Bode Miller

The Olympic gold medalist skier and his wife, a pro beach volleyball player, lost their daughter Emeline in a pool accident in June.
Bode and Morgan Miller's daughter Emeline died in June at 19 months after falling into a neighbor’s pool.
"Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this."
The Olympian-turned-NBC analyst later apologized for the "joke."
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Maybe NBC should have pulled the camera away sooner, but I don't regret that the world got to see how much Bode Miller loved and missed his little brother. His show of grief likely will help other grieving brothers and sisters with sorrow much more raw than mine.
Get four big dudes who can really sprint, cram them into one of those 12-foot-long space shuttles, and let's see if they can do a Double McTwist 1260 at 80 mph.
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Bode Miller had a reason to celebrate on Wednesday even after his Sochi Olympics ended with a tweaked knee and a 20th-place
NBC might do its viewers a favor and start focusing on the sports themselves rather than trying to drive a social media metric with some stupid shock tactic that the American public falls prey to all too easily.
In broadcast journalism making people cry is a refined skill. You lean in, lower your voice, put your hand on their forearm and talk to them like a friend.
With the interview having become perhaps the most talked about aspect of the day in Sochi, NBC addressed the backlash in
After the interview, there has been a firestorm of criticism aimed at Christin Cooper with the general consensus that she was going to keep pressing Miller until he cried on the air.
@MillerBode @fangsbites agreed, Bode. It wasn't her fault. It was the fault of @NBCOlympics producers. She was being told
When they win, we win. When they struggle, we struggle. From the comfort of our homes, we get to see the best of being human. They remind us of who we are and who we hope to be. For a moment, we get to share their journey and their victory.