Bode Miller a study in vacillation after downhill disappointment

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Bode Miller a study in vacillation after downhill disappointment
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KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia -- At 9:07 Sunday morning, Bode Miller arrived at the bottom of the Olympic downhill course, having completed his pre-race course inspection in just under seven minutes, which is exceptionally fast, even for the mercurial Miller. (By comparison, two-time World Cup overall champion Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway took nearly 40 minutes to study the track).

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