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One of the most accomplished American skiers of all time, as well as one of our personal favorites, Bode Miller says that he is leaning  toward retirement following his World Championships super-G crash on Thursday

During his World Cup career Miller has racked up 8 titles (2 overall, 2 super-G, 1 giant slalom, 3 combined), 33 wins and 79 podiums. Miller is also one of the most successful alpine ski racers in Olympic history. He participated in five Winter Olympics, from 1998 through 2014. Miller had 19 starts in all five alpine disciplines and won six medals, including one gold in the super combined event in 2010. He is the only American ski racer in history to win medals at three different Olympics.

The full interview with Miller will air during coverage of the World Alpine Skiing Championships men’s downhill on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC and NBC Sports Live Extra (full broadcast schedule here).

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