He is 6 feet, 2 inches tall.(1.88 m)
Bode Miller: Kids dropping out of sports, becoming overweight and generally being unhappy, is I believe a result of having success defined for them, and success measured by the very best people.
Obviously that's the success that ends up filtering down to those kids and they start to realize when they're 8, 9, 10 years old that if they can't win, they shouldn't play sports, and I think that's an unbelievably unhealthy attitude for sports, for parents, for kids. I think we're facing the wrath right now of years of doing that.
Bode Miller: Fame is like a poison. I don't care for it. I used to have a better life when I was nobody. This pressure is inhumane, born out of an athlete's need to be number one. Sport should be a pleasure, a challenge against one's self. Sport is an act of freedom. On the piste you can push your limits and that is the essence of life.
(Feb. 2006 interview with Gazzetta dello Sport)