Miller finishes on podium for fifth straight time
BEAVER CREEK, Colo. -- American Bode Miller won a men's World Cup Alpine skiing downhill Friday, a phenomenal fourth win in five races.
Miller, who took the first World Cup downhill victory of his career in Canada last weekend, plunged down Beaver Creek's Birds of Prey piste to beat compatriot Daron Rahlves by 0.16 of a second, the first 1-2 finish for U.S. men in a World Cup downhill.
"It's about time," Rahlves said. "It's what we wanted -- both of us on the podium."
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