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Bode Miller: From Whipping Boy to Golden Boy.


He was the epitome of everything that's wrong in sports during the 2006 Olympics in Turin, Italy. But now Bode Miller can add Olympic Gold Medal winner to his resume. Miller won the gold in the men's super combined event on Sunday.
Miller's reckless attitude and partying got the thumbs down by the media in 2006. His disastrous performance in the games didn't help either. That's pretty much yesterday's news now. Miller's 2010 Olympic record now includes a gold, a silver, and a bronze.
Just some advice for Miller: Don't let strange women use your medal as a chew toy like Scotty Lago did. That's still frowned upon.

(via Atlanta-Journal Constitution)


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He was the epitome of everything that's wrong in sports during the 2006 Olympics in Turin, Italy. But now Bode Miller can add Olympic Gold Medal winner to his resume. Miller won the gold in the men's super combined event on Sunday.
Miller's reckless attitude and partying got the thumbs down by the media in 2006. His disastrous performance in the games didn't help either. That's pretty much yesterday's news now. Miller's 2010 Olympic record now includes a gold, a silver, and a bronze.
Just some advice for Miller: Don't let strange women use your medal as a chew toy like Scotty Lago did. That's still frowned upon.

(via Atlanta-Journal Constitution)



Posted originally: 2010-02-21 17:12:00
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