1. Bode Miller originally started off on K2 skis, then raced on Fischer through the 2002 season.
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5. Bode Miller participated in five Winter Olympics, from 1998 through 2014.
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8. Bode Miller was then unable to defend his title from the previous Olympic Games as he finished sixth in the super combined event.
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15. Bode Miller would go on to win two more slalom races in January 2002, along with a pair of silver medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics in February, thus establishing himself as the top racer on the US Ski Team.
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16. Bode Miller finally achieved a podium in a giant slalom at Val d'Isere on December 17, 2000, but then only competed in super-G at the 2001 World Ski Championships; he crashed during the downhill portion of the combined and tore knee ligaments, which ended his competition.
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20. Bode Miller is an Olympic and World Championship gold medalist, a two-time overall World Cup champion in 2005 and 2008, and the most successful male American alpine ski racer of all time.
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24. Bode Miller told The Boston Globe earlier that McKenna is directly attacking his brand.
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30. Bode Miller is an Olympic and World Championship gold medalist, a two time overall World Cup winner in 2005 and 2008, and the most successful man American alpine ski racer ever.
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31. Bode Miller is an American alpine skier who is the Olympic and World Championship gold medalist, and is considered one of the world's greatest World Cup racers.
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37. Bode Miller was born in the heart of the White Mountains.
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38. Bode Miller sold the houseboat they were married on for a house in Coto de Caza, a 5,000-acre gated community in Southern California where his wife grew up in a well-to-do family.
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39. Bode Miller picked off Rivers, returning it 40-plus yards to put Denver in business.
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40. Bode Miller now has five-consecutive seasons of double-digit sacks, and seven such campaigns in his eight years in the NFL.
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53. On the program 60 Minutes, in January 2006, Bode Miller described the act of skiing "wasted" and compared it to lawlessly driving while intoxicated.
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61. Bode Miller began the Winter Olympics by winning two out of three training sessions before the downhill.
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65. In 2008 Bode Miller clinched his second overall championship at the World Cup finals in Bormio, Italy.
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74. Bode Miller not only first appeared in the World Cup during the 1998 season but represented the United States in the 1998 Nagano Olympics, competing in both of the technical disciplines.
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75. Bode Miller ended his career with six discipline World Cup titles and won four World Championships titles in four different disciplines and one silver medal in super-G.
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76. Bode Miller was relieved by Bryan Shaw after the side-arm left-hander By chance, we get a rematch of the legendary home run off of Aroldis Chapman by Rajai Davis, but it doesn't bode as well for Terry Francona's squad.
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