|2 medals, strong emotions for Miller, Weibrecht|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — This medal mattered to Bode Miller.
Not so much because, at 36, his bronze in Sunday’s super-G — behind winner Kjetil Jansrud and surprise runner-up Andrew Weibrecht — makes Miller the oldest Alpine medalist in Olympic history. Or even because he now owns six medals in all, the second-highest total for a male ski racer and tied for second among U.S. Winter Olympians in any sport.
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