Bode Miller, the most decorated skier in U.S. Olympic history, makes his Olympic broadcasting debut with NBC Olympics as part of its alpine skiing coverage during the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
Miller currently works as an analyst on NBC Sports’ alpine skiing coverage on NBC, NBCSN and Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA.
Miller, who debuted at the Olympics in 1998 at age 20, retired with six Olympic medals, tied for the second-most Winter Olympic medals among Americans. He also won world championships in four different disciplines and a pair of World Cup overall titles.
“It’s going to be an interesting feeling to be at my first Olympics since 1998 and not be racing. I am looking forward to calling the races with Dan and drawing some inspiration from Olympic-level ski racing that I’ve been able to enjoy the past 20 years, and watching the next generation of racers arrive at the peak of their four-year journeys to the Olympics.” –Miller
- Making NBC Olympics debut in PyeongChang
- Only American to compete in alpine skiing at five Olympics, winning a U.S. skiing record six Olympic medals (bronze at the 2014 Sochi Olympics; gold, silver, and bronze at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics; two silvers at the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics)
- Two-time overall World Cup champion (2005 and 2008)
- Won four gold medals in World Championships — second-most by an American alpine skier (Ted Ligety: 5)
- Miller made his broadcast debut in December 2015 as a commentator on NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the “Birds of Prey” World Cup alpine skiing event from Beaver Creek Resort in Beaver Creek, Colo.