Bode Miller won the bronze medal in the men's downhill skiing competition at the Winter Olympics on Monday.
Winning the bronze is considered a major improvement compared to what happened to Miller four years ago when he was making more headlines about his late-night party habits than the events he competed in at the Winter Olympics in Italy, according to Espn.
It was a huge relief to execute and ski well," Miller said. "Obviously it would've been great to be a little faster. I was psyched. I skied hard.", according to Espn.
This was the third medal that Miller has won during his time competing at the Olympics, which makes him the most decorated downhill skier in U.S. Olympic history, according to USA Today.