Bode Miller reaches podium in Combined at World Cup, but calls effort ‘frustrating’

Combined winner Ivica Kostelic, center, with second-place finisher Beat Feaz and Bode Miller (right)

The beat goes on for Beat Feaz. The budding Swiss superstar won a World Cup Downhill on Saturday (Jan. 14) in front of his countrymen in Wengen, Switzerland. American Bode Miller raced well for the second straight day, but a miscue cost him time and landed him in fifth. Read more.

Jan. 13: Good news and bad news for Bode Miller, who placed third in Combined on Friday (Jan. 13) in Wengen, Switzerland.

The good would be the podium finish, his third already this season. But the bad was his mood afterward, when he described his slalom run as “extremely frustrating” and bemoaned his effort in the slalom portion of the competition. Read what he said in Ski Racing Magazine.

World Cup competition for the men continues this weekend with downhill and slalom races. Check back here for updates.

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