76 Facts About Bode Miller

1. Bode Miller originally started off on K2 skis, then raced on Fischer through the 2002 season.

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2. In 2006 Bode Miller was the subject of a biographical film produced by the Coruway Film Institute, Flying Downhill, which looks at the people and the place Miller comes from, and where exactly each fits within his philosophy.

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3. Bode Miller was even called the "biggest bust in Olympic history" for his performance.

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4. Bode Miller is the only American ski racer in history to win medals at three different Olympics.

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5. Bode Miller participated in five Winter Olympics, from 1998 through 2014.

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6. Bode Miller was then able to sign a deal with US-based ski manufacturer Bomber Ski, which made Miller the brand's part owner.

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7. Bode Miller terminated his contract with HEAD early under the restriction that he would not compete with other skis than HEAD on the World Cup circuit or in the World Alpine Ski Championships.

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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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9. Bode Miller topped young Swiss sensation Beat Feuz with four hundredths of a second.

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10. Bode Miller was third at the city event in Munich, second to Didier Cuche at Kitzbuehel's downhill and third in super-G at Hinterstoder.

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11. Bode Miller made history early in the season by winning at least one race in each of the four standard World Cup disciplines: slalom, giant slalom, super-G and downhill.

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12. Bode Miller won six World Cup races: three giant slaloms, two combineds and one slalom.

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13. Bode Miller won two other giant slaloms during the season.

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14. Bode Miller was 15th after the downhill portion losing 2.44 seconds to Kjetil Andre Aamodt.

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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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17. Bode Miller applied for and got a scholarship to the Carrabassett Valley Academy, a ski racing academy in Maine.

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18. Bode Miller officially retired from ski racing in October 2017.

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19. Bode Miller is the only skier with five or more victories in each discipline.

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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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21. Bode Miller is opening up about the tragic drowning of his 19-month-old daughter, Emeline.

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22. In 2007, Bode Miller left the US Ski Team and rejoined the said team two years after.

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23. Bode Miller is an American alpine ski racer that has an estimated net worth of $8 million.

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24. Bode Miller told The Boston Globe earlier that McKenna is directly attacking his brand.

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25. Bode Miller met McKenna through the high-end dating service after they both expressed interest in settling down.

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26. Bode Miller arrived at Vancouver 2010 calm and focused, and it paid off.

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27. Bode Miller is one of only a handful of skiers to have won World Cup events in every discipline, from slalom to downhill.

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28. Bode Miller has been married to Morgan Beck, a beach volleyball player since 2012.

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29. Bode Miller is among 5 skiers that have won Olympic medals in 4 distinct areas, matching the efforts of Kjetil Andr Aamodt and female racers Anja Prson, Janica Kosteli and Katja Seizinger.

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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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32. In 2015, Bode Miller tries to make a comeback after he had a back surgery.

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33. Bode Miller earned 33 victories which made him included as one of the greatest World Cup racers in the world.

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34. Bode Miller had been hitting golf balls and a line drive managed to nail Beck in the face.

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35. Bode Miller has a daughter named Neesyn Dace with his ex-girlfriend, Chanel Johnson.

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36. Bode Miller skipped the 2013 World Cup season to recover from knee surgery.

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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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41. Bode Miller candidly talks about his own experiences in an abusive relationship and the way he has been treated in Hollywood prior to the Time's Up movement.

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42. Bode Miller identifies as queer, explaining to the magazine, "Yeah, absolutely.

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43. On October 7, 2012, Bode Miller married professional beach volleyball player and model Morgan Beck.

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44. On June 3, 2010, Bode Miller competed for a spot in the 2010 US Open through the new national playoff system introduced by the USTA.

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45. In April 2010, Bode Miller opened the Boston Red Sox's baseball season by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park.

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46. On July 29, 2006, Bode Miller signed a one-day contract to play baseball for the Nashua Pride.

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47. Bode Miller was paired with Paige Hemmis and they finished in second place.

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48. In 2002, Bode Miller won ABC Sports' Superstars competition, a televised event that pits athletes from different sports against one another in a series of athletic contests.

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49. Bode Miller departed the 2009 season before its completion and rejoined the US Ski Team in October 2009.

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50. In May 2007, Bode Miller left the US Ski Team and raced independently for his personally financed Team America for two seasons.

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51. Bode Miller has used a variety of skis during his World Cup career.

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52. Throughout the Olympics, Bode Miller said, "I'm just trying to ski in a way that's exciting for me.

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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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54. Bode Miller is one of the most successful alpine ski racers in Olympic history.

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55. On October 31, 2017, Bode Miller announced his retirement from competition.

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56. At the end of 2016, Bode Miller wanted to make another comeback to the tour and compete with Bomber skis.

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57. On November 17, 2014, Bode Miller announced that he would undergo outpatient back surgery to alleviate the pain and discomfort he had felt since the end of the previous season.

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58. Bode Miller finished the season ranked eighth overall, his best in 6 years.

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59. In his last race of the Olympics, Bode Miller finished 20th in the giant slalom, won by US teammate Ligety.

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60. On February 16, 2014, Bode Miller became the oldest Olympic medalist in alpine skiing history, by winning a bronze medal in the super-G race.

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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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62. At the beginning of his comeback season, Bode Miller unexpectedly finished second at Beaver Creek's giant slalom, only behind fellow American Ted Ligety, which was his first podium in the discipline since 2007.

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63. Bode Miller earned the 33rd World Cup win of his career with a downhill victory in Beaver Creek.

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64. Bode Miller responded to his World Cup success in 2008 with the worst season of his professional career, leading some to speculate that he might be "burned out.

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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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66. On May 12, 2007, Bode Miller announced that he was leaving the US Ski Team.

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67. For the season, Bode Miller finished 4th overall and won the super-G title.

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68. Bode Miller had four first-place finishes in the early going of the 2007 World Cup.

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69. Bode Miller had prolotherapy treatments, an alternative treatment that has shown no effect in clinical trials, to the ligaments in his knee or knees in February 2006, with other ski team members, Bryon Friedman and Eric Schlopy.

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70. Bode Miller won his first overall World Cup title in 2005, defeating Austrians Benjamin Raich and Hermann Maier.

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71. In the 2004 season, Bode Miller won World Cup titles in two disciplines: giant slalom and combined, but placed fourth in the competition for the overall title.

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72. Bode Miller challenged for the 2003 World Cup overall title but fell just short, finishing second to Stephan Eberharter of Austria.

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73. At the starting gate before his final run Bode Miller had already a huge advantage of 1.79 seconds over then leading Sebastien Amiez.

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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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