With six Olympic and five World Championship medals, 33 World Cup wins, 79 podiums and two World Cup overall globes, Bode Miller is easily the most successful male alpine skier in U.S. history. Through his career Miller encouraged innovation and inspired generations of fans across the world through his brave, risk-taking style.
Miller is one of only a handful of skiers to have won World Cup events in every discipline, from slalom to downhill. Winning bronze in the super-G at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, Miller added to his extensive list of records by becoming the oldest Alpine skiing medallist in the history of the Games.
Outside of his professional ski racing, Bode is a keen sportsman. He is also engaged in supporting youth and adaptive sports programmes, through his non-profit Turtle Ridge Foundation.
Miller was inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 2018, who recognised his role in revolutionizing the ski world with his unprecedented success.