Bode Miller Biography, Wife, Age, Untold Stories and Net Worth

Bode Miller Full Biography 

Full Name : Bode Miller Hinterstoder
Miller in February 2011
Disciplines Downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, combined
Club Franconia Ski Club /
Carrabassett Valley Academy
Born October 12, 1977 (age 41)
Easton, New Hampshire, U.S.
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
World Cup debut November 20, 1997
(age 20)
Retired 2017
Olympics
Teams 5 – (1998–2014)
Medals 6 (1 gold)
World Championships
Teams 8 – (1999–2015)
Medals 5 (4 gold)
World Cup
Seasons 16 – (1998–2012, 2014)
Wins 33
Podiums 79
Overall titles 2 – (2005, 2008)
Discipline titles 6 – (2 SG, 1 GS, 3 K)
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 2010 Vancouver Super combined
Silver medal – second place 2002 Salt Lake Giant slalom
Silver medal – second place 2002 Salt Lake Combined
Silver medal – second place 2010 Vancouver Super-G
Bronze medal – third place 2010 Vancouver Downhill
Bronze medal – third place 2014 Sochi Super-G
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2003 St. Moritz Giant slalom
Gold medal – first place 2003 St. Moritz Combined
Gold medal – first place 2005 Bormio Downhill
Gold medal – first place 2005 Bormio Super-G
Silver medal – second place 2003 St. Moritz Super-G

Who is Bode Miller?

Samuel Porter Miller is an American born former World Cup alpine skiing racer. Born on October 12, 1977, he was a gold medalist at the Olympic and World Championships, a two-time World Cup champion in 2005 and 2008, and was the most successful male American Alpine ski racer of all time. He was also considered one of the greatest World Cup racers of all time, having won 33 races and became one of the five men (and last date) to win the World Cup in all five disciplines.

He is the only skier who has achieved five or more victories in each discipline. In 2008, Miller and Lindsay Vonn won the United States ‘ first World Cup in 25 years.

Bode Miller Biography, Wife, Age, Untold Stories and Net Worth

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Miller won six medals at the Winter Olympics, most American skier−two silverers (giant slalom and combo) in Salt Lake City in 2002, a gold (Super Combo), a silver (super-G) and a bronze (downhill) in Vancouver in 2010 and a bronze (super-G) in Sochi in 2014. Miller was one of the 5 skiers who won the Olympic medal in 4 different disciplines, matching feats Kjetil Andrea Aamodt and female rider Anya Pärson, Janica Kostelić and Katja Seizinger.

Miller ended his career with six World Cup titles and won four world titles in four different disciplines(giant slalom, merge, super-G and downhill) and a silver in the super-G.When his skiing career came to an end, Miller had turned his attention and investment to horse racing. He officially retired from skiing in October 2017.

Bode Miller Childhood and Early years

Miller was Born in Easton, New Hampshire to Joe Kenny and Woody Miller, Miller grew up in nearby Franko, a small community in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains Including the Cannon Mountain Ski Area.Miller was born in his family, including sister Kyla, sister Wren Bungo Windrushing Turtleheart and brother Chelone (full name Nathaniel Kinsman was Chelone Skan),

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Living on 450 acres (1.8 km2) of land in a log cabin in the forest, where his parents celebrated the day, in the absence of electricity or indoor plumbing. He was a vegetarian. [5]he went to school at home until the third grade, but after his parents divorced, he went to public school.

He applied and received a scholarship to Carrabassett Valley College, the ski racing academy in Maine. His mother’s parents owned and started the Tamarack tennis camp, where he played tennis and played football since childhood.

Miller ski Racing Career

The beginning (1998-2001)

Not only did Bode Miller first appear in the 1998 season at the World Cup, but he also represented the United States in the 1998 Nagano Olympics, competing in two technical disciplines (giant slalom and slalom).

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In 1999, he also participated in the super-G (considered a speed discipline, not a technical discipline) and represented the United States in all three events of the Beaver River World Ski Championships, with the best finish in the eighth place in the slalom.

