It took him four events, but Bode Miller finally got his medal if barely. By tying Jan Hudec of Canada, Bode Miler got a bronze in the Super G.
The event was won by Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud with a time of 1:18.14. Andrew Weibrecht of Lake Placid, N.Y. received a well-deserved silver medal with his 1:18.34 time putting him only three tenths of a second behind Jansurd. Mller and Hudec -- who has an interesting backstory of his own, defecting from Czechoslovakia as an infant -- finished at 1:18.67, .53 behind the winner.
Miller has become something of a celebrity for his candid interviews and New England pride, and this is his second gold medal after winning the Super Combined event at Vancouver 2010. He also received a silver medal and a bronze at the past Olympics in the Super G and Downhill, respectively. This was after his coming-out party with two silver medals and a Nike campaign in Salt Lake City 2002. For Weibrecht's part, he received a bronze medal in the Super G in 2010.
The full results for the race can be found here.