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Hats Off To Bode Miller

By Livingly Staff on
Body Miller finally had his 2014 moment during the super G.  The 36 year old alpine skier earned a bronze medal and a place in the history books as the oldest downhill skiier to ever medal in the Olympics.  Kjetil Jansrud won gold in the event.  American (and Dartmouth student) Andrew Weibrecht took silver. Bode Miller has now earned six Olympic medals in his career -- putting him among the top U.S. Winter Olympians of all time.  Miller said of his quest for a Sochi medal, "Some days...Read Full Story

Bode Miller Girlfriend: Hot Blonde! (Pictures)

By Deena Bustillo on
Super hot alpine skier Bode Miller was at the ESPY Awards last night at the Nokie Theatre in L.A., and he brought with him a very hot blonde date! The Olympic gold medal winner showed off his leggy lady as they made their way down the red carpet for the awards show.Just who is Mr. Miller's lady love? Well, that remains to be seen. He was definitely affectionate with her on the red carpet, but her name hasn't blown up around the Internet quite yet. At one point, during the 2010 Winter Olympics...Read Full Story

Bode Miller, Ted Ligety Out of Slalom

By Jake on
After a lot of anticipation, it seems that Bode Miller will have to be content with three Olympic medals. The American downhill skier skidded out early on the slalom course, missing a gate less than 10 seconds into his opening run.Also out is American Ted Ligety, a former Olympic champion who had a frustrating two weeks in Vancouver. Both were plagued by a choppy course that seemed to wreak havoc with skiers' edges, sending many astray.Miller leaves the Olympics with an a record-breaking...Read Full Story

Bode Miller: Last Shot at Record 4th Olympic Alpine Medal

By Deena Bustillo on
Bode Miller wants to make Olympic history, and he'll have one more shot to do it today. He wants to be the only man to win 4 medals in Alpine skiing at a single Olympics when he competes on the slalom today. It's the final Alpine event of the Vancouver Games, and he's hoping to make it count big time. The pressure's on, and he knows this is an event he has to really nail in order to set the record. He said (via ABC): "Slalom is one of those events where there's no margin for error. You've...Read Full Story

Bode Miller Skids His Way out of Fourth Medal

By Jake on
Bode Miller will not be taking his fourth medal at Vancouver, after failing to finish during the first run of the men's giant slalom. It was not an unexpected result -- Miller is unranked in the discipline -- but as of late Americans seem to almost be fated to win Apline events.Meanwhile, Swiss five-threat Carlo Janka was in the pole position heading into the second run, after clocking in at 1:17.27. Janka, the defending giant slalom world champion, is heavily favored to take gold in the...Read Full Story

Bode Miller, Gold in the Super Combined

By Livingly Staff on
Bode Miller won his first ever Olympic gold medal.  He set a combined time of 2 minutes and 44.92 seconds in the men's Super Combined alpine downhill event.  Ivica Kostelic of Croatia took silver, only 0.33 of a second behind Miller. Silvan Zurbriggen of Switzerland won bronze.Miller is a well decorated alpine skiier.  He's won many international events and has several Olympic medals.  However, he's never before won Olympic gold.  Miller still has two races to go in these Olympics, beginning...Read Full Story

Bode Miller Takes His First Gold in Super Combined

By Jake on
Four years ago, Bode Miller was known best for being someone who partied too hard off the slopes and failed to really deliver on them. In short, someone with massive potential but -- for whatever reason -- unable to compete when it really mattered. Now, he's a gold medal champion. America's surprising domination of Alpine skiing continued today, with Miller staging a come-from-behind wiin in the super combined to take the top spot. After placing seventh in the downhill portion, Miller laid...Read Full Story

Bode Miller Sees Gold Slip From His Grasp, Settles for Silver

By Jake on
Bode Miller had one of the best runs we've ever seen from the American, as he raced down the slopes at Whistler Friday morning, and for a time, it was almost enough for him to finally take the Gold Medal that has eluded his reach. After holding the Gold Medal spot by .03 seconds over teammate Andrew Weibrecht for a majortity of the event, Miller's gold medal hopes were snatched away by Norweigian bigman Aksel Lund Svindal, who beat his time down the slope by more than .25 second. This...Read Full Story

Aksel Lund Svindal Edges Out Bode Miller

By Livingly Staff on
Bode Miller powered down the slopes at Whistler on Friday morning at speeds approaching 100 km per hour.  He won his second medal of these Olympic Games.  First he won a bronze.  Today he won a silver.  Olympic Gold still eludes Bode Miller.Aksel Lund Svindal won the event with a time of 1:30.34. Bode had the next best time, 1:30.62.  This is Bode Miller's third Olympic silver medal after winning two of them at the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City.Read Full Story

Bode Miller Takes Silver in Super G

By JJ Duncan on
Bode Miller had the run of a lifetime down the slopes at Whistler Friday morning, and it almost seemed like enough for him to finally take the Gold Medal that has for so long evaded his grasp. But, sadly, it was not to be. After holding the Gold Medal position by .03 seconds over teammate Andrew Weibrecht for about 15 minutes, Miller's Gold Medal hopes were dashed by Norweigian powerhouse Aksel Lund Svindal, who beat his time down the slope by more than a quarter second. This will be...Read Full Story