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Greg Wilson

Born: Oct 11, 1966
in Highland Park, Illinois
Resides: Vernon Hills, Illinois
Throws: Right
College/University: UW-Stevens Point / DePaul University
In Own Words:
Curls out of: Chicago Curling Club[cr][lf][cr][lf]I started curling in the 1970s with my father. After work he would take me to the club to play one-on-one with him. I am a third generation curler in the Chicago area. Most of my family curls. My wife, mom, dad and I have been to two Mixed Nationals together and are still curling in leagues together
Curling Highlights:
* U.S. National Championships: 2007 (6th), 2006 (7th), 2004, 2003 (semifinalist), 2000 (runner-up), 1999 (semifinalist), 1998 (champion), 1995[cr][lf]* Wisconsin State Men's Champion: 2000, 1998[cr][lf]* Illinois State Men's Champion: 2004, 2003, 1995[cr][lf]* U.S. Mixed Nationals: 1998, '97, '96, '95 (runner-up)[cr][lf]* St. Paul Cashspiel: 2005 (champion)[cr][lf]* Olympic Playdown participant: 1997[cr][lf]* Karuizawa International Bonspiel: 1999[cr][lf]* Movado Biel Touring Trophy: 2000 (champion)[cr][lf]* Bund Trophy: 2000 (third)[cr][lf]* Oslo Cup: 2003 (quarterfinalist with Paul Pustovar rink)
Junior Highlights:
* U.S. Junior Men's Nationals: 1983

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W: Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic
M: Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic
W: Cape Cod Wheelchair Summerspiel
: Australian Mixed Curling Championship
M: Australian Mens Curling Championship
W: Australian Womens Curling Championship
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