14 Facts About Andy Mill


Andy Ray Mill was born on February 11,1953 and is a former alpine ski racer on the US Ski Team.


Andy Mill was two-time Olympian, competing primarily in the downhill and combined events on the World Cup circuit.


Andy Mill was an accomplished junior racer and made the US Ski Team in 1971, and in 1974, Andy Mill competed at the World Championships in St Moritz, Switzerland.


Andy Mill's finish was the best by an American in the men's downhill in 24 years, since Bill Beck's fifth place in 1952.


Andy Mill had placed fifth in the previous year's World Cup event on the same run, his best World Cup finish.


Andy Mill's racing career ended in January 1981 after a serious crash in a training run on the Lauberhorn in Wengen, Switzerland.


In 1988, Andy Mill was presented with the US Olympic Spirit Award in recognition for overcoming adversity in the 1976 Olympic Games, where he placed sixth in the downhill, even though injured.

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Andy Mill has a syndicated show in major ski areas in the US entitled Ski with Andy Mill, which he hosts, writes and produces.


Andy Mill has served on the boards of the Aspen Educational Foundation, the US Olympic Educational Ski Foundation for the US Ski Team, Aspen Winterclub Foundation, and National Atlantic Salmon Fishing Federation.


Andy Mill has hosted an outdoor show on OLN as well as fished for a number of fish including marlin, sailfish, bonefish, and permit, among others.


Andy Mill was divorced from his first wife, Robin, a former Miss California.


On July 30,1988, in Boca Raton, Florida, Andy Mill married tennis star Chris Evert, whom he had met 19 months earlier at a New Year's Eve party at the Hotel Jerome in Aspen.


Andy Mill became engaged to Debra Harvick of Aspen in 2009 and proposed marriage after their third date.


Harvick, whom Andy Mill describes as his best friend, enjoyed such hobbies together as biking along coastlines, skiing, fishing, and bow hunting.