Bode Miller's net worth as a competitive ski racer has steadily risen over the past decade as he continues climbing up the ranks in many tournaments and competitions.
A testament of his dedication to his sport, Bode Miller's net worth has gained weight after grabbing two World Cup championships and five Olympic gold medalists in several skiing disciplines.
Bode Miller's net worth got its jumpstart when he gained widespread recognition after winning two silver medals at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in the giant slalom and combined events. However, Miller has already gained many skiing fans when he made his debut in the international scene at 18 years old in 1996.
Miller's net worth continued increasing over the next several years. Known for his reckless style, Miller became famous for risking crashes to increase his chances of winning a given race.
Bode Miller remains one of most successful male American alpine ski racer of all time, holding the most World Cup victories with 33 and being one of the five men to win World Cup events in all five disciplines.
In November 2004, Bode Miller became the 5th and last man to sweep the World Cup, winning in all five disciplines which included slalom, Super-G, giant slalom, downhill and combined. Miller's net worth continues to gain traction due to the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games where he is representing the U.S. in the downhill race.
So how much is this highly successful ski racer worth? CelebrityNetWorth says Bode Miller's net worth is US$8 million.