But skiing is just so dangerous and risky, and there’s so much there that can go bad for you. I think that I was aware as I went through it I made sure I got the most out of skiing and my experiences. I definitely don’t have regrets about the way that I did things.” Miller did things his way. “Of course, I made a lot of mistakes and stupid things, but above all I was able to do it the way that I wanted to and the way that I felt I should,” Miller said. Miller, Ted Ligety, Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso all developed in the early 2000s and won Olympic gold medals.
I think just the preparation for it is so demanding. Miller, who debuted at the Olympics in 1998 at age 20, earned two silver medals in 2002, a medal of every color in 2010 (after a well-publicized failure in 2006) and a bronze in 2014 (oldest Olympic Alpine medalist in history). On the race courses with a trademark go-for-broke style. He rubbed some the wrong way and even competed separate from the U. “That, I think, is my biggest accomplishment.” Miller is the first of the golden generation of U. The Pyeong Chang Winter Games are expected to be the final Olympics for Vonn and Mancuso.
On a busy day for American skiers and snowboarders, Lindsey Vonn missed a historic win but Lindsey Jacobellis captured her fourth world title. Though Lindsey Vonn insists that her knee is "healthy at last," she might drop the slalom from her racing repertoire as she makes her way back from serious injuries.
She has won four World Cup overall championships—one of only two female skiers to do so, along with Annemarie Moser-Pröll—with three consecutive titles in 2008, 2009, and 2010, She has also won a record eight World Cup season titles in the downhill discipline (2008–2013, 2015, 2016), five titles in super-G (2009–2012, 2015), and three consecutive titles in the combined (2010–2012).The 8,000-square-foot Tuscan-inspired home sits at the... On Thursday, officials included Miller's name on a list of nominees for their 2015-16 roster. American Travis Ganong was instructed to “trust himself” during his downhill run Saturday at the world championships, so he did and earned a breakthrough silver medal, lifting the U. spirits after Bode Miller wasn't able to race because of injury. Olympic gold medal winner Bode Miller, who underwent surgery Thursday to repair a severed hamstring tendon he suffered in a crash in the men's super-G at the world championships hours earlier, says his career could be over. With the world championships less than two weeks away, Bode Miller has decided to skip the famed Hahnenkamm downhill on Saturday and take a little more time to recover from back surgery.While it remains to be seen if Bode Miller will return to racing, the U. That means Miller will arrive at Vail/Beaver Creek in early...I think people are OK with that for the most part.” Olympic Talk is on Apple News. Barely able to speak, she said afterwards: 'It's the hometown championship and I really tried as hard as I could and I just - I came up short and that's disappointing for myself and for my family and for my fans.