Bode Miller

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With bronze, Bode Miller joins elite group

17 February 2014 | 5:11 am KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — This medal mattered to Bode Miller.

Bode Miller salvages trying '14 Games with bronze medal

17 February 2014 | 5:07 am SOCHI, Russia — The last time Bode Miller failed to medal at the Winter Olympics, he took his younger brother, Chelone, to Dubai. They spent a week and a half there, playing golf and basically just keeping Miller's mind off skiing.

Tearful Bode Miller shares intimate moment with wife Morgan as he secures bronze to become oldest ever Olympic Alpine …

17 February 2014 | 2:54 am An emotional Bode Miller has become the oldest ever Olympic Alpine medalist after he tied for bronze in a thrilling men's super-G race at the Sochi Olympics on Sunday.

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18 June 2010 | 2:42 pm Total Skiing Total Skiing (Paperback)By Chris Fellows Buy new: $18.0682 used and new from $8.09 Customer Rating: 4.7 Customer tags: ski(4), ski lessons(4), exercise(3), fitness(3), downhill(3), photography(2), olympics(2), photography book(2), downhill skiing(2), lindsey vonn(2), outdoors(2), bode miller(2)

Bode Miller gets emotional in post-race interview –

17 February 2014 | 4:06 am A post-race interview asked Bode Miller about his brother, causing him to become emotional.

NBC reporter badgers Bode Miller about dead brother till he cries …

17 February 2014 | 3:10 am Feb 16, 2014; Krasnaya Polyana, RUSSIA; Bode Miller (USA) cries with his wife Morgan Beck Miller after competing in men's alpine skiing super-G during the.

2014 Winter Olympics results: Andrew Weibrecht, Bode Miller win …

16 February 2014 | 9:53 pm There weren't a ton of medals up for grabs on Sunday, but Team USA did well for itself in men's skiing as Andrew Weibrecht and Bode Miller took home the silver and bronze medal, respectively, in the Super-G. The United


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Bode Miller Olympic and World Championship gold medalist's Pre Owned K2 Skis.

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  • Harrison says:

    Ski Mitten Recommendations? Hi, I’m a guy that loves skiing. I live in Michigan and go skiing frequently (even though our ski hills aren’t the best). This winter has been really cold and my hands end up practically going numb after an hour of skiing. Right now I have Spyder Over web Gore-tex gloves with some cheap glove liners.

    Anyways, I really want to invest in a pair of warm mittens (not gloves) for skiing that will keep my hands warm and dry on the slopes. My price range is around $50-$100. I don’t have any more specifications as long as they’re good quality.

    If you guys have any suggestions that would be great!


    • Curator says:

      Look up different models by Hestra.

      Back when I raced, I used to use Reusch mittens. $199 gloves that lasted me 13 years. I actually thought Reusch died out as I never ever saw anyone else use them. Zoom in on Bode Millers racing gloves and guess what brand he has! (Reusch!)

      However, now I ride Hestra. They have several different material types, finger configurations, and purpose. I personally use the heli-3 style which is kind of a combo mitten/glove. Individual slots for thumb and pointer figure, but your other 3 fingers are together as if in a mitten. Very warm. I used them over near years up north where the actual temp was -11. Wind chill was -40ish. Hands were warm.

      You can get them where it is just a gortex style cloth cover, or you can get hybrid cloth/leather, to full leather. Large cuff, medium cuff, or straight glove. I believe you can also get some of them that are outfitted with the Leki trigger grip system, but not 100% sure on that.

      My Reusch mittens were full blown mitten, but now using the Hestra Heli 3, I like having my pointer finger off to use. Makes communication with friends easier for pointing, and just increases dexterity as a whole. If your hands get cold in these things, you probably shouldn’t be outside anyways! (I think an actual temp of -11 to -15 is probably my limit, but I did it for 9hrs!)

    • Curator says:

      Why would that matter? DIN is rider specific and based on height/weight/ability.

      6’2 200lbs, is normally a 6-8 depending on ability. Since he is world class, probably closer to 8-10.

      Either way, DIN setting isn’t something you want to “copy the pros” with as if you do you might end up leaving the slopes without any of the ligaments in your knees intact. Always go by what YOU need the DIN setting to be based on your height/weight/ability.

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