World Championship Sports Network (WCSN.com) provides an exclusive on-demand webcast of Bode Miller’s slalom and downhill combined win Sunday, making him the most successful U.S. ski racer with 28 World Cup victories – one more than three-time overall champion Phil Mahre. Miller also moved into second place in the overall FIS Alpine World Cup standings.
The Team America competitor initially tied the record of 27 victories in Wengen last week during the 78th Lauberhorn downhill, the longest track on the FIS Alpine World Cup. WCSN.com is the only place fans can find Miller’s record breaking performance as well as an exclusive diary from the champion himself and blog from coach John McBride.
WHAT: Bode Miller sets U.S.-record in World Cup wins at Kitzbühel.
WHEN: Miller most recent victories available now on WCSN.com .
NEXT: WCSN and WCSN.COM continue with LIVE coverage of FIS Alpine World Cup (all times ET):
Tues., Jan. 22 (Noon/2:30 p.m.) – Schladming, AUT (Men’s slalom)
Sat. Jan. 26 (6 a.m.) – Chamonix, FRA (Men’s DH)
Sun., Jan. 27 (5/8 a.m.) – Chamonix, FRA (Men’s SC)
Sat., Feb. 2 (5 a.m.) – Val d’Isere, FRA (Men’s DH)
ADDITIONAL: WCSN.com is the exclusive home of the FIS Alpine World Cup Series, broadcasting many races live. Check out WCSN.com/Skiing for the latest men’s and women’s schedules, including on-demand footage of all previous races from the 2006 — 2007, and the 2007 — 2008 seasons.