April 4, 1986 |
Victoria, British Columbia
|Curling club||The Glencoe Club,
|Lead||D. J. Kidby|
Thomas started his career with an Alberta Provincial Junior title in '04 and made his debut on the National and International Curling scene by representing Alberta and winning the 2006 Canadian Junior Curling Championships (Thunder Bay, Ontario) and 2006 World Junior Curling Championships (Jeonju, Korea). Thomas and team also qualified for the 2007 Canadian Junior Curling Championships by winning the 2007 Alberta Junior Provincials held at the Granite Curling Club in Edmonton, Alberta. He went on to win his second straight Canadian Junior title by defeating Brett Gallant's rink from Prince Edward Island as well as his second straight World Junior title by defeating Niklas Edin of Sweden.
After Juniors, Thomas skipped his own team before teaming up with Chris Schille, in 2008, throwing fourth stones for the team. Thomas played one season with Schille. Thomas returned to skipping between 2010 and 2014, and joined the Virtue rink for the 2014-15 season.
- Canadian Junior Men First Team All-star skip: 2006
- Canadian Junior Men First Team All-star skip: 2007
- Charley Thomas on the World Curling Tour database
- Charley Thomas on the World Curling Federation database
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