American Olympian and alpine ski royalty Bode Miller got a surprise memento after his most recent surgery.
Five-time Olympian Bode Miller is officially making a career switch — he’s going into the horse-racing business. But don’t worry, the 6-foot-2, 36-year-old father isn’t planning on trading in his skis to become the world’s tallest jockey. Instead, Miller is looking to become the next Bob Baffert, the renowned race horse trainer and owner who’s taken Miller […]
If your commute takes you along Clark, Damen, or Ashland, read this. Gonna be a PITA for a few months, but if you broke an axle on one of Ashland's many potholes last winter (I did!) or were forced to play Bode Miller just trying toShow More Summary
Prior to this year’s Cannes Film Festival the director Bennett Miller asserted himself as a major, stealthy talent attuned to minor-key, observant portraits of American success stories with an asterisk, a hidden price tag.
Olympic skier Bode Miller and the mother of his son, Sarah McKenna, 28, avoided a contentious custody hearing Monday in Manhattan Family Court by agreeing to a bi-coastal, shared custody schedule for the next four months.
Bode Miller should have checked his quesadilla at the door. The U.S. skiing champion was at the Masters with his wife Morgan Beck when the pair got a bit hungry. They decided to stop at Berckmans Place, a swanky hospitality venue near the course’s fifth fairway. The tent has three main restaurants, along with some
Bode Miller, a six-time Olympic medalist in ski racing, ran afoul of one of Augusta National’s rigid restrictions Thursday.
Bode Miller baby mama Sara McKenna's lawyer urged a court to ice out the Olympic skier’s request to take their son for a visit to California, saying the boy had just returned home after spending five weeks away and had trouble recognizing his mother.
Winter is over but things remain frosty in the child custody case involving Olympic skier Bode Miller and Columbia University student Sara McKenna. Miller and McKenna were unable to reach a temporary settlement Monday during a conference at New York County Family Court.
How does shelling out $3K a night to stay on an Olympic gold medalist's yacht sound? Considering that English billionaire Richard Branson's redoubtable catamaran is asking for an $110K weekly charter rate,...
Olympic skier Bode Miller, who added a bronze medal in Sochi to his pile of hardware, has just put his yacht up on AirBnb. The yacht, which can sleep up to 12 people, is currently docked in San Diego harbor. It goes for $3K a night, with a minimum of three nights. Show More Summary
Bode Miller cries during interview with Christin Cooper NBC's Christin Cooper interviewed Bode Miller in Sochi during Sunday's super-G at the 2014 Olympics. Cooper, who is a former Olympian (1982), asked Bode about his deceased brother. Again, and again, and again. Chelone Miller, 29, was found dead in his van in Mammoth Lakes, California last April. Show More Summary
Aside from a now-traditional lack of enough live coverage, pretty awful commentary, a ridiculous over-abundance of a strangely limited rotation of ads, making Bode Miller cry and Bob Costas' double eye infection, NBC did a pretty good...Show More Summary
Thanks to Google, Facebook, and the NSA, personal privacy has become almost too complicated to think about. On the one hand, we prize privacy more than ever; on the other, we throw it away.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Matt Lauer’s fish pedicure, Al Roker’s Russian lessons, Bode Miller’s defense of interviewer Christin Cooper — all helped NBC’s show edge out ABC’s Good Morning America last week. Today averaged 5.866 million viewers last week, according...Show More Summary
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) — From Mikaela Shiffrin to Bode Miller, from Mario Matt to Henrik Kristoffersen, Shiffrin, Miller Make Sochi Skiing 1 For The Ages - -
Tonight's closing ceremony marks the end of the 2014 Winter Olympics. From Bode Miller's tears to Kate Hansen's dance moves; from America's first Ice Dancing gold to Bob Costas's gold medal in freestyle pink eye; from Adelina Sotnikova's...Show More Summary
In a way, it's fitting for Bode Miller's Olympic career to end like this, if this is indeed the end. Having re-injured his knee in Wednesday's giant slalom, in which he finished 20th, the 36-year-old absented himself from the last ski race of the Sochi Olympics, today's slalom. Show More Summary
Even though some will look back and call Bode Miller's Olympic career disappointing, there is still only one American who won more career medals in the Winter Olympics, speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno, who won eight. The list of Americans who have won at least four medals in their career is surprisingly short. Show More Summary