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Bode Miller's Winter Games

Bode Miller’s Winter Games
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This season, I hired a coach who was a coach of mine since I first made the U.S. Ski Team. He left to spend more time with his family, but I hired him to do my dry-land training program during the winter. I always come into the season really strong — my training during the fall is as good as anyone’s in the world for getting me ready to win races. But it drops off once the season starts. I don’t have the facilities any more. I don’t have the equipment I need. It all goes by the wayside. The last five years I’ve always had a slump in January. And I’m taking on a personal assistant who’ll help me with the media.

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