Bode Miller misses World Cup downhill victory in Chamonix by the smallest of margins

Missed it by THAT much!

Bode's reaction after falling just short.

Actually, it might have less than THAT much in the case of Bode Miller in today’s (Feb. 3) World Cup Downhill race in Chamonix, France. The American superstar ran second to Austrian Klaus Kroell by a hundredth of a second.

For his part, after the race Miller told reporters  “a hundredth is somewhere out there,”  referring to how slender the margin of victory was. Despite the close call, it was a still a good day for Americans and Canadians. Read more.

SATURDAY, FEB. 4: The Canadian team placed three racers in the top five, with Jan Hudec taking the victory in the weekend’s second downhill in Chamonix, France. Bode Miller finished eighth. Read how it happened.

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