An American skiier, Bode Miller won two Olympic silver medals (giant slalom, combined) at the 2002 Games in Salt Lake City. He also has five career medals (four golds) at world championships.
Bode Miller crashes, cuts leg in World Championships super-G
United States skier Bode Miller crashed during the World Championships super-G event on Thursday in Beaver Creek, Colo., and he suffered a deep cut on his right leg. The 37-year-old was ahead of the leader's pace when his hand got stuck in a gate. He was flipped down the mountain and cut his right calf.Bode Miller has hamstring surgery after crash at world championships
Bode Miller played it cautious the last few weeks, waiting for his surgically repaired back to recover before racing again.Bode Miller crashes in first race back after November surgery
Bode Miller played it cautious the last few weeks, waiting for his surgically repaired back to recover before racing again.Bode Miller crashes, injures leg in super-G; Hannes Reichelt takes gold
Bode Miller crashed while leading the super-G at the world alpine championships Thursday and suffered a gruesome leg injury that may keep him out of the remaining races at Beaver Creek.Bode Miller: Return Unclear After Crash at Worlds
Bode Miller tells AP he's unsure about return to racing after crash at worlds, leg surgeryBode Miller crashes, gashes leg during super-G at world championships
BEAVER CREEK, Colo. -- Hannes Reichelt of Austria won the super-G at the world championships Thursday, a race in which Bode Miller gashed his right calf after a crash that sent him tumbling down the hill.Bode Miller's World Championships Over After Violent Crash
After crash ends his world champs, Bode Miller left contemplate his future in ski racingBode Miller undergoes surgery for torn tendon
Bode Miller's season debut ended in misery Thursday after the six-time Olympic medallist underwent surgery for a severe leg injury following a terrifying crash the FIS Alpine World Championships. "Feeling lucky since things could have been way worse," Miller wrote on Twitter. Miller's flying wreck Thursday highlighted a bruising day on the Birds of Prey super-G course. World Cup super-G points ...Bode Miller (back) ready to race at worlds
Bode Miller's no longer being held back by a herniated disk. He's cleared himself to race again.WATCH: Bode Miller crashes, injures leg in World Championships super-G
Bode Miller suffered a nasty cut on his right leg but walked off on his own power after crashing in the World Championships super-G in Beaver Creek, Colo., on Thursday.
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Miller grew up in a backwoods cabin in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with no plumbing or electricity.
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