|Curling club|| Nutana CC,|
|Brier appearances||3: (1978, 1979, 1980)|
| World Championship |
Thomas R. Wilson is a Canadian curler. He is a 1980 World Men's champion and a 1980 Brier champion.
|1977–78||Rick Folk||Bob Thompson||Tom Wilson||Roger Schmidt||Brier 1978|
|1978–79||Rick Folk||Bob Thompson||Tom Wilson||Jim Wilson||Brier 1979|
|1979–80||Rick Folk||Ron Mills||Tom Wilson||Jim Wilson|| Brier 1980 |
|1974||Rick Folk||Cheryl Stirton||Tom Wilson||Bonnie Orchard||CMxCC 1974|
|1975||Rick Folk||Dorenda Schoenhals||Tom Wilson||Bonnie Orchard||CMxCC 1975 (?th) |
|1981||Rick Folk||Dorenda Schoenhals||Tom Wilson||Elizabeth Folk||CMxCC 1981|
|1982||Rick Folk||Dorenda Schoenhals||Tom Wilson||Elizabeth Folk||CMxCC 1982|
|1983||Rick Folk||Dorenda Schoenhals||Tom Wilson||Elizabeth Folk||CMxCC 1983|
His brother Jim is a curler too and Tom's teammate.
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