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Bode Miller has made it exciting to follow the men's national ski team again. Now, he's hoping his presence will draw attention to some of his teammates.
Bode Miller has made it exciting to follow the men's national ski team again.
Kalle Palander won the slalom title with a second-place finish Sunday, becoming the first Finn to win a World Cup discipline.
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.
France's Antoine Deneriaz won the World Cup Finals men's DH Wednesday, while Austria's Renate Goetschl took the women's. Americans Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark both finished third respectively. Bode Miller finished 25th, out of the points.
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.
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Daron Rahlves finishes eighth in the World Cup super G in Garmisch, Germany.
Your core is your skiing powerhouse. And despite the wimpy name, Pilates can rev it up like few other workouts can.
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