BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — Bode Miller’s no longer being held back by a herniated disk. He’s cleared himself to race again.
Just in time for the world championships, too, which was his target all along after undergoing surgery in November.
The six-time Olympic medalist hopes to compete in the super-G, downhill and possibly even the super-combined. First, though, U.S. men’s coach Sasha Rearick has to pick him for one of the team’s spots in each of the events.
Doesn’t sound like that’s going to be much of an issue.