He finally made the podium (third in the standings) on a huge slalom at Val d’isère on December 17, 2000, but then only competed in the super-G race at the 2001 World Ski Championships; he crashed in the downhill section of the knee ligament, ending his race.

Bode Miller injuries, ski legal dispute and retirement (2015-2017)

On November 17, 2014, Bode Miller announced an outpatient back surgery to relieve pain and discomfort felt since the end of last season. After attending formal training at Wengen and Kitzbühel, Miller is trying to make a comeback for the 2015 World Championship in Vail/Beaver Creek, Colorado.

On February 5, he crashed in a super-G race, grabbing a door. During the crash, his leg was cut off by the edge of his ski, and he suffered torn’s cracked hamstring tendon. The injury forced him to withdraw from the other tournaments.

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After celebrating the birth of his son, his first child with Morgan Baker, Miller announced in October that he would skip another season, intending to spend more time with his family and to focus on his newfound passion.

Although some began to doubt that this could mean the end of his skiing career, Miller denied it in December and said he would occasionally return to the track despite the fact that he would never do it again.

He does not compete with other snowboarders on the World Cup track or at the world alpine championships, and with this restriction, he terminates his contract with HEAD early. He was then able to sign an agreement with the American ski manufacturer Bomber Ski, which also made Miller a part owner of the brand.

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At the end of 2016, Miller wanted to return to the tour again and compete with the Bomber skis. HEAD, however, blocked the attempt, saying that Miller had agreed not to compete with other ski brands for two years from the moment the agreement was terminated. While Miller thinks HEAD’s actions unlawfully prevent him from competing for a living, HEAD rejects the argument and says he’s disappointed that Miller is not following his words, trying to race with different skiers.

On October 31, 2017, Miller announced his retirement from competition.

Brothers death –  Bode Miller’s Brother Chelone Miller died

Dream dies with Bode Miller’s brother, Chelone

Chelone Miller was 29, and so in love with pushing the frontiers of snowboarding — from soaring off lofty cliffs to blasting down icy mountains at more than 80 miles an hour — that it may have cost him his life.

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“That was his big dream, to compete in the Olympics with Bode,’’ Chelone’s close friend and manager Devin Azevedo said. “He was going for it.’’

Chelone Miller lived the life he loved, and to the fullest.

Before he was gone.

3 days before he was scheduled to travel last month to a glacial peak in Alaska’s remote Hoodoo Mountains for an extreme snowboarding challenge, Chelone was found dead of an apparent seizure in his mobile home — a van he had parked in a friend’s driveway in Mammoth Lakes, Calif.

Despite suffering a series of frightening seizures since his dirt bike crash, Chelone had spurned the medicine his doctors had prescribed to prevent the attacks, according to family and friends. He told them he never felt like himself on the drugs, that they sapped his energy, his power, his spirit.

“None of us could have made him change his lifestyle or give up his dreams so he would be safe,’’ his sister, Gennie Wren, said near their childhood home on Mount Kinsman. “It was tough because we all wanted him to do what he wanted to do, but we knew the risks.’’

 

Bode Miller Daughter Drowned

Olympic alpine skier Bode Miller, who learned of his 19-month-old daughter Emeline’s pool accident, was unquestionably the worst phone call in his life.

Orange County Fire Department captain Steve Concialdi told People Miller, 40, was not in his neighbor’s house when his daughter was found unresponsive in their pool on Saturday.

Bode Miller’s 19-month-old daughter Emmy

Bode Miller’s 19-month-old daughter Emmy tragically lost her life in a swimming pool accident

“Someone on the scene called Bode to let him know what happened and his kids were being transported to Mission Hospital,”Concialdi said, referring to the accident in Cortez, California. It is unclear who made the call.

While Miller was not there when accidental drowning occurred, his wife, Morgan Baker Miller was just a few steps away from the home when their daughter went ‘ missing for just a short amount of time.“

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