5 Things You Didn't Know About Bode Miller

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Bode Miller

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Bode Miller

Bode is an absolute savage.

Although, the US Ski Team star is constantly being placed in the limelight, Bode’s roots are as humble as they are unique. Here are 5 things you didn’t know about Bode Miller courtesy of teamusa.org.

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5 Interesting Facts About Bode Miller

#1. He is the most decorated U.S. skier in Olympic history, with six medals. Long track speedskater Bonnie Blair also has six. Only short track speedskater Apolo Ohno has more, with eight.

#2. Born Samuel Bode Miller, he grew up with his family in the mountains of northern New Hampshire without electricity or indoor plumbing.

#3. Miller grew up playing tennis and soccer. He was a singles champion in high school.

#4. While skiing down the headwall of a ravine on Mount Washington in New Hampshire at 13, he triggered an avalanche, and barely made it out alive.

#5. Bode once stomped a 360 during a race.

To see the entire list, click here: Think You Know Bode Miller? 38 Facts You Might Not Know

 

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