Bode Miller is a dad once again! And to announce the exciting news, the Olympic skier took to Instagram to share a nude family pic! The photo features his wife, professional volleyball player Morgan Miller, along with their 1st child together, immediately after Morgan gave birth. Check out the NSFW pic here, and tell us — is it TMI?
The USA gained another gold medal on Feb. 19, when Ted Ligety, 29, finished in first place in the men’s giant slalom event. Americans celebrated the sweet victory but Ted’s reaction was even sweeter!
It was his second career gold medal in the event, but Ted Ligety wanted this victory more than anything. The skier from Park City, Utah had been waiting for years for this moment, and he finished Wednesday’s giant slalom event in a fittingly dramatic way.
Bode Miller, 36, broke down in tears on Feb. 16 after NBC’s Christin Cooper pushed him with persistent questioning about his recently deceased younger brother. How heartbreaking! Do you think Christin crossed the line? Watch below and tell us!
After winning the Bronze for the U.S. in men’s alpine skiing, 36-year-old Olympian Bode Miller was brought to tears in a post-race interview with NBC’s Christin Cooper when she continually asked Bode questions about his late brother, Chilly, who tragically died of a seizure at 29 in April 2013. Both his fans and her peers were outraged, but Bode took to Twitter to defend her. Do you think she crossed a line? See the interview below — it’s pretty heartbreaking.
Bode Miller and Ted Ligety are two of the most successful male American alpine ski racers of all time, so expectations for their Feb. 14 combined event were at an all-time high. So, did one of them grab the gold like Joss Christensen, or did they fall short like Shaun White?
One of the most popular and decorated members of the U.S. 2014 Winter Olympics team, Bode Miller, hit the slopes on Feb. 14 along with his fellow gold-medal winning teammate Ted Ligety an attempt to repeat his gold medal performance from Vancouver in 2010.
The Olympic star’s younger brother, snowboarder Chelone Miller was found dead in a van near the mountains in Mammoth Lakes, Calif. Authorities are investigating his death, but foul play is not suspected — read on for more details.
Olympic skier Bode Miller‘s family suffered an immense tragedy after his younger brother Chelone Miller, 29, was found dead in a van near the mountains in California late on April 7.
Bode Miller may be a party boy but he brought home the gold for the U.S. men’s ski team!
Bode Miller, 32, is known for taking risks on the slopes, but it all paid off Feb. 21 when Bode brought home the gold medal for the Men’s Alpine Skiing super-combined at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics in Whistler, Canada. This is Bode’s first ever gold medal Olympic win! Over the course of Bode’s career he’s shocked the world with his carefree attitude and self proclaimed party boy ways. “Sometimes I’m disciplined, but I like to be a total slacker, too,”Read more
He’s got four Olympic medals now — talk about a collection!
Though he was narrowly beat out by Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal, skier Bode Miller, 32, did Team USA proud Feb. 19 as he took home the silver medal in the men’s Alpine skiing downhill competition in Vancouver. Aksel raced down the hill in 1 minute 30.34 seconds, which was just 0.28 seconds faster than Bode’s descent. Fellow US skier Andrew Weibrecht, 24, won bronze, finishing just .03 seconds after Bode. “I made a few mistakes,” Bode admitted to the Boston Globe. “I was tired. I couldn’t make my normal moves.” Bode, don’t be so hard on yourself! Read more
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