Miller has surgery for torn hamstring tendon, out for worlds

6th February, 2015 by

AP Sports Writer

BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — For a second straight world championships, a bad crash knocked out a big-name U.S. skier. In this case, with Bode Miller, it might just have been his last race. The six-time Olympic medalist had surgery to fix a torn right hamstring tendon after his ski appeared to deeply slice him when he wiped out in a super-G race Thursday. He was working his way back from surgery in November to fix a herniated disk and competing in his first event of the season. Lindsey Vonn knows his pain all too well. Two years ago at worlds …

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