed

SeasonSkipThirdSecondLeadEvents
1974 Rick Folk Cheryl Stirton Tom Wilson Bonnie Orchard CMxCC 1974 Gold medal icon.svg
1975Rick Folk Dorenda Schoenhals Tom WilsonBonnie OrchardCMxCC 1975 (?th) [4]
1981Rick FolkDorenda SchoenhalsTom Wilson Elizabeth Folk CMxCC 1981
1982Rick FolkDorenda SchoenhalsTom WilsonElizabeth FolkCMxCC 1982
1983Rick FolkDorenda SchoenhalsTom WilsonElizabeth FolkCMxCC 1983 Gold medal icon.svg

Personal life

His brother Jim is a curler too and Tom's teammate.

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