ADELBODEN, Switzerland (AP) — Bode Miller has been cleared to race in all five Alpine events at the Sochi Olympics, including defending his super-combined title.
The International Ski Federation clarified its qualification rules after confusion this week about whether some top racers had achieved enough results.
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FIS men's race director Guenter Hujara says Miller's status on the injury list throughout last season was taken into consideration.
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Hujara says the five-time Olympic medalist is also qualified for giant slalom and slalom.
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Miller had already qualified in downhill and super-G, where he won bronze and silver, respectively, four years ago.
The 36-year-old American will compete in World Cup GS and slalom races this weekend.