Olympic Gold Medalist Skier
Career Highlights: An Olympic and World Championship gold medalist and a two-time overall World Cup champion with 33 World Cup victories, Bode Miller is considered the most successful American male alpine skier of all time. Miller has won six Olympic medals, the most by any U.S. skier, including a bronze (Super-G) in Sochi in 2014, three medals at the 2010 Vancouver games – a gold (super combined), a silver (Super G) and a bronze (downhill) and two silvers (giant slalom and combined) in the 2002 Salt Lake City games. Miller is the only ski racer in history to win five or more World Cup races in each of the five alpine disciplines. Miller’s 2008 World Cup title helped lead the U.S. ski team to sweep both the men’s and women’s (Lindsey Vonn) overall World Cup titles. He won the gold medal in both the downhill and the giant slalom at the 2006 U.S. National Championships and in 2005 won the prestigious Alpine skiing World Cup overall title. Miller has won six discipline World Cup titles including four World Championship titles in four different disciplines and one silver medal in Super-G.