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Miller, the upstart American, stands just 93 points behind Eberharter with four races to go in his bid to be the first American to take the World Cup since Phil Mahre in 1983.
Bode Miller will go into the World Cup Finals 93 points behind Stephan Eberharter. However, he still has a decent chance at overtaking the Austrian phenom.
Bode Miller is running out of time to catch Eberharter in the World Cup overall standings.
Bode Miller's bid to win the overall title took a blow Friday, when the World Cup giant slalom in Japan was canceled because of bad weather.
History was made Saturday in the men's World Cup slalom race. Unfortunately for American Bode Miller, he had nothing to do with it.
Bode Miller renews his World Cup chase—trying to become the first American to finish first in the overall standings since Phil Mahre in 1983.
Bode Miller skied his way to the top of the World Cup by using a style all his own. Here's what makes him so fast-and what can we learn from him.
Austria's Stephan Eberharter won his second straight World Cup downhill title Saturday, dominating the competition on the icy, sun-soaked Kandahar course.
Marco Buechel won a super giant slalom Sunday for his first World Cup victory in a race in which Bode Miller hurt his chances for the overall title.
Bode Miller had a jarring return to everyday life on the World Cup circuit this past weekend in Germany. Eberharter picked up 180 points over two days, extending his overall lead over Miller.
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