Miller Will Take Course As Forerunner Before Training RunBode Miller being Bode Miller, he will of course try to go as fast as he can in a downhill training run Wednesday. Doesn't matter if there's nothing at stake since he's only testing out the hill or that he's hardly in "go crazy" form.
Bode Miller Takes Course As Forerunner Before Training Run At Beaver CreekBode Miller glided around a turn at a high rate of speed, caught some air and nearly lost one of his skis. Somehow, as he always seems to do, he avoided a crash and kept right on attacking the course.
13 Crazy Crashes During The Alpine Ski World ChampionshipsThroughout the Alpine World Ski Championships in the Vail Valley in the first half of this month there was some awe inspiring skiing on display. There were also some big crashes.
Lindsey Vonn Tries To Regroup After Downhill At WorldsTwo races, one medal for Lindsey Vonn. Not gold, either, but bronze. This wasn't exactly the start the skier from nearby Vail was hoping for at the world championships in front of a home crowd.
Bode Miller: Return Unclear After Crash At WorldsBode Miller said if his crash at the world championships was indeed his last race he's all right with that because his career has been "an amazing ride."
Miller Has Surgery For Torn Hamstring Tendon, Out For WorldsBode Miller had surgery to fix a torn right hamstring tendon he suffered in a super-G crash Thursday and will miss the rest of the world championships.
Austria's Reichelt Wins Super G At Worlds, Miller Gashes LegBode Miller smacked a gate so hard he crashed, opening a deep gash on his right calf. Kjetil Jansrud later hit another panel and had to have his left shoulder checked out.
Miller Crashes, Cuts Calf In Worlds Super-G At Beaver CreekBode Miller hit his left arm on a gate, spun backward and lost both skis in a crash during the super-G Thursday at the world championships.
Men's Super G Race At World Championships Rescheduled For ThursdayThe men's super-G race at the world championships has been postponed a day to Thursday because of too much snow on the course.
Sore Back And All, Bode Miller Makes U.S. Roster For WorldsThe Alpine director of the U.S. Ski Team has a healthy — and extremely confident — Lindsey Vonn for the world championships next week in Beaver Creek, Colorado. One of the best slalom skiers in teenager Mikaela Shiffrin, too.
Bode Miller Unsure About Racing At World ChampionshipsAt times, Bode Miller's surgically repaired back makes him feel like he's "balancing two pool balls on top of each other."
US Skier Bode Miller On Pace For January ReturnSix-time Olympic medalist Bode Miller remains "optimistic" about a January return after undergoing surgery last month to fix a disk in his back.