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2010 US Alpine Ski Team
April 21, 2010
Bode Miller is an American Alpine Skier who in 2008, won his second overall World Cup title in four years, after also winning the title in 2005. This led the United States to sweep the men's and women's overall World Cup titles for the first time in 25 years.
In 2005, Bode became the first American in 22 years to win the overall title, since Phil Mahre and Tamara McKinney in 1983. Earlier during his championship season, with a victory on November 28, 2004, he became only the fifth man to win World Cup races in all five disciplines: slalom, giant slalom, Super-G, downhill, and combined. With 31 World Cup victories, he is the most successful American alpine skier of all time.
He is also a four-time World Champion in four different disciplines and has a pair of silver medals from the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Most currently, he made the US team for the 2010 Winter Olympics in late 2009. In his first race, Miller won a bronze medal in the Vancouver Olympics downhill, the first American on the downhill Olympic podium since Tommy Moe in 1994. Miller's bronze medal time was 1:54.40, nine hundredths of a second behind gold medalist Didier Defago, and two hundredths behind Aksel Lund Svindal, who took the silver; the time difference between the gold and bronze medals was the smallest in Olympic downhill history. He then won silver in the Super G, giving him four Olympic medals, more than any other American Alpine skier. On February 21, 2010, he won his first Olympic gold medal in the super combined.