Bode Miller Victorious at the Italian Classic

December 29th, 2007

At the Italian Classic in Bormio, Italy, Bode Miller was able to clinch his first World Cup victory of the season, in the Downhill. The Head Racer Miller impressively charged his way down the incredibly challenging Stelvio Run flawlessly, to give himself a place on top of the podium. Andreas Buder of Austria was also able to perform in his run, resulting in a 2nd Place finish, which helped to round out a powerful presentation in Italy for the Head Racing Team.

Miller in another League
Bode Miller is certainly accustomed to such calculations. In Bormio the America Head Athlete showed complete domination in his masterfully skied run, which resulted in his first victory of the season and a finish time of 2:00.57 that was only 45 hundredths of a second ahead of Andreas Buder.

Buder a long time on the podium
Millers Head colleague Andreas Buder was in the 9th starting position for his run, and posted a time of 2:01.02 that lead all other racers prior to Millers finish, and resulted in a double-victory party for the two Head Racers. Still to mention is the fact that the Head Racer Didier Cuche was only 11 hundredths of a second away from making it three Head racers celebrating a top the podium.