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Will Bode Miller win a medal in Men’s Giant Slalom?

by Scott Burgess on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

American Bode Miller has a chance at a fourth medal today, Tuesday Feb 23@1:00ET, as Runs 1&2 of the Giant Slalom get underway. Both times are combined between Giant Slalom and Slalom. Runs 1&2 of the Slalom goes on Saturday Feb 27@1:00ET. Olympic oddsmakers at BODOG.com are offering odds on, Will Bode Miller win a medal in Men’s Giant Slalom? Bode Miller is listed as -500 moneyline favorite to win a medal in Men’s Giant Slalom . Be sure to get your Will Bode Miller win a medal in Men’s Giant Slalom Prediction in now at BODOG.com

Bode is thriving at the 2010 Vancouver Games because, he said, "You really get the chills. You feel the crowd. You feel all the energy. You feel the expectation. You feel everything." This Olympics has become Bode's Olympics. After seriously contemplating retirement last year, the 32-year-old American has won three medals in three races so far, including the first Olympic gold of his career. There are still two more events to come, Today's giant slalom and Saturday's slalom.  "He's back, like never before ," Silvan Zurbriggen of Switzerland said after taking the bronze to Miller's gold in Sunday's super-combined, which adds times from one downhill and one slalom. Miller has to be considered among the top contenders Tuesday, given his current form and attitude, not to mention his past success in giant slalom.

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