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Flying down the hill on a plank and a prayer, skiing pioneers introduced America to winter, turn by turn.
America's hottest racing phenom logs 230 days a year on the road. Meet his traveling companions.
The U.S. men are looking to prove their versatility Wednesday as Miller, Casey Puckett, and Jakub Fiala take on the world in the Alpine combined.
The American skis the slalom run of his life to come back from 15th place and claim silver, while Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt takes gold.
Bode Miller won his first major title Thursday, capturing the gold medal in the combined.
Skier Bode Miller, who won two Olympic silver medals last season and four World Cup races, underwent arthroscopic surgery Friday to remove loose cartilage pieces in his left knee.
Bode Miller staged his second silver-medal comeback of the Winter Games, skiing from seventh to second place in Thursday's GS. Austria's Stephan Eberharter took gold.
Miller second after first run, loses edge on second and finishes 11 seconds out.
On the opening day of men's Olympic downhill training, the spotlight fell on pre-race favorites like Daron Rahlves who finished third in training.
American Bode Miller takes Swiss slalom race by nearly two seconds.
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