Bode Miller

6-Time Olympic Medalist & 4-Time World Champion
Tags: Alpine Skiing
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One of the most successful alpine skiers in American history, Bode Miller has captured the attention of the world with his incredible athletic balance and ability to produce jaw-dropping performances on skis. Raised in an electricity free home, the two-time World Cup overall champion, four-time World Champion and six-time Olympic medalist has risen to become one of the most prolific international athletes.

Miller spends much of his time off snow with his family in California. His new hobby is horse racing, of which Miller has a stake in a few very competitive horses with top trainer Bob Baffert. Also active in philanthropy, Miller is passionate about the Turtle Ridge Foundation, an organization he started in 2005 with a focus on environmental protection issues and providing opportunities for young people to participate in recreational activities.

Career Highlights

  • Olympic Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals: Vancouver, 2010
  • 2 Olympic Silver Medals: Salt Lake City, 2002
  • Olympic Bronze Medal: Sochi, 2014
  • Overall Title, Super-Combined Title: 2008
  • 33 World Cup Wins: Most wins of any American male alpine skier
  • 4-Time World Champion
  • 79 World Cup Podium Finishes
  • Height: 6’2”
  • Weight: 210 lbs.
  • Born: October 12, 1977
  • Birthplace: Easton, New Hampshire